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We started a journey that has today led us to become one of the most respected integrated Digital Media Agency and an outstanding technical Website Design Company firms in the region. #CompuBrain #Business #Technology #Innovations #WebsiteDesign #DigitalMediaAgency

We started a journey that has today led us to become one of the most respected integrated Digital Media Agency and an outstanding technical Website Design Company firms in the region. #CompuBrain #Business #Technology #Innovations #WebsiteDesign #DigitalMediaAgency

We started a journey that has today led us to become one of the most respected integrated Digital Media Agency and an outstanding technical Website Design Company firms in the region. #CompuBrain #Business #Technology #Innovations #WebsiteDesign #DigitalMediaAgency

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As one of the best SEO Company in Gujarat, we use proven reputation management techniques to help your business earn an impressive image in the industry and for better online visibility. #Business #Technology #Innovations #Internet #InternetReputationManagement #IRM

As one of the best SEO Company in Gujarat, we use proven reputation management techniques to help your business earn an impressive image in the industry and for better online visibility. #Business #Technology #Innovations #Internet #InternetReputationManagement #IRM

As one of the best SEO Company in Gujarat, we use proven reputation management techniques to help your business earn an impressive image in the industry and for better online visibility. #Business #Technology #Innovations #Internet #InternetReputationManagement #IRM

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... Computex showcases latest technology innovations ... Asia's biggest computer and technology show - Computex - is underway in Taiwan. It's an opportunity for tech firms to show off their latest kit - and gauge the feedback before deciding which devices to throw production and marketing budgets behind.

... Computex showcases latest technology innovations ... Asia's biggest computer and technology show - Computex - is underway in Taiwan. It's an opportunity for tech firms to show off their latest kit - and gauge the feedback before deciding which devices to throw production and marketing budgets behind.

... Computex showcases latest technology innovations ... Asia's biggest computer and technology show - Computex - is underway in Taiwan. It's an opportunity for tech firms to show off their latest kit - and gauge the feedback before deciding which devices to throw production and marketing budgets behind.

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The best #Vision & #Mission of tech firms, worth a read! Apple: Apple is committed to bringing the best personal computing experience to students, educators, creative professionals and consumers around the world through its innovative hardware, software and Internet offerings. Dell: Dell’s mission is to be the most successful computer company in the world at delivering the best customer experience in markets we serve. Facebook: Facebook’s mission is to give people the power to share and make the world more open and connected. Google: Google’s mission is to organize the world‘s information and make it universally accessible and useful. Microsoft: Microsoft’s mission is to enable people and businesses throughout the world to realize their full potential. Skype: Skype’s mission is to be the fabric of real-time communication on the web. Twitter: Twitter lists its mission as “a work in progress” as it has yet to be fully developed. Yahoo!: Yahoo!’s mission is to be the most essential global Internet service for consumers and businesses YouTube: YouTube’s mission is to provide fast and easy video access and the ability to share videos frequently!

The best #Vision & #Mission of tech firms, worth a read! Apple: Apple is committed to bringing the best personal computing experience to students, educators, creative professionals and consumers around the world through its innovative hardware, software and Internet offerings. Dell: Dell’s mission is to be the most successful computer company in the world at delivering the best customer experience in markets we serve. Facebook: Facebook’s mission is to give people the power to share and make the world more open and connected. Google: Google’s mission is to organize the world‘s information and make it universally accessible and useful. Microsoft: Microsoft’s mission is to enable people and businesses throughout the world to realize their full potential. Skype: Skype’s mission is to be the fabric of real-time communication on the web. Twitter: Twitter lists its mission as “a work in progress” as it has yet to be fully developed. Yahoo!: Yahoo!’s mission is to be the most essential global Internet service for consumers and businesses YouTube: YouTube’s mission is to provide fast and easy video access and the ability to share videos frequently!

