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My Spiroo Can Tell Your Doctor When You’re Out Of Breath

Asthma sufferers use a tool called a peak flow meter to see how much air is passing out of their lungs. It is useful to asses when flare-ups are happening and what outside allergens or problems might be causing a bronchial flare-up. Until recently, all that was available to take this measurement was a very basic mechanical device. My Spiroo aims to fix that with a connected, ultraportable peak… Read More

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please tell me the benefits of T-mobile Samsung Galaxy S?

Question by Austin: please tell me the benefits of T-mobile Samsung Galaxy S?
tomorrow im most likely getting the samsung galaxy s 1 or the new nokia phone for t-mobile so pleae just tell me the good things about the samsung galaxy s 1

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Answer by SavePlanetEarth101
Enjoy the best viewing experience with 4.0” SUPER AMOLED (Active – Matrix Organic Light – Emitting Diode) display. With 80% less reflection, you can watch your favourite content in broad daylight and enjoy a crisp, clear picture. And, with 1Ghz processor, 16GB internal memory, and Wireless Tethering, you have the speed, space, and access you need to stay connected wherever you roam.
I just got a Samsung Galaxy S online and I have done a lot of research. they are better than the iphone 4 in most ways. I would say to definitely buy the samsung, it is so awesome.

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Can anyone tell me about robots?

Question by A Person: Can anyone tell me about robots?
I am doing a project and any information about robots will be very helpful.

Best answer:

Answer by JB
Robots are very “dumb” …they will only make moves that are programmed into their memory system…such as axis moves or movements to the side, up or down…

What do you think? Answer below!

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Can anyone tell me about robots?

Question by A Person: Can anyone tell me about robots?
I am doing a project and any information about robots will be very helpful.

Best answer:

Answer by JB
Robots are very “dumb” …they will only make moves that are programmed into their memory system…such as axis moves or movements to the side, up or down…

Add your own answer in the comments!

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Tell Gmail what to do with the latest Dragon Dictate for Mac

Let’s face it: not everyone uses Nuance’s Dragon Dictate software to power a ridiculously automated dorm room, the less creative among us have had to get by using it to take notes or write term papers. No matter what you do with it, however, you…

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Tell Gmail what to do with the latest Dragon Dictate for Mac

Let’s face it: not everyone uses Nuance’s Dragon Dictate software to power a ridiculously automated dorm room, the less creative among us have had to get by using it to take notes or write term papers. No matter what you do with it, however, you…

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Tell Us The Damn Prices, Samsung

ohcomeon

Samsung just unloaded its mobile product pipeline in Barcelona. All at once, the company revealed the Galaxy S5, Gear 2, Gear Nano and Gear Fit. These are legitimately exciting products.

The Galaxy S5 packs new sensors and is finally waterproof like Sony’s smartphones. It’s pushing into phablet territory with a 5.1-inch, 1920×1080 display, and it comes with a fingerprint reader on the home button, as well as a heart rate monitor around back near the camera flash. The Galaxy S5 is also dust and water-resistant, which may be the most useful new feature to ship on the phone.

Then there are the new Gear watches. Rebranded from Galaxy Gear, the Gear 2, the Gear Nano, and best of all, the Gear Fit, are fine iterations from the original Galaxy Gear. They pack new capabilities and thanks to the use of Tizen instead of Android, feature three times longer battery life.

The Gear Fit is especially interesting since depending on the price, it could steal a serious chunk of the marketshare away from Fitbit, Pebble and Jawbone.

But that’s the thing. Samsung didn’t announce any prices. For anything. The Gear Fit could be $ 17,000. The Galaxy S5 could be twice the price of the S4.

This is standard practice for Samsung. The company will throw a big festive for a new product (remember the Broadway show for the S4?) and then not announce the price. This is by design, as it wants to watch the competition react and then to drum up more press by announcing the price at a later date. Plus, to Samsung’s credit, pricing does vary per market.

However, this is the one thing Samsung should copy from Apple: Announce the product, reveal the capabilities and then announce the price and ship date. Please.

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Tell Us The Damn Prices, Samsung

ohcomeon

Samsung just unloaded its mobile product pipeline in Barcelona. All at once, the company revealed the Galaxy S5, Gear 2, Gear Nano and Gear Fit. These are legitimately exciting products.

The Galaxy S5 packs new sensors and is finally waterproof like Sony’s smartphones. It’s pushing into phablet territory with a 5.1-inch, 1920×1080 display, and it comes with a fingerprint reader on the home button, as well as a heart rate monitor around back near the camera flash. The Galaxy S5 is also dust and water-resistant, which may be the most useful new feature to ship on the phone.

Then there are the new Gear watches. Rebranded from Galaxy Gear, the Gear 2, the Gear Nano, and best of all, the Gear Fit, are fine iterations from the original Galaxy Gear. They pack new capabilities and thanks to the use of Tizen instead of Android, feature three times longer battery life.

The Gear Fit is especially interesting since depending on the price, it could steal a serious chunk of the marketshare away from Fitbit, Pebble and Jawbone.

But that’s the thing. Samsung didn’t announce any prices. For anything. The Gear Fit could be $ 17,000. The Galaxy S5 could be twice the price of the S4.

This is standard practice for Samsung. The company will throw a big festive for a new product (remember the Broadway show for the S4?) and then not announce the price. This is by design, as it wants to watch the competition react and then to drum up more press by announcing the price at a later date. Plus, to Samsung’s credit, pricing does vary per market.

However, this is the one thing Samsung should copy from Apple: Announce the product, reveal the capabilities and then announce the price and ship date. Please.

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With an Android search update, you can tell your phone to ‘call Mom’

One of Siri’s cleverer tricks is its support for terms of endearment — you can tell an iPhone to “call Mom” rather than saying your mother’s name every time. Today, that handy shortcut is reaching Android through a Google search update. You can now…

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Simplicam watches your house while you’re away, uses facial recognition to tell you who’s home

WiFi cameras are a handy tool to keep tabs on your home, but they’re really only useful if you’re looking at them. Checking up on your family means pulling up an app, logging in and manually scanning your living room for occupants. ArcSoft says it …

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