Monthly Archives: November 2015

Toyota Invests $1 Billion in Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence

Toyota is setting up a research company to develop artificial intelligence in Silicon Valley in the USA. The company is investing $1 billion in AI and robotics in planning to lead in futuristic cars that drive themselves. The company President Akio Toyoda stated the company will start operating with 200 employees at a facility near Stanford University. It will start ...

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YouTube to Make VA with 360-Degree Videos and Google Cardboard


YouTube is now moving on to the next step of entertainment with virtual reality. YouTube has recently announced in a blog post the site is now supporting 360 degrees videos. This feature along with Google Cardboard views and a Smartphone will make users feel they are in the actual scene. In the post they also mentioned it’s the same tricks ...

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World’s First 3D Printed Car for $53,000 Created by Local Motors

3d Printed Car - LM3D

At the 2015 Detroit Auto Show, Local Motors revealed the first 3D printed car, LM3D Swim. This vehicle will create a revolution as it will be available for just $53,000. The car will be available from 2016. Surely the car helps to reduce production costs and let customer’s influence on its design. A Local Motors community member, Kevin Lo designed ...

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Steve Jobs Dreamed About Apple Car in 2008

apple car

A former iPod Chief and Nest CEO Tony Fadell said that Steve Jobs had considered about creating Apple car in 2008. Fadell revealed in an interview with Bloomberg that Steve Jobs had strongly considered about an Apple built car and the two had several discussions too. However, nothing began officially when Fadell was still at Apple. The most interesting discussions ...

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Tesla Sold Over 11000 Electric Cars Last Quarter


Tesla sold 11,603 electric cars in the last quarter according to financial results published. The company hired a new Chief Financial Officer, an ex-Google executive and will be shifting their battery pack assembly to its new “Gigafactory” at Nevada. The numbers are slightly ahead of its estimate released last month. The Model S is still the vast majority cars produced ...

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Facebook Next Big Leap to Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence

Facebook has been the next big thing in the virtual world with its innovative ways to stay connected and share with dear ones. However in recent years Facebook has been working on a wide range of innovative methods such as VR (Virtual Reality), etc. The amount of information generated in its News Feed is increasing 50 percent on year basis ...

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Futuristic Car: Tesla Autopilot Feature with Self Learning from Drivers

Tesla autopilot feature

Tesla autopilot feature in its Model S makes it the next generation futuristic car. It all started with the company experimenting the car with various features such as forward camera and radar, 12 long-range ultrasonic sensors, electric braking system, etc. The sensors have the ability to sense 16 feet around the car in all possible directions at all speeds. All ...

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Ever been asleep during live event? Try LiveCube App


Livecube Encourages User Engagement At Live Events And Trade Shows. B2B Social Engagement App inspires participation with game mechanics. As a business planning a live event or trade show, one of the primary concerns is the engagement of the attendees. Where much research is given to the event and the different sessions, the fact remains that much of the time ...

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Games are Trending in Apple TV App Store

Apple TV App Store

Games are trending in Apple TV App store like never before. It has been just over a week since Apple TV hit consumer’s living rooms but games are already dominating the paid charts. In simple words, Apple is inspiring and tempting gamers and game developers to its new platform. One of the main features is playing games on a bigger ...

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Time for Halloween: Instagram Video feed

Instagram video

Instagram Video Laucnhed to match trends Social media now isn’t just about flooding the world with your status updates. Networks are much smarter and thematic. Social networks are becoming somewhat more informative and more relevant by trying to showcase what’s happening in the world around people. To match that, Instagram soft launched its own Instagram video channel of curated content, ...

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