The best #Vision & #Mission of tech firms, worth a read! Apple: Apple is committed to bringing the best personal computing experience to students, educators, creative professionals and consumers around the world through its innovative hardware, software and Internet offerings. Dell: Dell’s mission is to be the most successful computer company in the world at delivering the best customer experience in markets we serve. Facebook: Facebook’s mission is to give people the power to share and make the world more open and connected. Google: Google’s mission is to organize the world‘s information and make it universally accessible and useful. Microsoft: Microsoft’s mission is to enable people and businesses throughout the world to realize their full potential. Skype: Skype’s mission is to be the fabric of real-time communication on the web. Twitter: Twitter lists its mission as “a work in progress” as it has yet to be fully developed. Yahoo!: Yahoo!’s mission is to be the most essential global Internet service for consumers and businesses YouTube: YouTube’s mission is to provide fast and easy video access and the ability to share videos frequently!

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... Google is buying a seemingly crazy collection of companies ... Take a look at a list of Google’s 144 latest acquisitions and you’ll notice most seem to have little in common. That has a number of technology experts wondering just what the company is up to. This week Google bought SlickLogin, an Israeli startup that uses high-frequency sound waves as the basis of a smart-ID login system. A few weeks ago Google bought Nest, a company that develops thermostats and smoke alarms that are connected to the internet. In December its target was a slew of robotics companies, leading many to jovially question whether or not the company plans to develop an army of robots. Last May, Google purchased a firm called Makani Power that develops airborne wind turbines. In September it acquired a health care company called Calico, which is researching ways to defy aging. The eclectic list goes on. Google has been acquiring companies since 2001, at some points buying one per week. Google has always been much more than a search engine. It’s an advertising company first and foremost - this is where most of its earnings come from. But Google's recent purchases demonstrate the ad-and-search empire may be evolving in a very different direction.

... Google is buying a seemingly crazy collection of companies ... Take a look at a list of Google’s 144 latest acquisitions and you’ll notice most seem to have little in common. That has a number of technology experts wondering just what the company is up to. This week Google bought SlickLogin, an Israeli startup that uses high-frequency sound waves as the basis of a smart-ID login system. A few weeks ago Google bought Nest, a company that develops thermostats and smoke alarms that are connected to the internet. In December its target was a slew of robotics companies, leading many to jovially question whether or not the company plans to develop an army of robots. Last May, Google purchased a firm called Makani Power that develops airborne wind turbines. In September it acquired a health care company called Calico, which is researching ways to defy aging. The eclectic list goes on. Google has been acquiring companies since 2001, at some points buying one per week. Google has always been much more than a search engine. It’s an advertising company first and foremost - this is where most of its earnings come from. But Google's recent purchases demonstrate the ad-and-search empire may be evolving in a very different direction.

... Google is buying a seemingly crazy collection of companies ... Take a look at a list of Google’s 144 latest acquisitions and you’ll notice most seem to have little in common. That has a number of technology experts wondering just what the company is up to. This week Google bought SlickLogin, an Israeli startup that uses high-frequency sound waves as the basis of a smart-ID login system. A few weeks ago Google bought Nest, a company that develops thermostats and smoke alarms that are connected to the internet. In December its target was a slew of robotics companies, leading many to jovially question whether or not the company plans to develop an army of robots. Last May, Google purchased a firm called Makani Power that develops airborne wind turbines. In September it acquired a health care company called Calico, which is researching ways to defy aging. The eclectic list goes on. Google has been acquiring companies since 2001, at some points buying one per week. Google has always been much more than a search engine. It’s an advertising company first and foremost - this is where most of its earnings come from. But Google's recent purchases demonstrate the ad-and-search empire may be evolving in a very different direction.

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... Google unveils 'smart contact lens' to measure glucose levels ... Google has said it is testing a "smart contact lens" that can help measure glucose levels in tears. It uses a "tiny" wireless chip and a "miniaturised" glucose sensor embedded between two layers of lens material. The firm said it is also working on integrating tiny LED lights that could light up to indicate that glucose levels have crossed certain thresholds.

... Google unveils 'smart contact lens' to measure glucose levels ... Google has said it is testing a "smart contact lens" that can help measure glucose levels in tears. It uses a "tiny" wireless chip and a "miniaturised" glucose sensor embedded between two layers of lens material. The firm said it is also working on integrating tiny LED lights that could light up to indicate that glucose levels have crossed certain thresholds.

... Google unveils 'smart contact lens' to measure glucose levels ... Google has said it is testing a "smart contact lens" that can help measure glucose levels in tears. It uses a "tiny" wireless chip and a "miniaturised" glucose sensor embedded between two layers of lens material. The firm said it is also working on integrating tiny LED lights that could light up to indicate that glucose levels have crossed certain thresholds.

