Monthly Archives: June 2014

Samsung GamePad Controller for Smartphones

 

After the Galaxy Series Samsung agreed to work off those “sleepless minutes” with another fantastic comprehension and understanding of how technology leans towards gamers and “nerds” who enjoy the casual game on the go, without purchasing another console. With that being said, I introduce the GAMEPAD from Samsung that makes your Smartphone a wireless Console Controller that will model both Xbox and Play station controllers. Now we can play our favorite mobile games with a controller not virtual joysticks and virtual buttons that sometimes don’t register during major gaming situations (we’ve all been there) which cause either a loss or make you play catch-up. I end my joyous article by saying it’s only 99.99!Screenshots_2014-06-14-09-03-52

First solar plane to make around the world trip

Web Site Information: http://matadornetwork.com

The air plane that they are trying to develpope will bring a more advance way to fly along with getting to  your destination sooner with out having to stop , You wont have to  change planes to get to your destination.Consumer models are still far down the road, but Are working to sevelope the air plane fully by 2021.

Web site information: http://www.cnn.com
Following 12 years of complex designs and intense training, aviation pioneers Bertrand Piccard and Andre Borschberg are set to conquer new heights, taking up the challenge of the first solar flight around the globe.

The Swiss duo unveiled last week Solar Impulse 2, a revolutionary aircraft designed to achieve the longest ever flight in the history of aviation in terms of duration for a single pilot. It will attempt to fly non-stop for 120 hours (yes, that’s five successive days and nights) over oceans and continents without a drop of fuel.

Made of carbon fiber, Solar Impulse 2 is the evolution of a prototype that has smashed several aviation records in recent years, including the first fully solar-powered overnight flight lasting 26 hours in 2010.

During the day, the solar cells built into the wing recharge lithium batteries, allowing the plane to fly at night.
© Solar Impulse

The upgraded plane has a huge wingspan of 72 meters, wider than a standard Boeing 747, and weighs only 2,300 kilos — that’s about as heavy as a family car. Its wings are covered with a skin of 17,000 solar cells that supply four electric motors with renewable energy, while its custom-made lithium batteries are able to store enough solar energy throughout the day to keep the ultralight plane flying at night.

Comforpedic IQ

WebSite Information: http://www.us-mattress.com

Comforpedic iQ is a unique foam mattress that is smart enough to react to the way you sleep. Whether you’re a back, side, or stomach sleeper, Comforpedic iQ continuously delivers the comfort and support your body needs to wake up feeling fully recharged every morning. Using patented Smart Response Technology, Comforpedic iQ calibrates to your body’s position to deliver the optimal amount of support. Unique to ComforPedic iQ mattresses, the revolutionary Smart Response Technology contains 16 internal chambers that naturally adapt to each sleeper’s body shape without the use of motors or electronics. It soothes pressure points on the body and continuously calibrates to provide the ultimate level of support.

Solar powered Wireless keyboard

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Logitech does it again! Their newest edition to the tech – savvy family of gadgets they have created is one of my personal favorites of 2014,  this lovely, sleek, solar powered  wireless keyboard that has the ability to auto – connect with any receiver that has at least 2.4ghz. If that doesn’t make you slightly salivate, how about the fact that, even in complete darkness, you can use this Solar – powered wireless keyboard from Logitech for a whopping 36hrs…yes, 36 hours. So, as you skim through keyboards to find that perfect on – the – go keyboard, remember Logitech has you covered with their amazing Solar – Powered Wireless Keyboard K750 for only $79.99.

new wrist computer

Computers and other communication devices have become distinctly more mobile in the last decade, and there’s no sign that that trend will reverse anytime soon. We like being connected no matter where we are, so computers, cell phones and wireless networking gadgets will no doubt keep getting more portable and easier to use when we’re away from home

That’s why this design makes sense. It was created by Hiromi Kiriki as the next generation of ultra-portable computers. The designer imagines it being a Sony product in 2020 – one that we’ll wear like a bracelet and carry everywhere.

The OLED screens would let the Sony Nextep roll up to conform to the shape of the wearer’s wrist. When in use, the computer folds out to expose its twin holographic projector screens and split pull-out keyboard. It’s designed to keep you connected to your social networking sites at all times, so you’re never more than a few folds and clicks away from your online network.

The Sony Nextep design might look super futuristic right now, but the technology needed to make a product like this into a reality isn’t really too far off. Before we know it, we might all be updating our Twitter feeds right from our wrists and leaving our phones in our pockets.

//  http://gajitz.com/the-future-of-mobile-gadgets-flexible-wrist-computer/

new technology is coming a long way. a computer on the wrist..

 

 

 

All In one

The new multi-gadget combines not only a game controller, but also the phone with QWERTY keyboard, Wifi and Bluetooth modules. Novelty is equipped with an accelerometer and can also function as a mouse. The joystick has a large internal memory – 64 GB, so that will easily burn a few movies, which subsequently can be played on the big screen via the built-port mini-HDMI. New information technology Multi-gadget  XXI century

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in the new future, all is needed is one device.