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Smart TV For Kids: The device can host more than 100 games geared toward kids between the ages of three and eight, featuring popular Disney TV shows like Jake and the Never Land Pirates and Sofia the First. Many of the games focus on teaching skills like math, science, reading

Smart TV For Kids: The device can host more than 100 games geared toward kids between the ages of three and eight, featuring popular Disney TV shows like Jake and the Never Land Pirates and Sofia the First. Many of the games focus on teaching skills like math, science, reading

Smart TV For Kids: The device can host more than 100 games geared toward kids between the ages of three and eight, featuring popular Disney TV shows like Jake and the Never Land Pirates and Sofia the First. Many of the games focus on teaching skills like math, science, reading

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... The robots using cloud technology to learn new skills ... The latest generation of robots often lead a solitary existence - they all look different, are made by different universities and research departments and talk different languages. But a four-year long project, called RoboEarth, is hoping to change this by creating a world wide web for robots to learn, share information and communicate with each other.

... The robots using cloud technology to learn new skills ... The latest generation of robots often lead a solitary existence - they all look different, are made by different universities and research departments and talk different languages. But a four-year long project, called RoboEarth, is hoping to change this by creating a world wide web for robots to learn, share information and communicate with each other.

... The robots using cloud technology to learn new skills ... The latest generation of robots often lead a solitary existence - they all look different, are made by different universities and research departments and talk different languages. But a four-year long project, called RoboEarth, is hoping to change this by creating a world wide web for robots to learn, share information and communicate with each other.

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Firefox OS for Mobile device is coming.. Originally introduced as the Boot2Gecko (B2G) project, Firefox OS is a next-generation operating system that is describes as “magical”. This platform has the potential to break the mobile OS space open. Firefox OS is far from the screenshots in the blog post. The graphics are cleaner and based from a video of a Firefox OS demo, the interaction is smoother and tighter. The way it is shaping up, the Mobile OS as we know it is on its was to be “webified,” ie, folks who know how to code using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript can make full-fledged apps. Because Firefox OS is constructed using HTML, JavaScript and CSS it means you only need basic Web development skills to reach in and completely change the device experience. You could literally change one line of CSS and completely change the way the icons on the homescreen look, or re-write some core JavaScript files that handle phone-calls. Folks in Brazil will get to see a mass-market release of affordable phones (not iPhone-level for sure) with Firefox OS via Telefonica, and this will be a testbed for how this new OS will be deployed commercially. Hacker-types can of course download Firefox OS and install an instance on their phones (Android phones most likely) and even already write apps. Let’s see how Firefox OS will progress in the next few months.

Firefox OS for Mobile device is coming.. Originally introduced as the Boot2Gecko (B2G) project, Firefox OS is a next-generation operating system that is describes as “magical”. This platform has the potential to break the mobile OS space open. Firefox OS is far from the screenshots in the blog post. The graphics are cleaner and based from a video of a Firefox OS demo, the interaction is smoother and tighter. The way it is shaping up, the Mobile OS as we know it is on its was to be “webified,” ie, folks who know how to code using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript can make full-fledged apps. Because Firefox OS is constructed using HTML, JavaScript and CSS it means you only need basic Web development skills to reach in and completely change the device experience. You could literally change one line of CSS and completely change the way the icons on the homescreen look, or re-write some core JavaScript files that handle phone-calls. Folks in Brazil will get to see a mass-market release of affordable phones (not iPhone-level for sure) with Firefox OS via Telefonica, and this will be a testbed for how this new OS will be deployed commercially. Hacker-types can of course download Firefox OS and install an instance on their phones (Android phones most likely) and even already write apps. Let’s see how Firefox OS will progress in the next few months.

