NanoLight Energy Efficient light bulbs

The Most Energy Efficient light bulbs from NanoLight

Creators of nano lights made ​​a complete revolution in the field of energy conservation. Using only 12 watts of electricity innovative light bulbs are able to produce 1600 lumens of light, the equivalent of an ordinary light bulbs 100 watts. This is a completely new technology, which has already surpassed all the world’s LED or energy saving technologies. Experts have found out that for the price this lamp is much more advantageous, since about 30 replaces conventional light bulbs or energy-efficient light bulbs 4.

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The Anonymous Hackers attacked the Evernote

Evernote is an internet service, where are stored the users text notes and documents of web pages, and the service has about 50 million visitors. Because of attack of the anonymous hackers the administration of Evernote was dumped all the passwords of users. The representatives of Evernote service claimed that the Investigation showed, that unknown persons had an opportunity to get access to the user data, including names of users and the e-mail address to which the accounts Evernote are connected.

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Asus PadFone Infinity Announced from ASUS

After 6 months of Asus PadFone 2 launching, Asus announced the Asus PadFone Infinity in Barcelona. This is the combo of Asus phone and tablet. This 5 inch device equipped with 1.7 GHz Qualcomm processor. The innovative design, which based in aluminum structure, has no sharp edges, which can dig the hand of user. The screen of device has 1.920×1.080 pixels, the display is full HD. On the back side there is a flash – supported camera with 13 megapixel, also the camera can capture 100 photos at 8 frames per second simultaneously recording the video. There is also 2 megapixel camera in the front side of Asus PadFone Infinity , battery capacity is 2400 mAh. The retail price of Asus PadFone Infinity will be approximately 999 EUR or $310, the launching in Taiwan will start in April of this year, the other regions will follow after.

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Google Glasses

Competition of Testers for Google Glasses

Google announced about competition of testers for reality Glasses, which the company presented in 2012. There are some conditions for testers: first – to live in the territory of the USA, second- to be more than seventeen years, third- to be ready to buy glasses for $1500. There are no free of charge examples of glasses. The candidate has to write a short story (approximately fifty words) on subject ” What shall I do, if I have glasses”, and it is possible to put video or photo to the story. The story should be placed in Twitter or Google +. Applications for participation in competition are accepted till February 27. With authors of best stories Google will contact. At the same time, Google published new photos and a video about the opportunities of reality glasses. The video is about functions and appearance of device.

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Nanosatellite Controlled by Google Nexus One

Nanosatellite Controlled by Google Nexus One

Scientists from the University of Surrey and the company Surrey Satellite Technology Limited (SSTL) have created the first nanosatellite controlled by Google Nexus One. Very soon, on February 25, will be launched satellite STRaND-1 (Surrey Training, Research and Nanosatellite Demonstrator), the management of which will be controlled by Google Nexus One.The development of satellite STRaND-1 took about three months, it is the most compact satellite in the world, its weight is 4 kg, and height of a total of 30 cm. He belongs to a special class of satellites, known as nanosatellite, the mass of which varies from 1 to 10 kg. The idea is that the smartphone is already contains all that is necessary companion: a camera, a radio, an accelerometer, a processor.

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Lernstift Digital Pen

Lernstift Digital Pen Based on Linux

Lernstift digital pen notifies the user about all cases of misspellings. The pen works on the basis of Linux. Special sensors track the movement and allow to detect errors, and in case of their detection comes vibrating signal. Lernstift works in two modes: Calligraphy Mode and Orthography Mode. In the mode of calligraphy pen notifies the error in calligraphy, and in the orthography mode identifies spelling and grammar errors. There are two varieties of digital pen. So, the first generation of devices should appear in the middle of 2013. It will be handle with motion sensors and the system, to identify the words.

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Curiosity drilling mars surface

Curiosity Drilling Mars Surface

NASA’s Curiosity rover is preparing to use its drill to bore into a Martian rock in the coming days. The rover carried out “pre-load” testing on January 27, placing the drill tip on a series of four locations on the rock and pressing down to test whether the amount of force applied to the hardware matches predictions formulated by NASA engineers. The team next planned to have Curiosity conduct an overnight pre-load test, into Monday morning January 28, to gain assurance that the large temperature change from day to night at the location doesn’t add excessive stress on the arm while pressing on the drill.

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Black Hornet Nano

The Forces of Great Britain Armed with a 16 gram helicopter Black Hornet Nano

According to UK Ministry of Defense British Forces in Afghanistan received miniature spy drone, 16 gram helicopter Black Hornet Nano up to 10 centimeters in length and two and a half in width. Black Hornet Nano is equipped with a miniature camera that can transmit both video and photos. Despite its compact size Black Hornet Nano is capable of operating in critical weather conditions. According to BBC News, the device is equipped with a battery and can cover up to 800 feet in the air or up to 30 minutes. As reported BBC News, in the total of the British military Department has ordered 160 Black Hornet Nano to 20 million pounds sterling (31,5 million dollars). Using the helicopters in Afghanistan began in 2012.

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