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Smart Home Robots

Smart Home Robots

In the age of information technology, we live increasingly busy lives. Modern people need help with their everyday tasks, from cleaning houses to ensuring security. And there’s nothing that can perform these tasks better than a smart home robot. The ...

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The Future of Smart Home Solutions

The Future of Smart Home Solutions

Technology improves at a rapid pace, and the smart home solutions that are available today are better than they were just a few years ago. It is likely that the solutions that will be available in the coming years are ...

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A Step-by-Step Guide for Building a Smart Home

Most people dive headfirst into smart gadgetry, acquiring various smart technologies at their whims rather than adhering to a rigid smart home plan. However, the no-strategy approach to smart tech is a bad one; it almost guarantees that some devices ...

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Are Smart Things Really Smart?

Are Smart Things Really Smart?

  Very few doubt the digital era is well under way now. Smart TV sets, vacuum-cleaning robots, surveillance cameras, access control systems, etc., speak in favor of digital transformation. They have already become a part of everyday life. But do ...

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Smart Glass Controls Lighting and Temperature

Smart Glass Controls Lighting and Temperature

Research Frontiers, a New York based research company, has developed a “Smart Glass” that can regulate the level of incoming light through windows. The company developed and patented a film technology called Suspended Particle Devices (SPD) that can vary the ...

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Smart Contact Lenses

Smart Contact Lenses

Scientists at the University of California, Davis, have recently designed a contact lens prototype with a built-in pressure sensor using a novel process that etches tiny electrical circuits within a soft polymer material. The new development could help glaucoma patients ...

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Flexible Computers Conform to Any Shape

Flexible Computers Conform to Any Shape

Researchers at the Human Media Laboratory, Queen’s University in Canada are developing prototypes of new “non-planar” devices, which are virtually computers that have a flexible shape. Computers are nifty, but too bulky to be carried around. Even a laptop is ...

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