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#TechNews Li-fi can deliver internet access 100 times faster than traditional wi-fi, offering speeds of up to 1Gbps (gigabit per second). It requires a light source, such as a standard LED bulb, an internet connection and a photo detector. It was tested this week by Estonian start-up Velmenni, in Tallinn. Velmenni used a li-fi-enabled light bulb to transmit data at speeds of 1Gbps. Laboratory tests have shown theoretical speeds of up to 224Gbps. It was tested in an office, to allow workers to access the internet and in an industrial space, where it provided a smart lighting solution. #WiFi #LiFi #Business #Technology #Innovations

#TechNews Li-fi can deliver internet access 100 times faster than traditional wi-fi, offering speeds of up to 1Gbps (gigabit per second). It requires a light source, such as a standard LED bulb, an internet connection and a photo detector. It was tested this week by Estonian start-up Velmenni, in Tallinn. Velmenni used a li-fi-enabled light bulb to transmit data at speeds of 1Gbps. Laboratory tests have shown theoretical speeds of up to 224Gbps. It was tested in an office, to allow workers to access the internet and in an industrial space, where it provided a smart lighting solution. #WiFi #LiFi #Business #Technology #Innovations

#TechNews Li-fi can deliver internet access 100 times faster than traditional wi-fi, offering speeds of up to 1Gbps (gigabit per second). It requires a light source, such as a standard LED bulb, an internet connection and a photo detector. It was tested this week by Estonian start-up Velmenni, in Tallinn. Velmenni used a li-fi-enabled light bulb to transmit data at speeds of 1Gbps. Laboratory tests have shown theoretical speeds of up to 224Gbps. It was tested in an office, to allow workers to access the internet and in an industrial space, where it provided a smart lighting solution. #WiFi #LiFi #Business #Technology #Innovations

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... New Downdraft Tower Could Revolutionize Wind Power ... A revolutionary new clean energy technology is getting set to change the way we think about wind power. The Solar Wind Downdraft Tower, created by Maryland-based Solar Wind Energy Inc. turns the traditional wind turbine design on its head by putting turbines at the base of a tubular tower that generates its own wind throughout the year. How does it work? Read on. A tower at the center of the system creates a downdraft by using a series of pumps to carry water to the top of the 2,250-foot structure. Once the water has reached the top, it’s distributed as a fine mist across the opening, according to Gizmag. The mist evaporates and is absorbed by hot, dry air – which makes the air cooler, denser and heavier than the warmer air outside the tower. The cooled air then falls through the hollow tower at speeds up to 50 mph (80 km/h) and is directed through tunnels where it turns turbines housed inside them. One downside to the system is that it requires a lot of water to operate, but it does capture and recirculate excess water from the generation process.

... New Downdraft Tower Could Revolutionize Wind Power ... A revolutionary new clean energy technology is getting set to change the way we think about wind power. The Solar Wind Downdraft Tower, created by Maryland-based Solar Wind Energy Inc. turns the traditional wind turbine design on its head by putting turbines at the base of a tubular tower that generates its own wind throughout the year. How does it work? Read on. A tower at the center of the system creates a downdraft by using a series of pumps to carry water to the top of the 2,250-foot structure. Once the water has reached the top, it’s distributed as a fine mist across the opening, according to Gizmag. The mist evaporates and is absorbed by hot, dry air – which makes the air cooler, denser and heavier than the warmer air outside the tower. The cooled air then falls through the hollow tower at speeds up to 50 mph (80 km/h) and is directed through tunnels where it turns turbines housed inside them. One downside to the system is that it requires a lot of water to operate, but it does capture and recirculate excess water from the generation process.

... New Downdraft Tower Could Revolutionize Wind Power ... A revolutionary new clean energy technology is getting set to change the way we think about wind power. The Solar Wind Downdraft Tower, created by Maryland-based Solar Wind Energy Inc. turns the traditional wind turbine design on its head by putting turbines at the base of a tubular tower that generates its own wind throughout the year. How does it work? Read on. A tower at the center of the system creates a downdraft by using a series of pumps to carry water to the top of the 2,250-foot structure. Once the water has reached the top, it’s distributed as a fine mist across the opening, according to Gizmag. The mist evaporates and is absorbed by hot, dry air – which makes the air cooler, denser and heavier than the warmer air outside the tower. The cooled air then falls through the hollow tower at speeds up to 50 mph (80 km/h) and is directed through tunnels where it turns turbines housed inside them. One downside to the system is that it requires a lot of water to operate, but it does capture and recirculate excess water from the generation process.