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... Indian born entrepreneur’s smart watch will save lives and transform healthcare ... Jyotsna Desai, a promising scientist based in Gujarat, was in a major dilemma. She had just received a letter from a major R&D firm based in the USA offering her the opportunity to work on a futuristic technology that would propel her career to new heights. Not only was the R&D firm willing to sponsor her research, it was even willing to offer her a joint patent if her research was successful. While Jyotsna would have been normally excited by this opportunity, she was confused because of the health of her aged parents. Some thoughts quickly raced through her head, “Who would remind her diabetic mother to regularly check her sugar levels? How would she ensure that her father who had already suffered one heart attack was taking medications on time?” Jyotsna’s dilemma is similar to many young professionals who have their aged parents at home, and have no way to monitor the health or understand if their parents are safe. This was exactly the situation that inspired and prompted Raj Sadhu, Founder, Vyzin to create a smart watch, called VESAG that can remotely transmit key health parameters via existing cellular networks to a central server.

... Indian born entrepreneur’s smart watch will save lives and transform healthcare ... Jyotsna Desai, a promising scientist based in Gujarat, was in a major dilemma. She had just received a letter from a major R&D firm based in the USA offering her the opportunity to work on a futuristic technology that would propel her career to new heights. Not only was the R&D firm willing to sponsor her research, it was even willing to offer her a joint patent if her research was successful. While Jyotsna would have been normally excited by this opportunity, she was confused because of the health of her aged parents. Some thoughts quickly raced through her head, “Who would remind her diabetic mother to regularly check her sugar levels? How would she ensure that her father who had already suffered one heart attack was taking medications on time?” Jyotsna’s dilemma is similar to many young professionals who have their aged parents at home, and have no way to monitor the health or understand if their parents are safe. This was exactly the situation that inspired and prompted Raj Sadhu, Founder, Vyzin to create a smart watch, called VESAG that can remotely transmit key health parameters via existing cellular networks to a central server.

... Indian born entrepreneur’s smart watch will save lives and transform healthcare ... Jyotsna Desai, a promising scientist based in Gujarat, was in a major dilemma. She had just received a letter from a major R&D firm based in the USA offering her the opportunity to work on a futuristic technology that would propel her career to new heights. Not only was the R&D firm willing to sponsor her research, it was even willing to offer her a joint patent if her research was successful. While Jyotsna would have been normally excited by this opportunity, she was confused because of the health of her aged parents. Some thoughts quickly raced through her head, “Who would remind her diabetic mother to regularly check her sugar levels? How would she ensure that her father who had already suffered one heart attack was taking medications on time?” Jyotsna’s dilemma is similar to many young professionals who have their aged parents at home, and have no way to monitor the health or understand if their parents are safe. This was exactly the situation that inspired and prompted Raj Sadhu, Founder, Vyzin to create a smart watch, called VESAG that can remotely transmit key health parameters via existing cellular networks to a central server.

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Play Station 4 Gets Priced at $399, Launching in Q4 Sony's new PS4 will be cheaper than the Xbox One. E3 is now well under way in California and last night, Sony took to the stage to talk about the next generation of PlayStation, the PS4. Though the company shared quite a bit of information with us at its event back in February, Sony also saved a lot of stuff for E3 (including the console itself!), so there was plenty to talk about yesterday. Console packs an eight-core 64-bit x86 Jaguar CPU from AMD; a GPU with a unified array of 18 compute units, collectively capable of generating 1.84 Teraflops of processing power; 8GB of RAM; 802.11n WiFi; Bluetooth 2.1; and USB 3.0. Thanks to additional information released since yesterday, we now know that it also boasts an upgradeable 500GB hard drive. What's more, Sony last night revealed how much we'll have to pay to get our hands on the console as well as other details about the software and games for the PS4. During last night's keynote, Sony confirmed that the PS4 will be priced at $399 when it launches later this year. If you're in Europe, you can expect to pay €399. For your money, you'll get the console itself as well as a controller and USB, HDMI and power cables. If you want the PlayStation Eye camera, you'll have to fork out an extra $59. Another DualShock controller will cost $59. No word on a release just yet, but Sony is still saying Holiday 2013 for the U.S. and Europe so we'll keep you posted on that one. In the meantime, Sony has already opened up pre-orders for the console for those desperate to ensure they snag one as soon as possible.

