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Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 vs Google LG Nexus 4: Price & Specifications …
Released earlier this year, the Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 is an unique dual SIM smartphone that offers stability and features powerful hardware. However, does the smart device actually deliver for its price and could it satisfy the most demanding of users?
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Samsung's New Galaxy Gear Watches: Goodbye Android, Hello Tizen
The huge Mobile World Congress show is starting in Barcelona, which means that the next few days will be jam-packed with announcements of new phones, tablets, wearables and other mobile gadgetry. One of the first big unveilings: Samsung's Galaxy Gear …
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Samsung Galaxy S5 Priced Lower Than S4
News site G For Games reported this: “According to the Korean media, the official Samsung Galaxy S5 “factory price” is 800.000 won (roughly $ 744). Some of you might remember that Galaxy S4′s original asking price, in Korea, was 890.000 won (roughly …
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These are the glasses developed by Evena Medical that permit physicians and registered nurses to see through a patient’s skin and spot veins. That means when they should stick a needle in you they do not miss. Due to the fact that each time a nurse misses out on a vein, they’re actually just stabbing you.
The Evena Eyes-On uses a spectral approach where it pulses four different kinds of light that are then combined into a single composite image disclosing the veins under the skin. The glasses are created to work wirelessly to allow the physician or registered nurse to work freely with them and not be restricted while they’re working. The image is then shown very plainly on a linked tablet which is likewise able to show the clients important indications, these are also forecasted into the users field of view much like Google Glass. This lets the image be overlaid onto the patients body instead of needing to switch over between taking a look at the client and the tablet.
Hello– seeing through skin, that’s cool. But didn’t we, uh, didn’t we avoid the step where we can see with t-shirts and bras? Due to the fact that I want to return to that step if we did. It’s crucial to me. Did I state to me? I indicated to science. Keep opting for a video demo including some needle and veinage that made me queasy because I don’t do needles. Knives and swords, no problem.
Motorola XOOM 2 MZ608 VS Asus VivoTab RT TF600T, specifications : XOOM 2 Media Edition 3G MZ608 comp. VivoTab RT TF600T, : Dual-core, 1.2 GHz Cortex-A9, 800 …
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Microsoft has made a subtle change to its minimum hardware requirements for Windows 8 tablets recently. The alteration, spotted by ZDNet’s Ed Bott, allows hardware makers to create Windows 8 tablets with a minimum resolution of 1024 x 768. Windows 8 has long supported this resolution, but specific tablet hardware requirements from Microsoft have prevented device manufacturers from adopting it on strictly tablet devices.
A slight caveat means that OEMs must disclose that devices at 1024 x 768 do not support Windows 8′s new Snap View feature, to run apps side-by-side. Despite the forced disclosure, Microsoft’s real intentions are in preparation for its Blue update later this year. A leaked build of Windows Blue has revealed that Microsoft…
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what are the ratings & specifications of the stepper motor which i should use in my robotics project??
Question by royalmeddy: what are the ratings & specifications of the stepper motor which i should use in my robotics project??
these motors will have to withstand a weight of about 8 Kg.
from where can i get these motors and their driver circuit?
Answer by suspendor
That depends entirely on the requirements of your project. Contact a stepper motor manufacturer for their specification charts.
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The 1.2GHz dual-core processor was startlingly fast. It actually felt a wee bit quicker than our Galaxy S II, and given that Ice Cream Sandwich and the Galaxy Nexus were apparently built for one another, we’re assuming there’s some deeply ingrained optimizations to thank. Swiping from pane to pane was faster than its ever been on Android, and the new Roboto font actually is super eye-pleasing. The touch response of the capacitive buttons — much like those on the original Nexus One — take a bit of getting used to, and we had to mash ‘em just a touch harder than we anticipated to elicit a response. Not necessarily a bad thing, just a thing worth noting. We’ve built our impressions after the break, replete with a video The overall phone feels adequately thin, and while the 4.65-inch display sounds gargantuan, the handset itself doesn’t feel so massive to hold. Until, of course, you grab the comparatively minuscule Nexus One. Still, we’ve been clamoring for a 1280 x 720 display on a smartphone for what feels like forever, and now that it’s here on the Galaxy Nexus, we aren’t about the kvetch. Indeed, the panel looks downright gorgeous, with unbeatable viewing angles, remarkably crisp text and graphics and a beautiful feel as one swipes across it. The fingerprint magnet that is a glossy overcoat is still here, but it’s the only feel niggle we’ve found on the screen as a whole. Having the 3.5mm headphone jack on the rear seems like a necessary design choice given the tapering …
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We are less than 24 hours away from Nokia’s Mobile World Congress 2012 press event and it appears one of the company’s new Windows Phone devices has made its way online. A single image of an alleged Lumia 610 handset was posted to Twitter this weekend by an unofficial Nokia_N8 account. We are unable to confirm the authenticity of the image, but specifications for the rumored device appear to have leaked too.
BGR India claims the Lumia 610 will feature a 3.2-inch display, 3-megapixel camera, and will run Windows Phone Tango. The site says the handset will be priced at around $ 233 when it is launched in India. We have heard a number of details about Tango and its timing, including the fact that it will push the minimum hardware…
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Whoa, welcome to the new decade SageTV! Nearly two full years after introducing the HD Theater HD200, the aforesaid company is hitting back with the HD Theater 300 — and frankly, the timing couldn’t possibly be worse. Last month, a $149.95 price tag on a no-name streamer may have looked attractive, but with the revised Apple TV and price-adjusted Roku line, we get the feeling this one will be a hard sell. At any rate, this new networked set-top box boasts a non-stackable design, a Toslink optical audio jack, HDMI 1.3 socket, a pair of USB jacks and an Ethernet connector. It also supports Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD/MA (which means you’re cleared to bitstream to your HDMI 1.3 receiver), but you’ll need to pony up an extra $29.95 for a WiFi dongle. Yeah, bummer. The outfit suggests that you turn this critter into a whole home DVR solution by running SageTV Media Center software alongside of it, but you should probably know that you’ll have some trouble if trying to shove DRM’d content through it. It’s available for pre-order down in the source link if you’re interested.
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