Iris scans, biometrics, DNA and voice prints have been using for different purpose nowadays but have you ever think about combining them into one software? In this regard, FBI is trying to use all of those recognitions with the Next Generation Identification (NGI). With this features, the software will play an important role in identifying the suspects and lead to faster arrest.
From the early days, Mozilla has been focused on empowering users across platforms and devices. We released Firefox Home as an experiment in bringing a part of the Firefox experience to iOS, focusing on Firefox Sync. This project provided valuable insight and experience with the platform, but we have decided to remove Firefox Home from the Apple App Store and focus our resources on other projects.
For those interested in continuing to use or improve the iOS Sync client that Firefox Home is built on, we have made the source available on GitHub, free of Mozilla trademarks and ready for independent development. As with all Mozilla projects, we ask developers to be aware of the Mozilla trademark policy.
We remain committed to providing compelling user experiences across as many platforms and devices as possible and will continue to explore the best ways to provide great experiences to iOS users.
Some of the IRP researchers have worked over the past 5 years to a project which seem ambitious, namely to restore nerve connections inside a damaged spine. As you can see from the movie the results are impressive: thanks to a chemical solution injected into the affected area, stimulating electrodes and a harness robotic guinea pig has developed new connections which would put the two separate sections of the spine until then interrupted.
If you are waiting for Tegra 3 LTE phone in 2012, then you can give up now since the company turn to postpone the projects to Q1 of 2013. It is clear enough to stay hungry for this fast chip in 2012. We still don’t know the reason behind this delay but I will try to trace more information as soon as possible.
After the talk of the natural version with real bamboo, the producers decided to propose a new project: the ” iBamboo Speaker”, a simple and brilliant speaker in the shape of bamboo but built using recycled plastic.
iBamboo Speaker is a simple but brilliant speaker perfectly compatible with iPhone
4 and iPhone 4S. As you can see from the pictures, the accessory requires no power or batteries to operate. Simply place your iPhone 4/4S slot and you’re done. Play back your favorite songs and iBamboo serve as speaker, which will – according to its creator – a crisp sound and strong.
iBamboo Speaker will soon be available for $ 29.00. For more details and pictures you should visit the homepage ibamboospeaker.com.
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HONG KONG (Reuters) – Two Chinese appliance and electronics retailers, regarded by some as the country’s answers to Best Buy Co Inc , are racing to beef up their e-commerce arms and tap the booming but highly competitive online retail market.
Although relative latecomers to the game, analysts say the moves by Suning Appliance Co Ltd <002024.SZ> and GOME Electrical Appliances Holdings Ltd <0493.HK> are still timely. The companies can capitalize on e-commerce to broaden their customer bases at a time when appliance demand has been damped by a slowdown in China’s housing market, they said.
The benefits are clear: lower cost distribution across the geographically huge market without the need to open new physical retail outlets.
“The time is definitely right and arguably it is late for the retailers to get into e-commerce, given that many consumers have established online shopping habits,” said Dale Preston, managing director of Nielsen’s Greater China Retail Measurement.
The CellScope project of the University of Berkeley seeks to turn any mobile phone into a microscope. At first glance, the interest is trivial and yet, this technology could help raise the level of diagnostics in the remotest regions of the world, particularly sub-Saharan Africa.
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Here is the latest project of Joey Roth on a wooden gadget, the Felt Mouse. This felt mouse is likely to be the world’s first computer mouse made from wool felt, teak, and aluminum. With an incredibly unique form, I think this prototype is much ready for production. “This prototype will be show for the first time on Friday May 13 – Monday May 16, 12PM to 7PM daily, as part of the American Design Club’s exhibit “Use Me” at 45 Great Jones Street.”