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#Didyouknow - Cloud services can offer benefits over the traditional approach of providing infrastructure and running software in-house. You should always balance this with the challenges of using cloud services, to decide whether cloud or in-house offers the best solution for you.

#Didyouknow - Cloud services can offer benefits over the traditional approach of providing infrastructure and running software in-house. You should always balance this with the challenges of using cloud services, to decide whether cloud or in-house offers the best solution for you.

#Didyouknow - Cloud services can offer benefits over the traditional approach of providing infrastructure and running software in-house. You should always balance this with the challenges of using cloud services, to decide whether cloud or in-house offers the best solution for you.

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... Peugeot concept runs on air and gets 2L/100km ... FRENCH auto company Peugeot has shown off its latest effort in eco-friendly cars by introducing a new Hybrid Air engine system which combines both a traditional petrol engine with compressed air. The new engine system is capable of running solely on air for up to 80 per cent of driving time resulting in an insane fuel economy, using just 2 litres per 100km.

... Peugeot concept runs on air and gets 2L/100km ... FRENCH auto company Peugeot has shown off its latest effort in eco-friendly cars by introducing a new Hybrid Air engine system which combines both a traditional petrol engine with compressed air. The new engine system is capable of running solely on air for up to 80 per cent of driving time resulting in an insane fuel economy, using just 2 litres per 100km.

... Peugeot concept runs on air and gets 2L/100km ... FRENCH auto company Peugeot has shown off its latest effort in eco-friendly cars by introducing a new Hybrid Air engine system which combines both a traditional petrol engine with compressed air. The new engine system is capable of running solely on air for up to 80 per cent of driving time resulting in an insane fuel economy, using just 2 litres per 100km.

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BlackBerry Z10 review: Easier to use than Android, more difficult than iPhone It's the first phone to run the new BlackBerry 10 operating system. The Z10 looks like every other smartphone on the shelf. It's a flat black slab with a touch screen, nearly indistinguishable at 15 feet from the iPhone 5 or a bevy of Android smartphones. The screen measures 4.2 inches diagonally, a bit bigger than the iPhone but smaller than most Android phones. The Z10 is easier to use than an Android phone. It is more difficult to use than the iPhone, but it is also more powerful, giving you faster access to your email, tweets, Facebook status updates and text messages. BlackBerry diehards will lament the lack of a physical keyboard - they'll have to wait for the Q10, a model in the more traditional BlackBerry form. That's due this spring. But before writing off the Z10, these loyalists should try its on-screen keyboard. It's really very good.

BlackBerry Z10 review: Easier to use than Android, more difficult than iPhone It's the first phone to run the new BlackBerry 10 operating system. The Z10 looks like every other smartphone on the shelf. It's a flat black slab with a touch screen, nearly indistinguishable at 15 feet from the iPhone 5 or a bevy of Android smartphones. The screen measures 4.2 inches diagonally, a bit bigger than the iPhone but smaller than most Android phones. The Z10 is easier to use than an Android phone. It is more difficult to use than the iPhone, but it is also more powerful, giving you faster access to your email, tweets, Facebook status updates and text messages. BlackBerry diehards will lament the lack of a physical keyboard - they'll have to wait for the Q10, a model in the more traditional BlackBerry form. That's due this spring. But before writing off the Z10, these loyalists should try its on-screen keyboard. It's really very good.

BlackBerry Z10 review: Easier to use than Android, more difficult than iPhone It's the first phone to run the new BlackBerry 10 operating system. The Z10 looks like every other smartphone on the shelf. It's a flat black slab with a touch screen, nearly indistinguishable at 15 feet from the iPhone 5 or a bevy of Android smartphones. The screen measures 4.2 inches diagonally, a bit bigger than the iPhone but smaller than most Android phones. The Z10 is easier to use than an Android phone. It is more difficult to use than the iPhone, but it is also more powerful, giving you faster access to your email, tweets, Facebook status updates and text messages. BlackBerry diehards will lament the lack of a physical keyboard - they'll have to wait for the Q10, a model in the more traditional BlackBerry form. That's due this spring. But before writing off the Z10, these loyalists should try its on-screen keyboard. It's really very good.

