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Innovation

A Kinect-Powered Theme Park Opens In South Korea

Through using technology, innovation is at its best and this is just what d’strict, a new media entertainment company, has done. It has taken the concept of virtual reality to a whole new level with the “Live Part 4D World Tour”. It is a new theme park opened recently in South Korea and has 65 various kinds of attractions. This whole lot of fun…
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Wireless Bike Brake Concept

Computer scientists at the Sarland University have developed a new wireless braking system for bicycles and it is all done with a range of wireless devices. The wireless braking system for bicycles is made up of a a wireless transmitter on the hand grip and a motorized disk brake caliper. Perfected in the fact that it has a reliability of…
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Verizon Starts Application Innovation Center In San Francisco

Verizon officially opening the Application Innovation Center (AIC) in San Francisco, located near Silicon Valley and close to a growing nexus of developers in the city. Developers both big and small will be able to take advantage of several labs, where optimize and polish their ideas and collaborative between developers and a wide range of Verizon…
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Drift Innovation HD Action Camera With HD Recording

Drift Innovation New HD Action Camera with HD Recording, 4x Digital Zoom and 1.5-Inch LCD Screen and lot more. The Drift HD action camera is the most feature-rich hands-free video camera on the market. It offers innovative features that you can't find in other helmet cameras - like an LCD screen for lining up that perfect shot and an RF remote to…
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HP New Notebook Portfolio Powered With AMD

HP upgrades 11 Pavilion and ProBook laptops to AMD Llano APUs and on the consumer side, the Pavilion dv (dv4, dv6, dv7) and g (g4, g6, g7) series are both getting in on the action, with the dv models touting fancier additions like Beats Audio and CoolSense as justifications for their dearer pricing. For the more demure or business-oriented AMD…
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IBM Smarter Traveler Traffic Prediction Tool

In Moscow, drivers reported an average delay of two-and-a-half hours when asked to report the length of the worst traffic jam they experienced in the past three years and the recent IBM Commuter Pain Study paints a grim picture of metropolitan-area commuters in many cities struggling to get to and from work each day, often with negative…
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Google Bids $900 Million For Nortel

Google and Nortel have agreed on the princely sum of $900 million to start off a stalking horse auction for the acquisition of Nortel's rather vast patent portfolio and the sale comes as part of the latter company's bankruptcy selloff and involves some 6,000 patents and patent applications, which encompass both wired and wireless communications,…
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