When the Internet of Things enables kids to actually like vegetables.
“The low-potassium lettuce is liked by children who don’t like vegetables because it doesn’t taste bitter,” says Takeshi Wakabayashi, a Fujitsu senior director. “This lettuce is very crunchy, it tastes very good, and it will stay in the same condition for more than two weeks.”
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Chromecast updated is its new ability to allow any Android device to be mirrored, wirelessly, onto a TV. Google built its own framework for this, allowing it to cut down on the latency.
Google has polished the user interface with its new “Material Design” model of animated surfaces existing in different layers. It’s improved performance with a new, backward-compatible runtime that’s more battery-efficient. And Google has added features such as contextual unlocking that can take advantage of, for example, nearby Bluetooth products to know if it’s in a trusted zone.
Ox One, features a mechanical movement that automatically syncs with GPS satellites with the press of a “Magic Button”
After years of tweaking, the technology that will make you think you’re a Jedi — or maybe Tom Cruise in “Minority Report” — is gearing up for its launch later this year
This could have been a conversation in my house. Early adopters have to take the Lewis and Clark mindset.