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:: Alarm clock requires PIN code to shut up :: There is nothing quite like the feeling of sleeping in on a nice, cool morning (especially when it rains outside), but for the most of us, our sweet rest is interrupted not by a crowing rooster, but the din of an alarm clock. It doesn’t matter whether it is the traditional ring or your favorite artist singing, waking up without getting enough sleep is never a nice feeling to have. Enter this particular alarm clock that ought to help you get out of bed in the most cruel way possible – it lacks a snooze button, and cannot be unplugged to shut it up, with the only alternative to return to your 5 more minutes of slumber being to enter a PIN code. This might very well be the world’s most exasperating alarm clock, and I suppose in a less rational moment, one might actually fling it against the wall in rage. As for the type of sound, it emits the traditional concierge bell that is pressed hard and rapidly, which is a surefire way to irritate any sleeping beauties.

:: Alarm clock requires PIN code to shut up :: There is nothing quite like the feeling of sleeping in on a nice, cool morning (especially when it rains outside), but for the most of us, our sweet rest is interrupted not by a crowing rooster, but the din of an alarm clock. It doesn’t matter whether it is the traditional ring or your favorite artist singing, waking up without getting enough sleep is never a nice feeling to have. Enter this particular alarm clock that ought to help you get out of bed in the most cruel way possible – it lacks a snooze button, and cannot be unplugged to shut it up, with the only alternative to return to your 5 more minutes of slumber being to enter a PIN code. This might very well be the world’s most exasperating alarm clock, and I suppose in a less rational moment, one might actually fling it against the wall in rage. As for the type of sound, it emits the traditional concierge bell that is pressed hard and rapidly, which is a surefire way to irritate any sleeping beauties.

:: Alarm clock requires PIN code to shut up :: There is nothing quite like the feeling of sleeping in on a nice, cool morning (especially when it rains outside), but for the most of us, our sweet rest is interrupted not by a crowing rooster, but the din of an alarm clock. It doesn’t matter whether it is the traditional ring or your favorite artist singing, waking up without getting enough sleep is never a nice feeling to have. Enter this particular alarm clock that ought to help you get out of bed in the most cruel way possible – it lacks a snooze button, and cannot be unplugged to shut it up, with the only alternative to return to your 5 more minutes of slumber being to enter a PIN code. This might very well be the world’s most exasperating alarm clock, and I suppose in a less rational moment, one might actually fling it against the wall in rage. As for the type of sound, it emits the traditional concierge bell that is pressed hard and rapidly, which is a surefire way to irritate any sleeping beauties.

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:: A Google A Day :: An apple a day keeps the doctor away, or so the proverb goes, but that does not mean the apple is the most nutritionally dense fruit out there. No sir, there are definitely a fair number of examples that outdo the apple in terms of nutrition, but for tradition’s sake, we shall not rewrite said proverb. As for your brain, however, you might want to keep on exercising it simply because it is also a “muscle” of sorts. Google has the idea of improving your googling skills by introducing you a new puzzle each day at 12:01 a.m. Eastern time. Not only that, apart from a new puzzle, the previous day’s answer will also be posted. It is highly advisable not to read the comments as you attempt the puzzle, unless you want to chance upon a spoiler. Apart from that, other folks might have published their answers before you, and if you want to look for information to solve it without accidentally seeing the answer somewhere else, there is the Google-a-Day site’s search tool which is smart enough to filter out published answers automatically, now how about that?

:: A Google A Day :: An apple a day keeps the doctor away, or so the proverb goes, but that does not mean the apple is the most nutritionally dense fruit out there. No sir, there are definitely a fair number of examples that outdo the apple in terms of nutrition, but for tradition’s sake, we shall not rewrite said proverb. As for your brain, however, you might want to keep on exercising it simply because it is also a “muscle” of sorts. Google has the idea of improving your googling skills by introducing you a new puzzle each day at 12:01 a.m. Eastern time. Not only that, apart from a new puzzle, the previous day’s answer will also be posted. It is highly advisable not to read the comments as you attempt the puzzle, unless you want to chance upon a spoiler. Apart from that, other folks might have published their answers before you, and if you want to look for information to solve it without accidentally seeing the answer somewhere else, there is the Google-a-Day site’s search tool which is smart enough to filter out published answers automatically, now how about that?

