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Stock Android 'Gallery' app is no more on the new Google Play edition devices

Stock Android 'Gallery' app is no more on the new Google Play edition devices | Technology | Scoop.it
GPe Sony Z Ultra and LG G Pad 8.3 ditch 'Gallery' in favor of G+ 'Photos' app
We suspected it was coming ever since we powered on the Nexus 5 to find both "Gallery" and "Photos" occupying the app drawer.
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How Technology Is Radically Changing The Way Your Memory Works - Huffington Post

How Technology Is Radically Changing The Way Your Memory Works - Huffington Post | Technology | Scoop.it
How Technology Is Radically Changing The Way Your Memory Works Huffington Post Technology changes the way we live our daily lives, the way we learn, and the way we use our faculties of attention -- and a growing body of research has suggested that...
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What If Apple Cut Prices By $100? - Forbes

What If Apple Cut Prices By $100? - Forbes | Technology | Scoop.it
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Facebook testing technology to see where your cursor has been

Facebook testing technology to see where your cursor has been | Technology | Scoop.it
Facebook is in the process of testing technology that will monitor what your cursor is hovering over on its site, as well as whether a users newsfeed is visible on a mobile device.

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Cynthia Cavoto's curator insight, November 4, 2013 10:48 AM

gosh, they can find out everything. Kind of creepy...

Ben Findlow's curator insight, November 4, 2013 2:50 PM

This will be good for all people on Facebook so stuff can be limited.

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Neurocam wearable camera reads your brainwaves and records what interests you

Neurocam wearable camera reads your brainwaves and records what interests you | Technology | Scoop.it

The neurocam is the world's first wearable camera system that automatically records what interests you.

 

It consists of a headset with a brain-wave sensor and connects to an iPhone. The system estimates whether you're interested in something from the brain-waves captured by the sensor, and uses the iPhone's camera to record the scenes that appear to interest you.

 

Just buy wearing the neurocam, the scenes you have shown an interest in are recorded automatically, and are added to an album which you can look through later.

 

"Right now, the iPhone's camera is ready to record what's in my line of sight through a prism. The iPhone shows what the camera has captured, so it feels as if it's reading my mind. My brain-waves are analyzed by an iPhone app, which quantifies my level of interest on a scale from 0 to 100. If the level exceeds 60, the number turns red, and the camera starts to record automatically, producing a 5-second GIF animation."

 

"We're using the iPhone so that analysis and capture can be done with one device. But this is still a concept model. So, we think there are lots of possibilities, such as turning this into a wearable camera."


 

The neurocam arose from the neurowear project, which is involved with items that use brain-waves and bio-sensors, like necomimi, which works using brain-waves. The algorithm for quantifying brain-waves was co-developed with Associate Professor Mitsukura at Keio University.

 

In the future, the project team aims to create an emotional interface, which could link a range of devices and services to people's individual thoughts and feelings.

 

"Because this system is hands-free, we think it could capture a life log, which would be different from deliberately pressing a shutter to capture things you like. As an application in a B2B environment, neurocam could determine what goods in stores interest people. And because the information includes position data, you can do mapping, so it could also show what places people are interested in as an aid for urban development planning. We think it could be used in lots of ways like that."

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Rock-paper-scissors bot always 'wins'

Rock-paper-scissors bot always 'wins' | Technology | Scoop.it
A robot developed by Japanese scientists is so fast it can win the rock-paper-scissors game against a human every single time.
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Will Apple Ever Fix the iMessage Text-Killing Problem?

Will Apple Ever Fix the iMessage Text-Killing Problem? | Technology | Scoop.it
Apple makes free texting convenient by bundling its own iMessage system with SMS. But there's a dark side. (Will Apple Ever Fix the iMessage Text-Killing Problem?
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Spotify goes free for Android and iOS smartphones and tablets

Spotify goes free for Android and iOS smartphones and tablets | Technology | Scoop.it
Firm also shows a Whole Lotta Love for Led Zepplin (Spotify goes free for Android and iOS smartphones and tablets http://t.co/xegNpyndBo #Android)
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Google: Our Robot Cars Are Better Drivers Than Puny Humans | MIT ...

Google: Our Robot Cars Are Better Drivers Than Puny Humans | MIT ... | Technology | Scoop.it
Tests of Google's autonomous vehicles in California and Nevada suggests they already outperform human drivers.
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Now Facebook Can See Inside Your Heart, Too - Technology Review

Now Facebook Can See Inside Your Heart, Too - Technology Review | Technology | Scoop.it
Facebook scientists figure out how to identify your romantic partner or best friend from among your connections.
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Real-time, 3-D teleconferencing technology developed

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Engineers have developed 3-D teleconferencing technology that's live, real-time and streaming at 30 frames per second. They say the technology could be ready for smart phones in a few years.

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Ben Findlow's curator insight, November 4, 2013 2:51 PM

That is really interesting and is really cool

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If a Young Child Wanders, Technology Can Follow

If a Young Child Wanders, Technology Can Follow | Technology | Scoop.it
New devices for keeping tabs on small children use GPS, Wi-Fi and other location-tracking technology and can be linked to apps on a parent’s phone.
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