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HUGVIE - A Human Pillow Mobile Phone Holder Engineers at the Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International (ATR) said they worked on the principle that people feel closer to whomever they are speaking when two or more senses are engaged, such as hearing and touch. "Hugvie is a simple device that uses voice and tactile senses. It creates a strong sense that the user is hugging the other person, a feeling that cannot be attained via mobile phones," ATR and its collaborators Kyoto Nishikawa and industrial materials maker Toyobo said. And it actually is rooted in science: research has shown that physical contact with a simple, inanimate object decreased levels of cortisol, the hormone associated with stress. The Hugvie - a portmanteau of "hug" and the French word for "life" - measures 80 centimetres by 55 centimetres (31 inches by 21 inches), and will sell for 10,000 yen ($80) in Japan when it goes on sale in September.

HUGVIE - A Human Pillow Mobile Phone Holder Engineers at the Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International (ATR) said they worked on the principle that people feel closer to whomever they are speaking when two or more senses are engaged, such as hearing and touch. "Hugvie is a simple device that uses voice and tactile senses. It creates a strong sense that the user is hugging the other person, a feeling that cannot be attained via mobile phones," ATR and its collaborators Kyoto Nishikawa and industrial materials maker Toyobo said. And it actually is rooted in science: research has shown that physical contact with a simple, inanimate object decreased levels of cortisol, the hormone associated with stress. The Hugvie - a portmanteau of "hug" and the French word for "life" - measures 80 centimetres by 55 centimetres (31 inches by 21 inches), and will sell for 10,000 yen ($80) in Japan when it goes on sale in September.

HUGVIE - A Human Pillow Mobile Phone Holder Engineers at the Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International (ATR) said they worked on the principle that people feel closer to whomever they are speaking when two or more senses are engaged, such as hearing and touch. "Hugvie is a simple device that uses voice and tactile senses. It creates a strong sense that the user is hugging the other person, a feeling that cannot be attained via mobile phones," ATR and its collaborators Kyoto Nishikawa and industrial materials maker Toyobo said. And it actually is rooted in science: research has shown that physical contact with a simple, inanimate object decreased levels of cortisol, the hormone associated with stress. The Hugvie - a portmanteau of "hug" and the French word for "life" - measures 80 centimetres by 55 centimetres (31 inches by 21 inches), and will sell for 10,000 yen ($80) in Japan when it goes on sale in September.

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... Google I/O ... Every year, the Google faithful from around the world gather in San Francisco to hear what’s next for everybody’s favorite monolithic tech giant at Google I/O. To get in, you need to buy a ticket, but said tickets usually sell out within minutes. Google will be changing that this year. Sundar Pichai took to Google Plus on Wednesday to announce that Google I/O would be returning to the Moscone Center on June 25. The event will run until the next day and will once again be live streamed all around the world to individuals and Google I/O Extended community events. Interestingly enough, Google will be doing away with its first come first serve ticket sales system this year. In previous years, Google has had to put up with complaints from developers who encountered errors and problems that prevented them from obtaining tickets despite them being on the Web site as soon as it opened. Google has also had to contend with scalpers that buy tickets in bulk and sell them back to developers at double or triple the original cost.

... Google I/O ... Every year, the Google faithful from around the world gather in San Francisco to hear what’s next for everybody’s favorite monolithic tech giant at Google I/O. To get in, you need to buy a ticket, but said tickets usually sell out within minutes. Google will be changing that this year. Sundar Pichai took to Google Plus on Wednesday to announce that Google I/O would be returning to the Moscone Center on June 25. The event will run until the next day and will once again be live streamed all around the world to individuals and Google I/O Extended community events. Interestingly enough, Google will be doing away with its first come first serve ticket sales system this year. In previous years, Google has had to put up with complaints from developers who encountered errors and problems that prevented them from obtaining tickets despite them being on the Web site as soon as it opened. Google has also had to contend with scalpers that buy tickets in bulk and sell them back to developers at double or triple the original cost.

