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Monday, August 22, 2016

SONY launches DUALSHOCK 4 USB Wireless Adaptor, Now you can connect a PS4 controller to your PC or Mac - Price, Availability


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Written by G.Я     8/22/2016 09:52:00 am  No comments
SONY launches DUALSHOCK 4 USB Wireless Adaptor, Now you can connect a PS4 controller to your PC or Mac. Sony today announces the launch of DUALSHOCK 4 USB Wireless Adaptor. The Adaptor - available from 15th September, allows you to connect a DUALSHOCK 4 wireless controller to your Windows PC or Mac via Bluetooth.
SONY launches DUALSHOCK 4 USB Wireless Adaptor, Now you can connect a PS4 controller to your PC or Mac
SONY launches DUALSHOCK 4 USB Wireless Adaptor, Now you can connect a PS4 controller to your PC or Mac
Simply insert the Adaptor into a USB port on your computer and then follow a quick pairing process to connect your controller. You can then enjoy wireless play with compatible applications - such as PlayStation 4 (PS4) Remote Play, with access to all the same great DUALSHOCK 4 features and functionality: buttons, analogue sticks, touch pad, light bar, motion sensors, vibration, and stereo headset jack. You can then start streaming your PS4 games to a PC or Mac - so you can keep on playing, even when you're away from the TV.

Pricing & Availability
The DUALSHOCK 4 wireless controller and Adaptor are also compatible with the PlayStation Now subscription service on Windows PC, available on 24th August for $24.99 in the UK, Belgium and Netherlands.

Players can download the PlayStation Now app to gain instant access to an ever-expanding library of over 300 classic PlayStation 3 titles, streamed straight to your computer.

Saturday, August 20, 2016

Facebook launches Lifestage, a teens-only social networking app for iOS devices


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Written by G.Я     8/20/2016 03:05:00 pm  No comments
Facebook launches Lifestage, a teens-only social networking app for iOS devices. Facebook has today launched a new app called Lifestage for iOS devices. Lifestage makes it easy and fun to share a visual profile of who you are with your school network. Simply capture into a field on your profile, then post it on your profile.
Facebook launches Lifestage, a teens-only social networking app for iOS devices
Facebook launches Lifestage, a teens-only social networking app for iOS devices
Once your school is unlocked, you can access the profiles of others in your school community (and all over!) so you can get to know people better in your school and nearby schools, discover others who are into the same stuff you are, and connect with them.
 
Features:
+ It's not just about the happy moments - build a video profile of the things you like, but also things you don’t like.
+ Post what you are into right now - and replace the video in that field whenever you want
+ Share to dozens of fields in sections of your profile.
+ Change out and replace your videos in fields at any moment, as often as you like.
 
If your school is unlocked:
+ Discover video profiles created by others in your school to learn more about them.
+ Find contacts for all your favorite people and let others know how to get in touch with you.
 
Note: Everything you post in Lifestage is always public and viewable by everyone, inside and outside your school. There is no way to limit the audience of your videos. Facebook can't confirm that people who claim to go to a certain school actually go to that school. All videos you upload to your profile are fully public content.
 

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Intel announces Project Alloy 'merged reality' headset with RealSense technology


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Written by G.Я     8/16/2016 02:43:00 pm  No comments
Intel announces Project Alloy 'merged reality' headset with RealSense technology. During the opening keynote of the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, August 16, 2016, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich unveiled Project Alloy, an all-in-one virtual reality solution leveraging Intel RealSense technology. A clear example of the future of merged reality today, the Alloy platform completely redefines what is possible in an all-in-one VR platform. Project Alloy will be offered as an open platform in 2017.
Intel announces Project Alloy 'merged reality' headset with RealSense technology
Intel announces Project Alloy 'merged reality' headset with RealSense technology
Alloy delivers a set of new and immersive experiences thanks to Intel's RealSense technologies that are optimized for VR usages. These include:

Go untethered: Operate without pesky cords dangling from your VR headset connecting to the computer. The computing power is located in the Alloy Head-Mounted Device (HMD), which allows the user to experience VR untethered. That means you can "cut the VR cord," allowing a free range of motion with 6 degrees-of-freedom across a large space.  This, combined with collision detection and avoidance, enables the user to utilize physical movement to explore a virtual space.

Immersive experience: Through merged reality, see your hands, see your friends … see the wall you are about to run into. Using Intel RealSense technology, not only can you see these elements from the real world, but you can use your hands to interact with elements of your virtual world, merging realities.