Play Station 4 Gets Priced at $399, Launching in Q4 Sony's new PS4 will be cheaper than the Xbox One. E3 is now well under way in California and last night, Sony took to the stage to talk about the next generation of PlayStation, the PS4. Though the company shared quite a bit of information with us at its event back in February, Sony also saved a lot of stuff for E3 (including the console itself!), so there was plenty to talk about yesterday. Console packs an eight-core 64-bit x86 Jaguar CPU from AMD; a GPU with a unified array of 18 compute units, collectively capable of generating 1.84 Teraflops of processing power; 8GB of RAM; 802.11n WiFi; Bluetooth 2.1; and USB 3.0. Thanks to additional information released since yesterday, we now know that it also boasts an upgradeable 500GB hard drive. What's more, Sony last night revealed how much we'll have to pay to get our hands on the console as well as other details about the software and games for the PS4. During last night's keynote, Sony confirmed that the PS4 will be priced at $399 when it launches later this year. If you're in Europe, you can expect to pay €399. For your money, you'll get the console itself as well as a controller and USB, HDMI and power cables. If you want the PlayStation Eye camera, you'll have to fork out an extra $59. Another DualShock controller will cost $59. No word on a release just yet, but Sony is still saying Holiday 2013 for the U.S. and Europe so we'll keep you posted on that one. In the meantime, Sony has already opened up pre-orders for the console for those desperate to ensure they snag one as soon as possible.

Play Station 4 Gets Priced at $399, Launching in Q4 Sony's new PS4 will be cheaper than the Xbox One. E3 is now well under way in California and last night, Sony took to the stage to talk about the next generation of PlayStation, the PS4. Though the company shared quite a bit of information with us at its event back in February, Sony also saved a lot of stuff for E3 (including the console itself!), so there was plenty to talk about yesterday. Console packs an eight-core 64-bit x86 Jaguar CPU from AMD; a GPU with a unified array of 18 compute units, collectively capable of generating 1.84 Teraflops of processing power; 8GB of RAM; 802.11n WiFi; Bluetooth 2.1; and USB 3.0. Thanks to additional information released since yesterday, we now know that it also boasts an upgradeable 500GB hard drive. What's more, Sony last night revealed how much we'll have to pay to get our hands on the console as well as other details about the software and games for the PS4. During last night's keynote, Sony confirmed that the PS4 will be priced at $399 when it launches later this year. If you're in Europe, you can expect to pay €399. For your money, you'll get the console itself as well as a controller and USB, HDMI and power cables. If you want the PlayStation Eye camera, you'll have to fork out an extra $59. Another DualShock controller will cost $59. No word on a release just yet, but Sony is still saying Holiday 2013 for the U.S. and Europe so we'll keep you posted on that one. In the meantime, Sony has already opened up pre-orders for the console for those desperate to ensure they snag one as soon as possible.

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Polytron Unveils World's First Fully Transparent Smartphone The only visible components are the board, chips, memory card and camera. Taiwanese firm Polytron Technologies has revealed the world's first fully transparent smartphone prototype. As you can see in the pictures above and below, the prototype device is almost fully transparent. The only components visible on the device are the board, chips memory card and camera. The rest of the device is a piece of glass that sports a small touchscreen (also transparent) located in the center of the device. According to Polytron, its technology may be available by the end of 2013.

Polytron Unveils World's First Fully Transparent Smartphone The only visible components are the board, chips, memory card and camera. Taiwanese firm Polytron Technologies has revealed the world's first fully transparent smartphone prototype. As you can see in the pictures above and below, the prototype device is almost fully transparent. The only components visible on the device are the board, chips memory card and camera. The rest of the device is a piece of glass that sports a small touchscreen (also transparent) located in the center of the device. According to Polytron, its technology may be available by the end of 2013.

Polytron Unveils World's First Fully Transparent Smartphone The only visible components are the board, chips, memory card and camera. Taiwanese firm Polytron Technologies has revealed the world's first fully transparent smartphone prototype. As you can see in the pictures above and below, the prototype device is almost fully transparent. The only components visible on the device are the board, chips memory card and camera. The rest of the device is a piece of glass that sports a small touchscreen (also transparent) located in the center of the device. According to Polytron, its technology may be available by the end of 2013.