... Google I/O ... Every year, the Google faithful from around the world gather in San Francisco to hear what’s next for everybody’s favorite monolithic tech giant at Google I/O. To get in, you need to buy a ticket, but said tickets usually sell out within minutes. Google will be changing that this year. Sundar Pichai took to Google Plus on Wednesday to announce that Google I/O would be returning to the Moscone Center on June 25. The event will run until the next day and will once again be live streamed all around the world to individuals and Google I/O Extended community events. Interestingly enough, Google will be doing away with its first come first serve ticket sales system this year. In previous years, Google has had to put up with complaints from developers who encountered errors and problems that prevented them from obtaining tickets despite them being on the Web site as soon as it opened. Google has also had to contend with scalpers that buy tickets in bulk and sell them back to developers at double or triple the original cost.

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... Apple sold more than 3,000 miles of iPhones in Q1 2014 ... As back in April, Apple sold a total of 43.7 million iPhones during the first quarter of 2014. Most of the iPhones sold by Apple last quarter were 5s and 5c models. We can assume that the average length of all iPhones during the quarter was about 4.8 inches, since the iPhone 5s is 4.87 inches long, the iPhone 5c is 4.90 inches. If we multiply 4.8 inches by 43.7 million, we get 209,760,000 inches, thus 3,310 miles (5,327 km). That’s the distance that you’d cover by putting all the iPhones sold last quarter head to head. It’s more than the distance from New York to Los Angeles (about 2,808 miles), or from Miami to Seattle (about 3,297 miles).

... Apple sold more than 3,000 miles of iPhones in Q1 2014 ... As back in April, Apple sold a total of 43.7 million iPhones during the first quarter of 2014. Most of the iPhones sold by Apple last quarter were 5s and 5c models. We can assume that the average length of all iPhones during the quarter was about 4.8 inches, since the iPhone 5s is 4.87 inches long, the iPhone 5c is 4.90 inches. If we multiply 4.8 inches by 43.7 million, we get 209,760,000 inches, thus 3,310 miles (5,327 km). That’s the distance that you’d cover by putting all the iPhones sold last quarter head to head. It’s more than the distance from New York to Los Angeles (about 2,808 miles), or from Miami to Seattle (about 3,297 miles).

... Apple sold more than 3,000 miles of iPhones in Q1 2014 ... As back in April, Apple sold a total of 43.7 million iPhones during the first quarter of 2014. Most of the iPhones sold by Apple last quarter were 5s and 5c models. We can assume that the average length of all iPhones during the quarter was about 4.8 inches, since the iPhone 5s is 4.87 inches long, the iPhone 5c is 4.90 inches. If we multiply 4.8 inches by 43.7 million, we get 209,760,000 inches, thus 3,310 miles (5,327 km). That’s the distance that you’d cover by putting all the iPhones sold last quarter head to head. It’s more than the distance from New York to Los Angeles (about 2,808 miles), or from Miami to Seattle (about 3,297 miles).

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... Boeing’s Black Phone Can Self Destruct ... A new smartphone from Boeing has been designed to protect your data and comes with the ability to self-destruct if tampered with. Over the course of the last 36 months Boeing has been developing what it calls Black, a super secure smartphone. Running on an Android platform, the tamper-resistant phone has the ability to access multiple cell networks and will operate on the WCDMA, GSM and LTE frequency bands.

... Boeing’s Black Phone Can Self Destruct ... A new smartphone from Boeing has been designed to protect your data and comes with the ability to self-destruct if tampered with. Over the course of the last 36 months Boeing has been developing what it calls Black, a super secure smartphone. Running on an Android platform, the tamper-resistant phone has the ability to access multiple cell networks and will operate on the WCDMA, GSM and LTE frequency bands.

... Boeing’s Black Phone Can Self Destruct ... A new smartphone from Boeing has been designed to protect your data and comes with the ability to self-destruct if tampered with. Over the course of the last 36 months Boeing has been developing what it calls Black, a super secure smartphone. Running on an Android platform, the tamper-resistant phone has the ability to access multiple cell networks and will operate on the WCDMA, GSM and LTE frequency bands.

