Eye Tracking Market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 29% by Forecast to 2023 By Herald Keeper The Eye Tracking technology is a technique provides in full image quality when the image reflects on the retina. The eye tracking devices also gathers the data in the quickest ways, which is cost effective and provide the open source software platforms which is expected to drive the market of eye tracking technology. It also provides real-time visual processing that will increase the demand of virtual reality software and hardware in the gaming and is expected to create new growth opportunities in the near future. ...Read More »
System on a Chip Market is expected to reach at USD 81 billion by 2022 By Herald Keeper A System on a Chip or SoC is a microchip designed for electronic devices and holds all the necessary electronic circuits and parts required for a given system. SoC is used in various electronic equipment?s but the major application areas are smartphones or wearable computer. ...Read More »
Bluetooth Smart and Smart Ready Market Analysis, Size, Share, Growth and Trends by Forecast to 2023 By Herald Keeper Bluetooth technology also offers developers a powerful, secure, low-power and low-cost wireless communications specification. Bluetooth sensors is collecting and wirelessly sharing data with applications stored directly on Bluetooth compatible devices or in the cloud. Thus, growth of smart wireless sensors is one of the major driving factors for the growth of Bluetooth Smart and Smart Ready market. ...Read More »
Functional Safety Market Is Estimated to grow at a CAGR of 8.6% by Forecast to 2023 By Herald Keeper The Functional Safety Market is a concept that provides web app and mobile app developers to link their applications to backend cloud storage and APIs and also providing features that includes user management, push notifications, and integration with social networking services. ...Read More »
Adhesive and Sealants Market for Handheld Devices Estimated to Grow at 7.21% CAGR to Reach USD 7,946.8 Million by 2023 By Herald Keeper An analyst from Market Research Future (MRFR)'s team said, 'Global Adhesives and Sealants Market for Handheld Devices was valued at USD 4,882.6 million in 2016 and is expected to grow at 7.21% CAGR to reach USD 7,946.8 million by the end of 2023. Adhesives & sealants for handheld devices are gaining traction in the global market with the rapidly changing technologies allied with the portable gadgets and devices such as mobile phones & tablets, gaming laptops and detachable laptops among others. The design sophistication of latter mentioned devices and the miniaturization trend requires bonding agents that doesn't jeopardize the quality and performance of these devices, which in turn is driving the global market. ...Read More »
Mingis on Tech: For the new iPhones, 'X' marks the spot By IDG.TV Apple on Tuesday unveiled its long-awaited smartphone line-up, with the new iPhone 8 and 8 Plus available later this month. But the flagship iPhone X the one techies will really want won't arrive until November. ...Read More »
The evolution of Samsung's Galaxy S By IDG.TV Get a look at how the key features of Samsung's Galaxy S smartphone have evolved from its debut in 2010 to today's Galaxy S8 and S8+. ...Read More »
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 vs LG G6 | Smartphone Camera Shootout By IDG.TV Hot off the presses is the Galaxy Note 8, Samsungs latest flagship phone. Can Samsung's new dual camera system topple the LG G6, our current pick for smartphone camera dominance? Let's test them both! ...Read More »
The Father and The Bear By Miles Weston Indie filmmakers are in the business because they have stories they have to create, tell, share. Stories they have to shoot, edit. Storeis they have to save. Stories they have to share. John Putch's The Father and The Bear is one of those stories and he touched all of the bases. It is a story you can enjoy and learn from. ...Read More »
How to Hack a Smartphone, Part 1 By IDG.TV Meir Machlin of Trust Digital demonstrates how to hack a smartphone using SMS. ...Read More »
How to Hack a Smartphone, Part 2 By IDG.TV In the second of two parts, Meir Machlin of Trust Digital continues his demonstration of a smartphone hack. In this demonstration, Machlin turns of security settings remotely and wipes the device. ...Read More »
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Saving Energy & Money with Home Depot By Clip Syndicate With temperatures and humidity soaring, keep the hot air out and the cold air in with five do-it-yourself projects for your home. · Saving energy means saving money—as much as 20% on your utility bill, and possibly more. · Let’s walk through each projects from windows to lighting. Whether you are looking to stay cool or cut down on cooling costs, here are some go-to energy saving tips. · First, test how efficient your home is by taking our Home Efficiency Audit. Go to ecooptions.homedepot.com to check it out STEP ONE: Windows: Updating your windows can be an investment, but a smart investment that saves you energy and gives your home a fresh look. Thanks to advances in technology, windows not only enhance the look of the home, but also keep the home cooler (warmer in the winter). It can also reduce outside noise if you consider double or triple pane windows. ENERGY STAR qualified windows can help reduce your energy bill and save you from to $150 to $500 a year. American Craftsman Vinyl Window are a great option here in Little Rock. They are durable, energy efficient and attractive for many years to come. These windows have a lifetime warranty and easy to clean vinyl. The Low-E insulating glass lowers energy costs and helps homes stay cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter by reflecting sunlight away from the home in hot weather and heat back into the home in cold weather. Home Depot Services Once you decide on new windows, find easy and certified help on the install from The Home Depot. Schedule a free in-home consultation, and The Home Depot will send an authorized