Firefox OS for Mobile device is coming.. Originally introduced as the Boot2Gecko (B2G) project, Firefox OS is a next-generation operating system that is describes as “magical”. This platform has the potential to break the mobile OS space open. Firefox OS is far from the screenshots in the blog post. The graphics are cleaner and based from a video of a Firefox OS demo, the interaction is smoother and tighter. The way it is shaping up, the Mobile OS as we know it is on its was to be “webified,” ie, folks who know how to code using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript can make full-fledged apps. Because Firefox OS is constructed using HTML, JavaScript and CSS it means you only need basic Web development skills to reach in and completely change the device experience. You could literally change one line of CSS and completely change the way the icons on the homescreen look, or re-write some core JavaScript files that handle phone-calls. Folks in Brazil will get to see a mass-market release of affordable phones (not iPhone-level for sure) with Firefox OS via Telefonica, and this will be a testbed for how this new OS will be deployed commercially. Hacker-types can of course download Firefox OS and install an instance on their phones (Android phones most likely) and even already write apps. Let’s see how Firefox OS will progress in the next few months.

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:: Audi e-bike uses a smartphone for its electronic control system:: German automaker Audi will debut its prototype e-bike next week at Wörthersee in Carinthia, Austria. Audi’s e-bike promises to be highly advanced and versatile. Next week, biker Julien Dupont and downhill specialist Petra Bernhard will not only demonstrate their stunts and biking skills, but will showcase the bike’s performance and capability as well. “As a high-performance e-bike for sports and trick cycling, it features the Audi core competencies of design, ultra, e-tron and connect,” said Wolfgang Eggerstated, Head of Design at Audi. Check out the Audi e-bike in action after the break. Audi’s e-bike weighs 24 pounds and it features a compact frame made of carbon fiber-reinforced polymer with a low center of gravity to make it superbly agile. Audi also used the same carbon fiber-reinforced polymer for the bike’s 26-inch wheels that features an “Audi ultra blade” design with broad flat spokes for an optimized transmission of pedal power. As for the e-bike’s 2.3 kW electric motor, it has the power to send up to 184 lb-ft. of torque to the rear wheel using a lithium-ion battery that, according to Audi, only needs 2.5 hours to fully charge. The e-bike is also ideal for long rides, as the battery can also be easily be swapped out with a charged one. But what makes this bike special is that it come equipped with a smartphone that serves as the electronic control system of the bike. The smartphone is also used to operate five cycling modes: Pure, Pedelec, eGrip, Power Wheelie, and Balanced Wheelie. Unfortunately, we’ll have to wait until Audi will announce its price as well as its availability.

:: Audi e-bike uses a smartphone for its electronic control system:: German automaker Audi will debut its prototype e-bike next week at Wörthersee in Carinthia, Austria. Audi’s e-bike promises to be highly advanced and versatile. Next week, biker Julien Dupont and downhill specialist Petra Bernhard will not only demonstrate their stunts and biking skills, but will showcase the bike’s performance and capability as well. “As a high-performance e-bike for sports and trick cycling, it features the Audi core competencies of design, ultra, e-tron and connect,” said Wolfgang Eggerstated, Head of Design at Audi. Check out the Audi e-bike in action after the break. Audi’s e-bike weighs 24 pounds and it features a compact frame made of carbon fiber-reinforced polymer with a low center of gravity to make it superbly agile. Audi also used the same carbon fiber-reinforced polymer for the bike’s 26-inch wheels that features an “Audi ultra blade” design with broad flat spokes for an optimized transmission of pedal power. As for the e-bike’s 2.3 kW electric motor, it has the power to send up to 184 lb-ft. of torque to the rear wheel using a lithium-ion battery that, according to Audi, only needs 2.5 hours to fully charge. The e-bike is also ideal for long rides, as the battery can also be easily be swapped out with a charged one. But what makes this bike special is that it come equipped with a smartphone that serves as the electronic control system of the bike. The smartphone is also used to operate five cycling modes: Pure, Pedelec, eGrip, Power Wheelie, and Balanced Wheelie. Unfortunately, we’ll have to wait until Audi will announce its price as well as its availability.