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... MICROSOFT REVEALS DIRECTX 12 AT GDC ... Microsoft unveiled the next iteration of their graphics API, DirectX 12, during a talk at this week’s Game Developer’s Conference in San Francisco. One of the key enhancements highlighted in DirectX 12 focuses on maximizing performance. According to Microsoft’s DirectX blog, DirectX 12 makes it easier for developers to spread computing tasks across multiple CPU cores, allowing for a “50 percent improvement in PC utilization,” based on 3DMark benchmarks running a DirectX 12 test.

... MICROSOFT REVEALS DIRECTX 12 AT GDC ... Microsoft unveiled the next iteration of their graphics API, DirectX 12, during a talk at this week’s Game Developer’s Conference in San Francisco. One of the key enhancements highlighted in DirectX 12 focuses on maximizing performance. According to Microsoft’s DirectX blog, DirectX 12 makes it easier for developers to spread computing tasks across multiple CPU cores, allowing for a “50 percent improvement in PC utilization,” based on 3DMark benchmarks running a DirectX 12 test.

... MICROSOFT REVEALS DIRECTX 12 AT GDC ... Microsoft unveiled the next iteration of their graphics API, DirectX 12, during a talk at this week’s Game Developer’s Conference in San Francisco. One of the key enhancements highlighted in DirectX 12 focuses on maximizing performance. According to Microsoft’s DirectX blog, DirectX 12 makes it easier for developers to spread computing tasks across multiple CPU cores, allowing for a “50 percent improvement in PC utilization,” based on 3DMark benchmarks running a DirectX 12 test.

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... Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) ... This technology improves safety by allowing vehicles to ‘talk’ to each other and exchange basic safety data, such as speed, position and projected path, ten times per second. The DOT announcement includes ‘multiple layers of security and privacy protection’. Intelligent Transport Systems Australia (ITS Australia) has commented on the United States Government announcement that it will begin taking steps to enable vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication technology for light vehicles.

... Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) ... This technology improves safety by allowing vehicles to ‘talk’ to each other and exchange basic safety data, such as speed, position and projected path, ten times per second. The DOT announcement includes ‘multiple layers of security and privacy protection’. Intelligent Transport Systems Australia (ITS Australia) has commented on the United States Government announcement that it will begin taking steps to enable vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication technology for light vehicles.

... Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) ... This technology improves safety by allowing vehicles to ‘talk’ to each other and exchange basic safety data, such as speed, position and projected path, ten times per second. The DOT announcement includes ‘multiple layers of security and privacy protection’. Intelligent Transport Systems Australia (ITS Australia) has commented on the United States Government announcement that it will begin taking steps to enable vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication technology for light vehicles.

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Must have Free Android Apps : 1. Carbon for Twitter Carbon puts all your Twitter content on one front page. 2. Gmail Gmail is a no-brainer for email service on your phone. Manage multiple accounts and label conversations from within the mobile app. 3. Maps iOS users know the Apple Maps app is still sitting in a folder somewhere, taking up space. Android users don't have that drama. 4. Flipboard Flipboard collects the news from your social timelines into a clean, intuitive magazine experience customized to your interests. A new bookmarklet lets you add new content from your browser. 5. Chrome We can't overstate the awesomeness of syncing tabs between desktop and mobile, with Chrome. 6. Drive If you ever need to take down some notes on the go, Drive ensures they'll be waiting for you in the cloud later. 7. Dropbox Automatically sync your photos, documents and videos across all devices -- including your phone -- when you save an item to your Dropbox account. 8. ES File Explorer ES File Explorer functions as several apps in one: a file manager, application manager, task killer and a cloud storage service (it syncs with Drive, Dropbox and more). 9. Evernote You can use Evernote to do anything: Plan your day, make wishlists, save recipes, write notes for later and more. People are still finding creative uses for it. You should take it everywhere. 10. Goodreads Join a community of more than 8 million readers and draw from an enormous catalogue of suggested books. 11. Meme Generator Choose from more than 500 meme pic options, including Bad Luck Brian, "Brace Yourselves" Ned Stark, Good Guy Greg, Ridiculously Photogenic Guy, Bear Grylls, Conspiracy Keanu and Condescending Wonka. Y U NO MAKE MOAR MEMES??!? 12. Temple Run 2 Did you know Temple Run 2 updates with new obstacles? That means it's easier than ever to get frustrated in your free time. 13. Snapseed If Instagram isn't enough for you, Snapseed is more advanced photo editing software for your phone or tablet.