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Meet 60GHz Wi-Fi, the insanely fast future of wireless networking. Get ready for a ridiculous boost in wireless networking speed. Two camps are competing to deliver wireless components that are at least seven times faster than today’s gigabit (IEEE 802.11ac) routers. By harnessing spectrum in the unlicensed 60GHz frequency band, these devices will be capable of offering more bandwidth than hardwired USB 3.0 connections. Marvell announced that it has teamed up with Wilocity to bring tri-band Wi-Fi solutions enabled with 802.11ad to the market. Wilocity will supply its 60 GHz multi-gigabit wireless technology, adding a third channel to the existing 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz channels supplied in Marvell's WiGig-compliant wireless silicon. The 60 GHz band is the spectrum used by the 802.11ad Wi-Fi standard promises up to 7 Gbps in peak download speeds -- today's 5 GHz Wi-Fi can work as fast as 600 Mbps. So, What must we consider is, when buying a wireless device confirm if it supports 802.11ad Wi-Fi or not.? BTW, As this is new technology, device supporting it may now available right now in the market and whenever it will be available, it should be expensive one.!!

Meet 60GHz Wi-Fi, the insanely fast future of wireless networking. Get ready for a ridiculous boost in wireless networking speed. Two camps are competing to deliver wireless components that are at least seven times faster than today’s gigabit (IEEE 802.11ac) routers. By harnessing spectrum in the unlicensed 60GHz frequency band, these devices will be capable of offering more bandwidth than hardwired USB 3.0 connections. Marvell announced that it has teamed up with Wilocity to bring tri-band Wi-Fi solutions enabled with 802.11ad to the market. Wilocity will supply its 60 GHz multi-gigabit wireless technology, adding a third channel to the existing 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz channels supplied in Marvell's WiGig-compliant wireless silicon. The 60 GHz band is the spectrum used by the 802.11ad Wi-Fi standard promises up to 7 Gbps in peak download speeds -- today's 5 GHz Wi-Fi can work as fast as 600 Mbps. So, What must we consider is, when buying a wireless device confirm if it supports 802.11ad Wi-Fi or not.? BTW, As this is new technology, device supporting it may now available right now in the market and whenever it will be available, it should be expensive one.!!

Meet 60GHz Wi-Fi, the insanely fast future of wireless networking. Get ready for a ridiculous boost in wireless networking speed. Two camps are competing to deliver wireless components that are at least seven times faster than today’s gigabit (IEEE 802.11ac) routers. By harnessing spectrum in the unlicensed 60GHz frequency band, these devices will be capable of offering more bandwidth than hardwired USB 3.0 connections. Marvell announced that it has teamed up with Wilocity to bring tri-band Wi-Fi solutions enabled with 802.11ad to the market. Wilocity will supply its 60 GHz multi-gigabit wireless technology, adding a third channel to the existing 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz channels supplied in Marvell's WiGig-compliant wireless silicon. The 60 GHz band is the spectrum used by the 802.11ad Wi-Fi standard promises up to 7 Gbps in peak download speeds -- today's 5 GHz Wi-Fi can work as fast as 600 Mbps. So, What must we consider is, when buying a wireless device confirm if it supports 802.11ad Wi-Fi or not.? BTW, As this is new technology, device supporting it may now available right now in the market and whenever it will be available, it should be expensive one.!!

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Intel® Wireless Display (WiDi) Make any experience on your PC a more entertaining one—Intel® Wireless Display (WiDi) lets you easily stream all the things you love directly to your big screen HDTV. So, now whenever you shop any mobile device, confirm if it support Wireless Display or not..!

Intel® Wireless Display (WiDi) Make any experience on your PC a more entertaining one—Intel® Wireless Display (WiDi) lets you easily stream all the things you love directly to your big screen HDTV. So, now whenever you shop any mobile device, confirm if it support Wireless Display or not..!

Intel® Wireless Display (WiDi) Make any experience on your PC a more entertaining one—Intel® Wireless Display (WiDi) lets you easily stream all the things you love directly to your big screen HDTV. So, now whenever you shop any mobile device, confirm if it support Wireless Display or not..!

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