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Internet by light promises to leave Wi-Fi Eating dust

Internet by light promises to leave Wi-Fi Eating dust | Mobile technology | Scoop.it
Connecting your smartphone to the web with just a lamp -- that is the promise of Li-Fi, featuring Internet access 100 times faster than Wi-Fi with revolutionary wireless technology.

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Google Unveiling a New Way to Search On Smartphones is a Big Deal !

Google Unveiling a New Way to Search On Smartphones is a Big Deal ! | Mobile technology | Scoop.it
In a day and age where to search on the Internet has been rephrased as to ‘Google‘ something, it comes as a huge surprise when the search giant Google launches a feature that has the potential to revolutionise our whole browsing experience. With 55% of the world’s search ad revenue in their pockets, it comes […]

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2BaseTechnologies's curator insight, November 26, 2015 6:07 AM

Google's new ways of searching in a #smartphone..!!

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You'll never see Luggage like this : Smart + GPS + USB Charger etc

You'll never see Luggage like this :  Smart + GPS + USB Charger etc | Mobile technology | Scoop.it
Meet the world's first fully-collapsible hardside carry-on with built-in tray, GPS, ergonomic swivel handle and a distinctive design.

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Techstore's curator insight, May 25, 2015 7:10 AM

#business #technology

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Singapore now the world’s most expensive city: Economist

Singapore now the world’s most expensive city: Economist | Mobile technology | Scoop.it
SINGAPORE — Singapore has topped the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) list of the world’s most expensive cities to live in, according to the 2014 list released yesterday (this morning, March 4, Singapore time).

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Cherise Chng's comment, August 27, 2017 9:57 AM
I can totally relate to the high cost of living in Singapore but I do understand why the products given such a price tag. Given the size of our country, there is the limitation of our agriculture and industrial sector, that is why we need to import goods into the country. And of course, when products are imported, the prices will definitely go up as well, which accounts for the high cost of living. While nothing much can be done individually to lower the prices of products, we Singaporeans will then have to go with the flow and accept the harsh reality of living in the world's most expensive city.
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Samsung GALAXY Round Unboxing [Video]

Samsung GALAXY Round Unboxing [Video] | Mobile technology | Scoop.it
There is now the world's first Samsung GALAXY Round unboxing video to watch, when the release of the GALAXY Round is to be expected with us, is unknown
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Apple testing Ultra-Fast Li-Fi Wireless Technology for Future iPhones

Apple testing Ultra-Fast Li-Fi Wireless Technology for Future iPhones | Mobile technology | Scoop.it
Apple to make future iPhones compatible with a cutting-edge technology that has the capability to transmit data at 100 times the speed of WiFi, suggests the code found within the iOS firmware. 
 
Apple may ship future iPhones with Li-Fi capabilities, a new technology that may end up replacing the widely-used Wi-Fi in the future technology. 
 
Beginning with iOS 9.1 update, the operating system's source code makes mention of "LiFiCapability" alongside declarations to other hardware and software capabilities, hinting that Apple may be experimenting with ways to integrate Li-Fi technology with future iPhones models.

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Sepp Hasslberger's curator insight, January 22, 2016 1:29 PM

LiFi - or data transmission by light is both faster and less damaging to living organisms than WiFi, which uses microwave frequencies.

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Solu - A new breed of computing

Solu - A new breed of computing | Mobile technology | Scoop.it

Solu will change the way you think about computing. It is the first new desktop paradigm for 30 years, and is made in Finland. 


Solu's unique human-machine interface rethinks the way people use computers. Drawing inspiration from the way the human brain works, the zoomable interface allows you to organize projects and documents with natural gestures. You no longer open applications and then files, but simply zoom in on the documents you wish to work on, navigating within organic spaces.


When the Solu device is connected to an external screen, its own screen becomes a smart touchpad, with controls that can be used directly.


"Solu is the first computer-as-a-service in the world. For a fixed monthly fee, you, as a Solu user, get all the storage and apps you need, without any annoying in-app purchases or advertisements. As an added benefit, we are providing talented developers with the opportunity to make a living out of their great apps by sharing a portion of the monthly fee with them."


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Sepp Hasslberger's curator insight, October 18, 2015 7:07 AM

It is too early to say if this will indeed catch on and become a generally used way to organise your data and tap into the internet... The team is working and asking for some early time backup through a kickstarter campaign.

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Hands-on: Microsoft’s HoloLens is Flat-Out Magical

Hands-on: Microsoft’s HoloLens is Flat-Out Magical | Mobile technology | Scoop.it
Microsoft’s HoloLens

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Apple’s New Car System Turns Your Dashboard Into an iPhone Accessory

Apple’s New Car System Turns Your Dashboard Into an iPhone Accessory | Mobile technology | Scoop.it
Apple's CarPlay system is a “second screen” iOS interface optimized for the car -- one that allows for deeper integration with iOS devices than any in-car system to date.

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aanve's curator insight, March 4, 2014 10:11 PM
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Otieno Grace's curator insight, March 4, 2014 11:05 PM

''In addition to a CarPlay-enabled car, you’ll need an iPhone with an upcoming iOS 7 update to use it. According to Apple, the system only works with Lightning-connector iPhones — you’re limited to using the system with the iPhone 5, 5s, and 5c — that will need to be connected to the car in order for the features to work.''

Carlos Polaino Jiménez's curator insight, March 6, 2014 4:04 PM

Ya está aquí. 

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LG G Flex appeared in a video

LG G Flex appeared in a video | Mobile technology | Scoop.it
With the LG G Flex now presented the South Koreans their first smartphone with a curved display, from November the LG G Flex could be available
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Curved top to bottom.. Samsung one curved right to left
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