Must have Free Android Apps : 1. Carbon for Twitter Carbon puts all your Twitter content on one front page. 2. Gmail Gmail is a no-brainer for email service on your phone. Manage multiple accounts and label conversations from within the mobile app. 3. Maps iOS users know the Apple Maps app is still sitting in a folder somewhere, taking up space. Android users don't have that drama. 4. Flipboard Flipboard collects the news from your social timelines into a clean, intuitive magazine experience customized to your interests. A new bookmarklet lets you add new content from your browser. 5. Chrome We can't overstate the awesomeness of syncing tabs between desktop and mobile, with Chrome. 6. Drive If you ever need to take down some notes on the go, Drive ensures they'll be waiting for you in the cloud later. 7. Dropbox Automatically sync your photos, documents and videos across all devices -- including your phone -- when you save an item to your Dropbox account. 8. ES File Explorer ES File Explorer functions as several apps in one: a file manager, application manager, task killer and a cloud storage service (it syncs with Drive, Dropbox and more). 9. Evernote You can use Evernote to do anything: Plan your day, make wishlists, save recipes, write notes for later and more. People are still finding creative uses for it. You should take it everywhere. 10. Goodreads Join a community of more than 8 million readers and draw from an enormous catalogue of suggested books. 11. Meme Generator Choose from more than 500 meme pic options, including Bad Luck Brian, "Brace Yourselves" Ned Stark, Good Guy Greg, Ridiculously Photogenic Guy, Bear Grylls, Conspiracy Keanu and Condescending Wonka. Y U NO MAKE MOAR MEMES??!? 12. Temple Run 2 Did you know Temple Run 2 updates with new obstacles? That means it's easier than ever to get frustrated in your free time. 13. Snapseed If Instagram isn't enough for you, Snapseed is more advanced photo editing software for your phone or tablet.

Must have Free Android Apps : 1. Carbon for Twitter Carbon puts all your Twitter content on one front page. 2. Gmail Gmail is a no-brainer for email service on your phone. Manage multiple accounts and label conversations from within the mobile app. 3. Maps iOS users know the Apple Maps app is still sitting in a folder somewhere, taking up space. Android users don't have that drama. 4. Flipboard Flipboard collects the news from your social timelines into a clean, intuitive magazine experience customized to your interests. A new bookmarklet lets you add new content from your browser. 5. Chrome We can't overstate the awesomeness of syncing tabs between desktop and mobile, with Chrome. 6. Drive If you ever need to take down some notes on the go, Drive ensures they'll be waiting for you in the cloud later. 7. Dropbox Automatically sync your photos, documents and videos across all devices -- including your phone -- when you save an item to your Dropbox account. 8. ES File Explorer ES File Explorer functions as several apps in one: a file manager, application manager, task killer and a cloud storage service (it syncs with Drive, Dropbox and more). 9. Evernote You can use Evernote to do anything: Plan your day, make wishlists, save recipes, write notes for later and more. People are still finding creative uses for it. You should take it everywhere. 10. Goodreads Join a community of more than 8 million readers and draw from an enormous catalogue of suggested books. 11. Meme Generator Choose from more than 500 meme pic options, including Bad Luck Brian, "Brace Yourselves" Ned Stark, Good Guy Greg, Ridiculously Photogenic Guy, Bear Grylls, Conspiracy Keanu and Condescending Wonka. Y U NO MAKE MOAR MEMES??!? 12. Temple Run 2 Did you know Temple Run 2 updates with new obstacles? That means it's easier than ever to get frustrated in your free time. 13. Snapseed If Instagram isn't enough for you, Snapseed is more advanced photo editing software for your phone or tablet.

