Choose the connected cap Lifebeam Smart Hat to track your activity

Lifebeam Smart Hat

The connected objects are now everywhere and in different forms. One of the latest in comes in the form of a cap that embeds several sensors and a Bluetooth connection. An alternative to the connected watch to count steps and monitor activity. Now, although we know that we can measure daily activity through a connected watch. But other devices will also appear and may represent a serious alternative to this type of monitoring: the connected headset. Screwed on the head (this is an expression, the cap is normally worn like…

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Seiren Razer Pro, microphone for quality recordings

Seiren Razer Pro

Today, posting a video on YouTube has become extremely easy and this digital activity is increasingly practiced. Still, in many cases, the quality of the audio recordings leaves much to be desired. Razer has announced the release of a digital microphone specially designed for those who want to make no compromise on quality. The new microphone Seiren Razer Pro is a device that is for YouTube contributors or those who wish to make quality audio recordings. With an XLR and USB connection socket can be easily connected to a suitable…

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Iconia One 8, a new Tablet designed for the touch

Acer Iconia One 8

The manufacturer Acer has announced the release of a new touchscreen tablet, Iconia One 8. Equipped with 8 inch touch screen, it relies on advanced features like the ability to use it with any tip and recognize gestures in order to run different functions. Currently, it must be said that tablets will follow and are very similar in terms of design and functionality. However, Acer released Iconia One 8, a device that relies on technologies built into the screen and especially Precision Plus which offers, according to the manufacturer, a…

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The Seaboard, a revolutionary music interface

The Seaboard

At first, The Seaboard has everything a traditional keyboard. But looking more closely, we realize that with its surface of contact in silicone, this instrument is not really like the others. On a classic piano, each key has a specified height. The Seaboard, meanwhile, is not limited by ratings or even by keys. Under his silicone keyboard, the device embeds a series of pressure sensors that allow expression of sound that a traditional keyboard would not allow.

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Firefox Vs Internet Explorer What You Need To Know

Firefox or Internet Explorer

The debate about Firefox or Internet Explorer, which is the best browser, has been going on for a long time now. While both the browsers have its own share of loyal users’ base around the world it is still an open race, it cannot be pinpointed yet that a certain browser is better than the other. Both the browsers have its own unique features and comes with its own set of pros and cons. If you are doing a comparison between Firefox and Internet then here is what you need…

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HP Spectre x360: A convertible for master them all

HP Spectre x360

HP has announced the availability of its HP Spectre x360. We are talking about a convertible ultrabook which has become the flagship of the firm in this segment and that, in the past, Mobile World Congress in Barcelona was awarded as the best notebook presented at the fair. From the point of view of design, the great strength of the device, we speak of a laptop built in a single piece of aluminum, which has a thickness of only 15.9mm at its thinnest part and 1.49kg of weight. The sides…

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Facebook Messenger already has web interface with its own domain

facebook messenger

After announcing that transform Facebook Messenger on a platform for instant messaging, the company of the world’s most widely used social network announce that it has taken the concept of using the messaging service as a separate app to a web site, with the domain of www.messenger.com. This marks another step in the intention to transform Facebook Messenger on a separate platform, which for use require an account on the social network, as with a Gmail account can access all Google services. The Facebook Messenger web application looks very similar…

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Samsung gives details about the Gear A, a round smartwatch

Samsung Gear A

In the MWC 2015 in Barcelona Samsung announced that it was developing a new SmartWatch, The Gear A, which would have the peculiarity that would be round, more suitable to the tastes of people looking for a more classic design in smartwatches, which reminded a little analog clocks of a lifetime, and that seemed a little less to a “complex” electronic device. There will be two variants of Gear A. One that will be as standard Bluetooth network connection and other that will incorporate 3G connection, in addition to being…

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Importance of backup software

importance of backup

Backups are the most essential thing to have when you are using your system. If you are trying to upgrade or if your computer crashes, then the backup is one thing that you can rely upon. Experts always advise on having a proper backup before you try out new things on your system. Taking proper backup can be a time consuming affair, so there are many users who avoid getting into the complication of taking a backup. There are different types of backup available and depending on your nature of…

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Sony Xperia E4g, 4G smartphone for 129 euros

Sony Xperia E4G

Sony updates a terminal already announced a couple of weeks ago adding 4G connectivity and confirming the final specifications of the model probably be the one to finally see in Europe, The Xperia E4G. This interesting bet for input range inherits some premium features of his older brothers maintaining a very competitive price and it is emerging as the ideal for those who want to make the leap to 4G without spending too much alternative. It will be available in April for 129 euro in white or black colors.

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