:: A Google A Day :: An apple a day keeps the doctor away, or so the proverb goes, but that does not mean the apple is the most nutritionally dense fruit out there. No sir, there are definitely a fair number of examples that outdo the apple in terms of nutrition, but for tradition’s sake, we shall not rewrite said proverb. As for your brain, however, you might want to keep on exercising it simply because it is also a “muscle” of sorts. Google has the idea of improving your googling skills by introducing you a new puzzle each day at 12:01 a.m. Eastern time. Not only that, apart from a new puzzle, the previous day’s answer will also be posted. It is highly advisable not to read the comments as you attempt the puzzle, unless you want to chance upon a spoiler. Apart from that, other folks might have published their answers before you, and if you want to look for information to solve it without accidentally seeing the answer somewhere else, there is the Google-a-Day site’s search tool which is smart enough to filter out published answers automatically, now how about that?

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:: Basic Info About QR-Code :: A QR (quick response) code is a two dimensional barcode invented by the Japanese corporation Denso Wave. Information is encoded in both the vertical and horizontal direction, thus holding up to several hundred times more data than a traditional bar code. Data is accessed by capturing a photograph of the code using a camera (e.g.built into a smartphone) and processing the image with a QR reader. QR Codes have rapidly gained international popularity and found widespread adoption. a typical barcode can only hold a maximum of 20 characters, whereas as QR Code can hold up to 7,089characters. Combined with the diversity and extendability off ered, this makes the use of QR Codes much more appealing than that of barcodes. A great feature of QR Codes is that they do not need to be scanned from one particular angle, as QR Codes can be read regardless of their positioning.QR Codes consist of di erent areas that are reserved for speci c purposes. Read on CompuBrain's pick on various Q R Code Scanner software and apps for various mobile platforms on Monday...

:: Basic Info About QR-Code :: A QR (quick response) code is a two dimensional barcode invented by the Japanese corporation Denso Wave. Information is encoded in both the vertical and horizontal direction, thus holding up to several hundred times more data than a traditional bar code. Data is accessed by capturing a photograph of the code using a camera (e.g.built into a smartphone) and processing the image with a QR reader. QR Codes have rapidly gained international popularity and found widespread adoption. a typical barcode can only hold a maximum of 20 characters, whereas as QR Code can hold up to 7,089characters. Combined with the diversity and extendability off ered, this makes the use of QR Codes much more appealing than that of barcodes. A great feature of QR Codes is that they do not need to be scanned from one particular angle, as QR Codes can be read regardless of their positioning.QR Codes consist of di erent areas that are reserved for speci c purposes. Read on CompuBrain's pick on various Q R Code Scanner software and apps for various mobile platforms on Monday...

:: Basic Info About QR-Code :: A QR (quick response) code is a two dimensional barcode invented by the Japanese corporation Denso Wave. Information is encoded in both the vertical and horizontal direction, thus holding up to several hundred times more data than a traditional bar code. Data is accessed by capturing a photograph of the code using a camera (e.g.built into a smartphone) and processing the image with a QR reader. QR Codes have rapidly gained international popularity and found widespread adoption. a typical barcode can only hold a maximum of 20 characters, whereas as QR Code can hold up to 7,089characters. Combined with the diversity and extendability off ered, this makes the use of QR Codes much more appealing than that of barcodes. A great feature of QR Codes is that they do not need to be scanned from one particular angle, as QR Codes can be read regardless of their positioning.QR Codes consist of di erent areas that are reserved for speci c purposes. Read on CompuBrain's pick on various Q R Code Scanner software and apps for various mobile platforms on Monday...

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::7 Language Translation iPhone Apps for the Digital Traveler:: Language apps on the iPhone have come a long way over the past year. Some offer shiny new takes on the traditional language study process; others are trying to do all the work for us, arguably robbing us of the ability to learn a new language. While some language apps are limited in scope or sometimes wildly inaccurate, there are several proven educational options out there. These seven such iPhone apps will aid you through the process of language education and translation. But keep in mind, quality translation comes at a price. Courtesy :- mashable.com