No external sensors: Alloy's merged reality is made possible by Intel RealSense cameras attached to the headset and is not dependent on setting up any external sensors or cameras around the room.

Available to make your own: The Alloy HMD is an example of how Intel's suite of sensing and computing technologies, such as Intel RealSense technology, are being made available to developers, makers and inventors to deliver the future of immersive experiences. Additionally, Intel is collaborating with Microsoft to optimize Windows-based content and experiences on Intel-based VR devices such as Alloy.

Intel will open the Alloy hardware and provide open APIs for the ecosystem, allowing developers and partners to create their own branded products from the Alloy design, in 2017.

Monday, August 15, 2016

Google Duo video calling app with Knock Knock feature launches on Android and iOS - Video


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Written by G.Я     8/15/2016 04:49:00 pm  No comments
Google Duo video calling app with Knock Knock feature launches on Android and iOS. Today, Google launched Duo - a simple 1-to-1 video calling app for Android and iOS. Duo takes the complexity out of video calling - all you need is a phone number. Google built Duo with an emphasis on privacy and security, and all Duo calls are end-to-end encrypted. Duo will be available worldwide in the next few days.
Google Duo video calling app with Knock Knock feature launches on Android and iOS
Google Duo video calling app with Knock Knock feature launches on Android and iOS
Simple interface
Duo is simple from start to finish. To get started, all you need is your phone number and you'll be able to reach people in your phone's contacts list. No separate account is required, so you can sign up in just a few steps. From there, you can instantly begin a video call with a single tap.

Fast and reliable
Call quality adjusts to changing network conditions to keep you connected - when bandwidth is limited, Duo will gracefully reduce the resolution to keep the call going smoothly. For video calls on the go, Duo will switch between Wi-Fi and cellular data automatically without dropping your call. You can start your call at home, and continue seamlessly even when you head out the door.

Knock Knock
To make calls feel more like an invitation rather than an interruption, Google created a feature in Duo called Knock Knock which lets you see live video of your caller before you answer, giving you a sense of what they're up to and why they want to chat. Knock Knock makes video calling more spontaneous and welcoming, helping you connect with the person before you even pick up.
 
 


Thursday, August 11, 2016

Logitech debuts Pop Home Switch, a smart button to control your home - Price, Availability


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Written by G.Я     8/11/2016 06:53:00 pm  No comments
Logitech debuts Pop Home Switch, a smart button to control your home. Today Logitech introduced the Pop Home Switch Starter Pack and Pop Add-On Home Switch, putting smart home control at your fingertips. After initial set-up, with the push of a button, everyone in the home can control smart home devices to set the scene with lighting presets, Sonos playlists and more.
Logitech debuts Pop Home Switch, a smart button to control your home
Logitech debuts Pop Home Switch, a smart button to control your home
Logitech Pop Home Switch is compatible with a wide range of lighting and smart home products including lighting, door locks, and blinds from companies like LIFX, Phillips Hue, Lutron, and INSTEON, and you can mix and match product controls on an individual switch.

Each switch can trigger three actions using different presses - a single press, a double press, and a long press. For example, you can set individual switches to turn smart products on/off, adjust brightness and scene presets, or quickly access your favorite Sonos music playlists and stations.

Setup is simple. The Pop app (available for Android and iPhone) scans your Wi-Fi network for compatible devices in the home. Then, you can assign individual devices to a switch or combine multiple devices into a single trigger using Recipes -- simple combinations of product controls you can set up using the Pop app. So, if you want to set the mood with lighting and the music turned up for date night, you can do that easily with a single press of Pop. Or if your kids want the music tuned to a specific playlist or the lights bright to help them concentrate when they're studying, they can easily do that with another press.

Plus, pairing your Pop Home Switch with a Logitech Harmony hub-based remote expands the types of devices that Pop can control exponentially with the addition of every entertainment product Harmony can control. The Pop Home Switch can be used to trigger one-touch Harmony Activities, such as "Watch TV" or "Listen to Music", combining both home entertainment and smart home devices like lights, locks, blinds, and more.

Pricing & Availability
The Logitech Pop Home Switch Starter Pack and the Logitech Pop Add-on Home Switch are expected to be available in the U.S. in August. The suggested retail price of the Pop Home Switch Starter Pack is $99.99 and the Pop Add-On Home Switch suggested retail price is $39.99.

The Pop app will be free for both Android and iPhone users, and is expected to be available in the coming weeks.

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