:: Audi e-bike uses a smartphone for its electronic control system:: German automaker Audi will debut its prototype e-bike next week at Wörthersee in Carinthia, Austria. Audi’s e-bike promises to be highly advanced and versatile. Next week, biker Julien Dupont and downhill specialist Petra Bernhard will not only demonstrate their stunts and biking skills, but will showcase the bike’s performance and capability as well. “As a high-performance e-bike for sports and trick cycling, it features the Audi core competencies of design, ultra, e-tron and connect,” said Wolfgang Eggerstated, Head of Design at Audi. Check out the Audi e-bike in action after the break. Audi’s e-bike weighs 24 pounds and it features a compact frame made of carbon fiber-reinforced polymer with a low center of gravity to make it superbly agile. Audi also used the same carbon fiber-reinforced polymer for the bike’s 26-inch wheels that features an “Audi ultra blade” design with broad flat spokes for an optimized transmission of pedal power. As for the e-bike’s 2.3 kW electric motor, it has the power to send up to 184 lb-ft. of torque to the rear wheel using a lithium-ion battery that, according to Audi, only needs 2.5 hours to fully charge. The e-bike is also ideal for long rides, as the battery can also be easily be swapped out with a charged one. But what makes this bike special is that it come equipped with a smartphone that serves as the electronic control system of the bike. The smartphone is also used to operate five cycling modes: Pure, Pedelec, eGrip, Power Wheelie, and Balanced Wheelie. Unfortunately, we’ll have to wait until Audi will announce its price as well as its availability.

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:: A Google A Day :: An apple a day keeps the doctor away, or so the proverb goes, but that does not mean the apple is the most nutritionally dense fruit out there. No sir, there are definitely a fair number of examples that outdo the apple in terms of nutrition, but for tradition’s sake, we shall not rewrite said proverb. As for your brain, however, you might want to keep on exercising it simply because it is also a “muscle” of sorts. Google has the idea of improving your googling skills by introducing you a new puzzle each day at 12:01 a.m. Eastern time. Not only that, apart from a new puzzle, the previous day’s answer will also be posted. It is highly advisable not to read the comments as you attempt the puzzle, unless you want to chance upon a spoiler. Apart from that, other folks might have published their answers before you, and if you want to look for information to solve it without accidentally seeing the answer somewhere else, there is the Google-a-Day site’s search tool which is smart enough to filter out published answers automatically, now how about that?

:: A Google A Day :: An apple a day keeps the doctor away, or so the proverb goes, but that does not mean the apple is the most nutritionally dense fruit out there. No sir, there are definitely a fair number of examples that outdo the apple in terms of nutrition, but for tradition’s sake, we shall not rewrite said proverb. As for your brain, however, you might want to keep on exercising it simply because it is also a “muscle” of sorts. Google has the idea of improving your googling skills by introducing you a new puzzle each day at 12:01 a.m. Eastern time. Not only that, apart from a new puzzle, the previous day’s answer will also be posted. It is highly advisable not to read the comments as you attempt the puzzle, unless you want to chance upon a spoiler. Apart from that, other folks might have published their answers before you, and if you want to look for information to solve it without accidentally seeing the answer somewhere else, there is the Google-a-Day site’s search tool which is smart enough to filter out published answers automatically, now how about that?

:: A Google A Day :: An apple a day keeps the doctor away, or so the proverb goes, but that does not mean the apple is the most nutritionally dense fruit out there. No sir, there are definitely a fair number of examples that outdo the apple in terms of nutrition, but for tradition’s sake, we shall not rewrite said proverb. As for your brain, however, you might want to keep on exercising it simply because it is also a “muscle” of sorts. Google has the idea of improving your googling skills by introducing you a new puzzle each day at 12:01 a.m. Eastern time. Not only that, apart from a new puzzle, the previous day’s answer will also be posted. It is highly advisable not to read the comments as you attempt the puzzle, unless you want to chance upon a spoiler. Apart from that, other folks might have published their answers before you, and if you want to look for information to solve it without accidentally seeing the answer somewhere else, there is the Google-a-Day site’s search tool which is smart enough to filter out published answers automatically, now how about that?

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