service provider to your home. These professionals are local, licensed and insured with The Home Depot performing background checks on all providers. Once confirmed, the service provider will come to your house and perform an inspection. This is a worthwhile investment that will help identify and fix small issues saving you energy and money. The Home Depot offers wood and vinyl replacement along with new window installation. STEP TWO: Programmable Smart Thermostats: Upgrading your outdated thermostat to one that is programmable can save more than $200 a year. Smart programmable thermostats like the Honeywell Wi-Fi Smart Thermostat are designed for ease of use and energy savings. This thermostat offers free smartphone app, smart response technology for the precise temperature and pre-programmed energy savings schedule. It also lets you know when your filter needs to be changed with auto alerts. It works with the Wink home automation network, keeping you fully connected. DEMO ONE: Show back of thermostat and talk through the installation process. Have product out of packaging – have all the tools needed to show how to install and just talk through what to have and how long it should take. Begin by turning off the power for your heating and air-conditioning system at the main service panel. Thread the low-voltage wires through the base of the new thermostat and mount the thermostat base on the wall using the screws included with the thermostat. Connect the low-voltage wires to the appropriate screw terminals on the thermostat base. Install the battery or batteries in the thermostat body (if applicable), and attach the body to the thermostat base. Restore power to your heating/cooling system, then program the thermostat according to the manufacturer's instructions. STEP THREE: Ceiling Fans: Ceiling fans can complement any decor, increase comfort by cooling the room, and help save money on your energy bill. If you use air conditioning, a ceiling fan will allow you to raise the thermostat setting about 4°F with no reduction in comfort. Fans like the Hunter WhisperWind has a motor that delivers ultra-powerful air movement with whisper-quiet performance so you get the cooling power you want without the noise. The latest ceiling fans make installation quicker and easier. The Hampton Bay Rockport Ceiling Fan, for example, is exclusive to The Home Depot and includes three unique technologies: Quickinstall Blades, Slide on Mounting Bracket and AccuArm. QuickInstall Blades: This quick blade installation technology is patented and exclusive to Home Depot only, there are no other quick connect blades like it on the market today Slide on Mounting Bracket: Allows bracket to hold onto ceiling while wires connected, making a two person job a one-person job. AccuArm: Allows for true alignment without dealing with screws. To choose the right size fan, measure the room (length of the longest wall in the room) Less than 12 feet – use a fan 36 inches or less 12 to 15 feet – use 40 to 48 inches More than 15 feet – use 52 inches or more DEMO TWO: Bring a tape measure to show measuring a blade when talking about it, measure one of the fans mentioned above blade, so have out of packaging. Then show the quick install blade on Hampton Bay, click in while talking about above. STEP FOUR: LED LIGHT BULBS: Replace incandescent lightbulbs with LEDs. Replacing standard lightbulbs with energy efficient LEDs will bring you immediate savings on your electricity bill and can be done in minutes. LEDs use 80% less energy than incandescent bulbs. Incandescent bulbs get hot—that’s why you can’t touch them when they’re on—LED technology does not produce heat and conserve energy. This Eco Smart LED is exclusive technology to The Home Depot and lasts longer than a decade, so you don’t have to worry about changing bulbs. Eco Smart is brighter than competitors (800 lumens versus 750) so you need less bulbs to brighten space. This bulb has an estimated annual energy cost of only $1.08/bulb (about 80% less than incandescent) saving money on your energy bills. REBATES: A lot of these bulbs and other products apply towards energy efficiency rebates, you can go on homedepot.com to see what does just type in rebate finder http://www.homedepot.com/rebate-center DEMO THREE: Bring a small lamp and screw in an ECO Smart LED bulb. Turn on the lamp and, during the segment, have the host touch it to show how it doesn’t get hot. STEP FIVE: SEAL THE GAPS WITH CAULK: Sealing air leaks around your home with caulking and insulation can save 10 – 20% on power bills. Caulk, like DAP, can seal the cracks and openings to the outside to keep the cool air in and warm air out. Consider using a weather-resistant foam sealant, like Great Stuff, if sealing in a visible place. It resists moisture and can be sanded, painted and stained for a more appealing look. ...Read More »
Video in Business By David Hague To most people, "video" invokes the idea of entertainment. The latest blockbuster movie about some superhero or another, a favorite TV show that seems to go on forever such as MASH or more lately, something internet based on a file sharing service such as YouTube, Facebook or Vimeo, usually containing 60 seconds of badly shot video using a smartphone, no composition, little if any editing and garbled audio. Stereotyping? Sure! But it is the truth more often than not and may have turned you off one of the very best uses of video there is. To market your business. ...Read More »
Innovation and Technology the Driving Force behind 3D Printing Advances It seems as though 3D printing is benefiting from a number of advancements made in terms of innovation and technology, and is now taking on all new materials to print on. While traditional materials used for 3D printing have been restricted to plastic and metal, companies are now using organs, food, sand, ceramics, and so much more. In fact, some of the creations sound as though they are straight out of a science fiction movie, such as a 3D printed building or limb. ...Read More »
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