Microsoft Holo Lens – Experience vs Usability

There are many inline products for Virtual Reality EYE gears. Google Glass, Oculus already announced in market and going on with further development. But looks like Microsoft took an edge in Virtual Reality, with Introduction of HOLO LENS on 21st Jan, 2015. My take on this, based on introduction provided by Microsoft will be Experience VS Usability. The existing devices are giving a user experience. Oculus Gives you an Experience Ultra Virtual Reality to get…

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What is Google Drive ?

Google Drive is Google’s cloud service. It provides 15 GB free online storage. It is available for Windows, Mac, Android, iPhone and iPad. How it works ? Google Drive on installation creates a folder named Drive on your system, for eg – on Windows it creates a folder on  your system named Google Drive. You use your Google email to log into Google Drive. As you put any folder or file inside the Google Drive…

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Lenovo K900 – A good premium smartphone

Lenovo’s K900 is the company’s latest offering in premium smartphone segment. K900 is the first smartphone to be powered by the  the Intel’s dual core Atom Z2580 processor. This is  more powerful and efficient than the previous version’s of the Medfield series. Lenovo K900 comes with a brilliant 5.5″ Full HD IPS with 400+ ppi  which means no pixelatiom whatsoever. It has a 10 point capacitive touch and can recognize pen, nail or gloves whicj is very…

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SMS Audio STREET by 50 Over-Ear ANC Wired Headphones

SMS Audio, LLC, a premier audio headphone and accessories brand from Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, is excited to announce the availability of its new STREET by 50 Over-Ear Active Noise Control (ANC) Wired headphones. The innovative headphones are the ideal solution for users who want to eliminate unwanted ambient noise while on an airplane, at the office or other loud environments. Featuring active noise cancellation technology, professionally tuned 40 mm drivers and soft leather memory foam…

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Panasonic To Quit The Smartphone Market (Rumor)

Earlier this month, we brought you word that NEC has decided to quit the highly competitive market for good, although they will continue to have their interests represented in the tablet world. It seems that fellow Japanese company, Panasonic, too, has decided to take a bow out of the smartphone market – and this bit of information is said to have come from telling a Japanese operator that they will no longer roll out handsets…

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