iPhone 6 New Concept – Innovative Screen

August 28th, 2014
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When it comes to technology, Apple is the leading force in technological innovation. From it’s first Mac computer to the first iphone mobile, now here’s another great creation from them, the awesome iPhone 6. What’s so special about this iPhone 6? The main innovative feature of this new phone is the screen. They have come up with new amazing concepts — this new generation iPhone has dual transparent screens! It’s very comfortable to use with cool interface design due it’s transparency. Touchscreen is located in the left side of the phone. The next iPhone will come with ( According to the concept )

- 4.9 inch Full HD Sapphire front display, wrap around screen
- The next operating system of Apple, iOS 8
- Capacitive home button and Touch ID sensor with 600 dpi pixel density
- NFC sensor and bluetooth 4.1
- Apple A7 chip quad-core 1.8 GHz with 2x faster GPU
- 10 MP rear camera, 1080p@30fps, 1080p@120-160fps
- 1960 mAh battery with light indicator around the lightning connector

 

Future Transportation Technology

March 28th, 2014
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Technology is pushing from every direction, prepare yourself for the future is closer than what you think. From gadgets and smartphones to transportation, the future technology is coming our way. Train is one of the most convenient and popular transportation from the old times up to the present.  Most people think of the train as a 19th century relic, the work course of industrial age. But for visionaries around the world, the potential of trains is unlimited and maybe the key to solving our transportation problems. Trains is perhaps the most efficient and cost-effective way to move large amount of passenger. Could train replace airplanes as our long distance ride of choice?Maybe if they were fast enough, watch this documentary video from visionaries and scientist about their visions of future transportation.

 

Steve Howard: On Selling Sustainability & Eco-friendly Products

November 24th, 2013
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With our growing population  and worsened eco system, what the world need today is an idea that can sustain the ecology and the same time could help us restore and protect our environment.  Steve Howard the chief sustainability officer at the furniture megastore  Ikea, talks about his quest to sell eco-friendly materials and practices both internally and to worldwide customers and lays a challenge for other global giants. He leads the sustainability effort at Ikea, helping the low-price-furniture giant to bring sustainable products to millions of people. “Sustainability has gone from a nice-to-do to a must-do to everyone to enable to help save our planet.” says Howard.

 

Coming to Ikea from the nonprofit consultancy Climate Group, Howard has embraced the challenge of working with a single big company, and the improvements he’s made so far include helping farmers grow more-sustainable cotton around the world, remaking classic products to use fewer parts, and investing €1.5 billion through 2015 in renewable energy sources, notably wind and solar. (Like the rollout in the UK of Ikea solar panel systems for the home.).

 

The Potential Of SixthSense Device

September 22nd, 2013
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How can we leverage our knowledge about everyday objects and how we could use them to interact with the digital world? Imagine the physical object could already interact with the digital world. Inventor Pranav Mistry demos several tools that help the physical world interact with the world of data including  his creation the SixthSense device. SixthSense is  a wearable device that enables new interactions between the real world and the world of data. In an onstage talked at TED India, Mistry says he’ll open-source the software behind SixthSense, to open its possibilities to all with the aim to bring the physical object into the digital world.