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microSD Card That Packs 400 GB Of Storage

SanDisk unveiled a new microSD card that packs 400 GB of storage, and currently it is the world’s highest capacity card. In an era where people are capturing and sharing more and more photos and video on smartphones, the company is working hard to keep pace with the demands of …

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Smart Soccer Ball | Technology Org

All smart balls have integrated sensors that track all parameters, but DribbleUp doesn’t features any on-board electronics. It only has markings that allow to be tracked by app. Users launch the app and place their smartphone in front of a ball in an included stand. The smartphone camera tracks the …

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PupilScreen aims to allow parents, coaches, medics to detect concussion, brain injuries with a smartphone

University of Washington researchers are developing the first smartphone app that is capable of objectively detecting concussion and other traumatic brain injuries in the field: on the sidelines of a sports game, on a battlefield or in the home of an elderly person prone to falls. PupilScreen aims to allow …

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Audi is teaching packing with virtual reality

Automotive industry is huge. Every company carries out a lot of operations every single day with parts coming in and vehicles leaving the facility. It is a logistics nightmare or a dream, depends on how you look at it. And, of course, specialists have to be prepared for that. Audi …

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New 3-D printer is 10 times faster than commercial counterparts

MIT engineers have developed a new desktop 3-D printer that performs up to 10 times faster than existing commercial counterparts. Whereas the most common printers may fabricate a few Lego-sized bricks in one hour, the new design can print similarly sized objects in just a few minutes. The key to …

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Smart Underwear Prevents Back Stress

Professor Karl Zelik with Ph.D student Erik Lamers from Vanderbilt University created a mechanized undergarment, that could prevent back stress. It is a lightweight two-part suit is made up of nylon canvas, Lycra and polyester. Two straps go down from the top section and across the back, joining up with natural …

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Piano Learning Strip | Technology Org

China’s One Music Group introduced a Piano Hi-Lite, an LED light strip that can sit at the back of any piano keyboard and light the way to learning. Other systems illuminated actual keys on the keyboard itself, the Hi-Lite is a strip that’s laid across the keyboard of any 88-key piano …

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Tire Monitor Alerts To The Smartphone

The real danger is deflating tires, but a leak doesn’t reveal itself until much of the pressure is gone. Accessory maker Nonda introduced a tire monitor for slow leaks. It is  a set of four Bluetooth-connected pressure and temperature sensors that attach to each tire, along with an app that tracks …

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No More Wait Time Surprises at Oslo and Stavanger Airport, thanks to BlipTrack technology

Oslo and Stavanger Airports have joined Scandinavian airports Copenhagen, Helsinki, Keflavik, Billund and Aalborg in implementing BlipTrack queue management technology. The open platform, delivered by Leidos, provides insights on passenger queue and dwell times, enabling airports to optimise operation, improve resource planning and ease passengers´ minds with accurate wait times …

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Cassette Tape As A Digital Music Player

The Mixxtape is a portable Bluetooth music player that looks like ordinary cassette and plays in an old-school tape deck. It also functions like any other digital music player, songs and podcasts can be transferred into it from a PC via USB. It also features a small LCD touchscreen on …

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