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Tech News, Reviews & Analysis

Tech News, Reviews & Analysis

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Microsoft's Azure Moves into Internet of Things Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform is expanding into the Internet of Things with the IoT Suite, a convergence and expansion of Azure’s existing offerings. Some of its components have already been released, but will all be brought together under the Azure IoT suite name when it is released later this year. These services are designed for businesses transitioning into the digital space, including those incorporating remote monitoring, asset management, and predictive maintenance. The Azure Intelligence Systems Service was previewed in April 2014, but Azure’s IoT Suite will expand on its capabilities. It will also incorporate Azure Stream Analytics, currently in preview, which monitors real time data from devices in order to help businesses predict what trends might be affecting their industry next, as well as to automate services or responses.

Microsoft Garage Introduces News Pro 2.0 with New Bot Called Rowe The latest update to News Pro adds a personal news agent called Rowe, an automated bot that will help you find news and perform other tasks within the app. Considering Microsoft Garage is a skunkworks division that works outside normal product teams to deliver services not suitable for normal Microsoft services, it is gathering pace. The division is releasing new apps, services, and updates at a fast rate and the latest is News Pro 2.0, the second iteration of the news curator. The first News Pro was launched earlier in the year, and the new update expands on the initial release with new features and performance improvements. The app still performs the same function, allowing users on the Web or iPhone to see aggregated news based on their interests and work, but it now has some tidy new features.

Patent US20140258276 - Social annotations for enhanced search results - Google Patents The Internet provides access to a wide variety of resources, such as image files, audio files, video files, and web pages. A search system can identify resources in response to queries submitted by users and provide information about the resources in a manner that is useful to the users. The users then navigate through (e.g., click on) the search results to acquire information of interest to the users. Users of search systems are often searching for information regarding a specific entity. For example, users may want to learn about a singer that they just heard on the radio.

Portadas de videojuegos hechas películas Originally Posted by nynt9 Friend of mine made this but he doesn't have a GAF account so I'm posting this for him: Originally Posted by TheMoon The Cabin in the WoodsTopical :DOMG OMG OMG OMG!!I was just sitting here thinking of a game to fit to that but the obvious thing didn't come to me! AWESOMESAUCE! :D Ding Dong: Smart Peephole + Doorbell + Security Camera Meet the Ding Dong Doorbell: a WiFi peephole with infrared night vision, two-way communication system, and remote mobile monitoring to help you keep an eye on your property. It works as a peephole, doorbell, and a day/night surveillance camera. It can automatically capture photos of intruders.

Amazon puts Alexa in the browser with Amazon has put Alexa, the voice-powered AI software found in the Echo, Dot and Tap, right inside the browser with the launch of After logging in with an Amazon account, anyone can start asking Alexa questions by clicking and holding on the mic button. Amazon’s Alexa is able to answer basic questions around information, weather, news and music and control other gadgets in the home. But since launch, one of the real differentiators for the Echo has been integration with third-party developers. Patent US20140040626 - Anonymization and reattribution framework for offline identifiers - Google Patents Aspects of the present application relate generally to the field of processing data associated with a user. More specifically, certain implementations of the present disclosure relate to anonymization and reattribution framework for offline identifiers. The expansion of unique identifiers (e.g., barcodes, quick response (QR) codes, radio frequency identification (RFID) tags, near field communication (NFC) proximity sensors, GPS units) into the offline space means users will be at risk of significant privacy harm if such identifiers are stolen and then traced back to the respective users. As users have acquired more offline devices with identifiers (e.g., watches with NFC chips, clothing apparel with unique barcodes or QR codes, RFID tags on bicycles, etc.), they have lost the ability to manage offline analytics data related to usage of the offline device. The present disclosure relates to a method and system for an anonymization and reattribution framework for offline identifiers.

Wireless electricity products spark a new industry January 15, 2009 The promise of wireless electricity has been around for over 100 years. Nikola Tesla spent much of his productive life experimenting with wireless power, the familiar Tesla coils is actually a resonant wireless power transmitter, and the dream of wireless power was also his undoing when his Wardenclyffe project was terminated in 1904. Over the following decades very little research has been conducted with the prominent exception of Bill Brown who’s experiments in microwave wireless power transmission culminated in a successful demonstration in 1975 by transmitting 30kw over 1 mile at 82.5% efficiency at the Goldstone Deep Space Communication Complex. View all Wireless power research was dormant again unit 2007 when an MIT scientist demonstrated wireless powering of a 60W light bulb with 40% efficiency at a 2m (7ft) distance using two 60cm-diameter coils.

Fusion will now emoji the news using Facebook Messenger Fusion readers have plenty of options when it comes to reading or watching the publication’s stories. They can go to its website, check them out on Instant Articles and catch them on TV. Now, they can get them on Facebook Messenger, too. The millennial-focused digital publication this week started its first chatbot for Facebook Messenger. Called “Emoji News,” it does exactly what you think: Once followed, users receive capsule summaries of Fusion’s top stories, with select keywords and phrases replaced by emojis. Users can subscribe to the Emoji News bot by searching for it on Facebook.