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Facebook wants a billion people in VR

In its continued effort to take virtual reality mainstream, Facebook has announced Oculus Go - a standalone headset that will be released in 2018. Mark Zuckerberg said the device, priced at $199, would be the “most accessible VR experience ever”. Sales of the company’s VR hardware have been slow since launching the first Oculus Rift headset in March 2016. "If VR doesn't go mass market at this price point, I think we can conclude that it never will,” said John Delaney, an analyst with IDC. The existing budget way to get Facebook's VR is the Samsung Gear VR at $129 - but that requires a high-end Samsung smartphone in order to work. Speaking at Facebook’s yearly virtual reality developers conference in San Jose, Mr Zuckerberg acknowledged the slow adoption of the technology to date. But he said his company’s goal was that one day, it would get one billion people into VR. To get there, the company needs to create a premium, standalone VR device that offers free movement. It …
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World’s First Battery Free Mobile Phone Built In Washington University

Researchers from the University of Washington have developed a battery-free mobile phone that can make phone calls powered only by radio waves and light.
The prototype created to make and receive calls, and lacks a touchscreen or data connection, but it could be vital in an emergency.

The phone consumes between two and three microwatts of energy and harvests its energy from radio signals sent out by a special base station and a small on board solar cell. The phone can also transmit signals to the station through a combination of reflecting those radio wave signals back and the electromagnetic pulses generated by the vibrations of the phone's diaphragm when speaking into its microphone. It sends a series of digital pulses to a receiver, which encodes it into a Skype call that can be placed to any number.

Device will work, the team first had to eliminate the most power hungry part of a normal mobile phone The conversion of analog audio signals into digital data. According to the po…

Tesla Announces to Built world's largest battery in South Australia

Tesla is teaming up with French based renewable energy company Neoen to build the world's biggest lithium-ion battery in South Australia. Tesla CEO Elon Musk jetted into Australia this afternoon to make the announcement, saying the battery will be "three times more powerful than anything else on earth.

Tesla won a offer to provide a Power pack battery with the capacity of 100 MW/129 megawatt-hours. The company says the battery will be charged using energy from the near Hornsdale wind farm and will transport energy during peak usage hours to help maintain supply across the state.
South Australia was knockout with a state-wide power outage in September 2016 when a storm knocked out supply from the state's transmission network. The problem left an area four times the size of the United Kingdom in the dark.

The head of Tesla's battery division came out to say the company could solve South Australia's power afflictions within 100 days, by supplying 100-300 MWh of sto…

InFocus Invest Rs 65 crores To Get a Position in India

InFocus, the company of Taiwan's Foxconn, plans to invest $10 million to get a position in India with a focus on the Rs 10,000-price segment as part of its another attempt to make a spot in the world's second largest mobile phone market.

Company  is also working on a 4G VoLTE feature phone, priced under Rs 3,000, and it is likely to be launched before Diwali. The company is working with Reliance Jio for this kind of plans  voice, data and apps that can be offered or bundled with the device

Foxconn, the world's largest contract manufacturer, also plans to launch smartphones from Sharp - the Japanese company's business it acquired last year - by the end of the year. There is lot of attention from the headquarters on the India market now, there's been a change in team, more partners have been added and we're also getting into featurephones," Dr Zhongsheng said.
InFocus is gaze at a top five place among handset players in three years through an forceful push …

Nokia 6 is coming to the U.S., and Amazon Prime members get a big discount

U.S. people, you would now be able to purchase a fresh out of the plastic new Nokia. Also, Amazon Prime individuals can get it at little to no cost. Propelling only with Amazon until further notice, the organization's most intense Android cell phone, Nokia 6, is accessible for pre-arrange beginning Tuesday. Initially propelled in China in January, the Nokia 6 is a mid-run telephone, with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor, a 5.5-inch, full HD screen, a 16-megapixel raise camera, a 8-megapixel selfie cam, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of interior stockpiling (with memory card bolster), a 3,000mAh battery and double speakers. It's sans agreement, and perfect with AT&T's and T-Mobile's systems. 

The Nokia 6 costs $229.99 on Amazon, however Prime individuals will have the capacity to get it for $179.99 — a strong value given the dispatch cost in China was generally $250. It will begin dispatching on July 10.

The dispatch is a piece of Amazon's Prime Exclusive Phones program, w…

New Version Of Computer Virus Is Taken Over Entire Computers In The World

Ukraine's interior minister said a version of the "WannaCry" virus had caused damages on government websites and those of several companies, a cyber attack he called the worst in Ukraine's history.

The hack began in the country but has largely spread across the world, hitting companies as widely as Danish shipping company Maersk and British advertising company WPP, the biggest in the world.

Adviser Anton Gerashchenko said Ukrainian IT systems had been targeted with "Cryptolocker" a version of WannaCry virus, the virus that locked up more than 200,000 computers in more than 150 countries in May.

The Focused goal of the cyberattack was to try to destabilise, he wrote in a post on Facebook in which he said the attacks probably originated from Russia.

The Wannacry attack is most famous for locking down NHS computers and causing havoc in hospitals and doctors surgeries across Britain. But its effect was much wider and more international, and the virus spread qu…

iOS 11 on the iPhone will update your regular experience

This fall, iPhones and iPads will get the most recent adaptation of Apple's portable programming, first divulged prior in June. Engineers have approached a beta review of iOS 11 from that point forward, yet on Monday it ends up noticeably accessible as an open beta. That implies any individual who needs it can get it, however be admonished: It's not completely heated yet.

For iOS 11, Apple put a great deal of concentrate on the iPad, and there are a plenty of new components that take the tablet — and the iPad Pro particularly — to another level of efficiency.
In any case, since iOS 11 puts the focus on Apple's tablets doesn't mean there's nothing to anticipate on your iPhone. There are a ton of upgrades to the stuff you do each day.

Control Center

Apple has — once more — totally upgraded Control Center (the basic capacities and settings you access by swiping up from the base of the screen). It's additional a huge amount of new easy routes and making the whole t…

Unicode 10 Released New 56 Emojis

Earlier this year, the Unicode Consortium shared a list of new emoji that might be included in Emoji 5.0 update. Finally the Unicode Consortium finalized and added new 56 emoji.
Unicode Standard Version 10.0 is now available. For the first time, both the core specification and the data files are available on the same date. Version 10.0 adds 8,518 characters, for a total of 136,690 characters. These additions include four new scripts, for a total of 139 scripts, as well as 56 new emoji characters.

The new emoji list includes Animals like a zebra, giraffe, and hedgehog, a few dinosaurs including a t-rex and sauropod.Creatures like a genie, elf, vampire, and more.Additional symbols like Bitcoin. The new list of emojis are included in the Android O beta. For a full list of emoji in Unicode 10, check out to Emojipedia.

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Lenovo brings the unbelievable dream as True! Foldable PC Idea is exposed!

Lenovo has some wild ideas to share. At an event in New York today, the company showed off its idea of the future of personal computing with an image of a bendable laptop with a flexible display; a built-in keyboard; and even the signature ThinkPad pointing stick, or mouse nub — whatever you want to call it. With this concept, most of the interaction would happen over voice commands or a stylus. Lenovo says that this concept would be achieved through “advanced materials” and “new screen technologies.” That’s not very specific.

As much as I want to believe, I have to point out that this concept isn’t likely to happen, at least not for a while. We’ve seen flexible displays at CES events for years, and yet, we have no flexible displays in our daily lives. The concepts that have come out as physical prototypes, are often so thick that we wouldn’t even get a truly flexible experience like Lenovo is portraying. Plus, integrating stylus technology is only going to make this harder to build.