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State-of-the-Art vinyl records..!! With the toll of modern technology, the classical turntables and vinyl records have actually been pushed into a musical past, except for some hi-tech options for sound engineers. For some, the old way of using records and the personal turntable still retains most of it's charm even in today's times. We saw plenty of them as we listed the most expensive turntables. Now for those who prefer blending the modern age with the old world charm, TechDAS has created the Air Force One turntable, that brings the most modern technology to reproduce the same old audio charm once again. From paying attention to the final reproduction of sound by looking into issues like the elimination of unnecessary vibration and resonance, and absolute rotational accuracy, the looks of this thing certainly seems to match the high grade sound engineering principles inside. The price tag attached is $79,500 for each.

State-of-the-Art vinyl records..!! With the toll of modern technology, the classical turntables and vinyl records have actually been pushed into a musical past, except for some hi-tech options for sound engineers. For some, the old way of using records and the personal turntable still retains most of it's charm even in today's times. We saw plenty of them as we listed the most expensive turntables. Now for those who prefer blending the modern age with the old world charm, TechDAS has created the Air Force One turntable, that brings the most modern technology to reproduce the same old audio charm once again. From paying attention to the final reproduction of sound by looking into issues like the elimination of unnecessary vibration and resonance, and absolute rotational accuracy, the looks of this thing certainly seems to match the high grade sound engineering principles inside. The price tag attached is $79,500 for each.

State-of-the-Art vinyl records..!! With the toll of modern technology, the classical turntables and vinyl records have actually been pushed into a musical past, except for some hi-tech options for sound engineers. For some, the old way of using records and the personal turntable still retains most of it's charm even in today's times. We saw plenty of them as we listed the most expensive turntables. Now for those who prefer blending the modern age with the old world charm, TechDAS has created the Air Force One turntable, that brings the most modern technology to reproduce the same old audio charm once again. From paying attention to the final reproduction of sound by looking into issues like the elimination of unnecessary vibration and resonance, and absolute rotational accuracy, the looks of this thing certainly seems to match the high grade sound engineering principles inside. The price tag attached is $79,500 for each.

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EIGHT devices in one! Lucid Design has come up with something that we are generally accustomed to think of as some extraterrestrial tech or some Sci-Fi movie flick. LifeHub by Lucid Design is in its truest sense, the confluence of multiple technologies that marks the beginning of a new era and annihilates many other technologies. Amazingly, this one compact gadget boasts the abilities of seven different devices. LifeHub includes eight, yes EIGHT, devices in one! A projector, a Bluetooth speaker, a wallet, a key, a headset, a smartphone and a watch in one! Your desire to own LifeHub will be greater than your desire to own an iPhone!

EIGHT devices in one! Lucid Design has come up with something that we are generally accustomed to think of as some extraterrestrial tech or some Sci-Fi movie flick. LifeHub by Lucid Design is in its truest sense, the confluence of multiple technologies that marks the beginning of a new era and annihilates many other technologies. Amazingly, this one compact gadget boasts the abilities of seven different devices. LifeHub includes eight, yes EIGHT, devices in one! A projector, a Bluetooth speaker, a wallet, a key, a headset, a smartphone and a watch in one! Your desire to own LifeHub will be greater than your desire to own an iPhone!

EIGHT devices in one! Lucid Design has come up with something that we are generally accustomed to think of as some extraterrestrial tech or some Sci-Fi movie flick. LifeHub by Lucid Design is in its truest sense, the confluence of multiple technologies that marks the beginning of a new era and annihilates many other technologies. Amazingly, this one compact gadget boasts the abilities of seven different devices. LifeHub includes eight, yes EIGHT, devices in one! A projector, a Bluetooth speaker, a wallet, a key, a headset, a smartphone and a watch in one! Your desire to own LifeHub will be greater than your desire to own an iPhone!

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