World’s thinnest hologram paves path to new 3-D world

A pioneering team led by RMIT University’s Distinguished Professor Min Gu has designed a nano-hologram that is simple to make, can be seen without 3D goggles and is 1000 times thinner than a human hair.“Integrating holography into everyday electronics would make screen size irrelevant — a pop-up 3D hologram can display a wealth of data that doesn’t neatly fit on a phone or watch. [Via]

Google I/O'17: Google Keynote - Watch it LIVE

How the top Giant companies make millions

This is how the big 3 giant companies make their money. Analysis per product line shows their peaks and their strong points.


Worlds First Braille Smartwatch!

I really love this new braille smartwatch. It is refreshing and soul soothing. When technology elevates the human spirit then it is obvious that heads towards the right direction.


Alexa Echo Look - Fashion companion

“Alexa, take a photo.” Introducing Echo Look—hands-free camera and style assistant. Request an invitation: Echo Look—everything you love about Alexa, and now she can help you look your best. Using just your voice, easily take full-length photos and short videos with a hands-free camera. Plus, get a second opinion with Style Check on which outfit looks best.

Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2017 - Samsung Galaxy S8 LIVE

Netflix Stethoscope - a new "User Focused Security" open source web application

A new web application has just been announced by Netflix, quite unusual I must admit, that collects information for user's devices and provide recommendation on how they can be more secure. It can also provide notifications on unauthorized access of your devices and the best part of it is that its open source.

Here is part of the announcement:

Netflix is pleased to announce the open source release of Stethoscope, our first project following a User Focused Security approach.

The notion of “User Focused Security” acknowledges that attacks against corporate users (e.g., phishing, malware) are the primary mechanism leading to security incidents and data breaches, and it’s one of the core principles driving our approach to corporate information security. It’s also reflective of our philosophy that tools are only effective when they consider the true context of people’s work.

Stethoscope is a web application that collects information for a given user’s devices and gives them clear and specific recommendations for securing their systems.

If we provide employees with focused, actionable information and low-friction tools, we believe they can get their devices into a more secure state without heavy-handed policy enforcement.

Stethoscope download is available now on GitHub.

How to Communicate your blog posts wide and properly

  1. Google+ the post – make sure you share your content across Google+. It’s great for SEO and if you have a strong community on Google+ they can get notified that your post is live.
  2. Pinterest – share your featured image to a board
  3. Schedule 10 tweets over a period of a week. Twitter is a hungry beast and you need to feed it. Don’t be afraid of over sharing on Twitter – it takes a LOT of posts to over share anything on Twitter.
  4. Share to appropriate Facebook Groups – FB groups are a very under used feature and having an active strategy for groups can be hugely beneficial.
  5. Share your blog to all your LinkedIn groups – And, not just once. Share your blog post across your groups multiple times over a period of a few months. We’ve found great success in sharing three, four or five times to groups.
  6. Share to RedditDiggDeliciousStumbleUpon – These sites are hungry for content, free to use and have a massive active community just waiting to read your post.
  7. Share to BizSugar – created for businesses and also free and waiting for your content.
  8. Share it to Flipboard – I love Flipboard, I read content on this platform every day. Create a magazine to hold all your content and make sure you’re copying your content to it.
  9. Make sure your post is optimised to Google AMP – The AMP Project was set up to make sure that content is stripped of all unnecessary content and optimised for fast, mobile use. Many blog sites are overloaded with additional HTML code which slow down the experience so outputting your content using the AMP standard means that Google will prioritise your content and serve it faster to your audience. While you’re at it, you should also try and get your blog post approved on Facebook for their similar Articles feed.
  10. Share the post to Medium – Another popular site that’s free to use and waiting for your content.

New Camera Can See Around Corners

The technique is similar to that used with other single pixel cameras. The trick is to first randomize the light that the pixel detects, record the resulting light intensity, and then repeat this process thousands of times.

It’s easy to think that this randomization makes the task of creating an image even harder, but the reverse is true.

The randomization process changes the intensity of light each time the pixel records it. These differences in intensity are not random but instead correlated with the scene in front of the pixel. So producing an image is simply a question of mining this data to find the correlation. And the more data that is collected, the better the image becomes.

So by recording the intensity of light many times, it is possible to create a high-resolution picture with a single pixel.


Happy Honda Days Presents: Candy Cane Lane

Honda ingenuity meets the holiday tradition of Candy Cane Lane. Hop into our Honda sleigh and experience the magic of holiday lights in glorious 360-degree views.

Find the Tech job of your DREAMS - Who and where is hiring.

With very few words .. here is the link: WHOisHiring

SuperComputer - 2016 List of fastest Computer Systems

Ten global supercomputer rankings this year:

1, the light of Taihu Lake, Sunway MPP, SW26010, National Supercomputing Center, Wuxi, China, 10.6 million core, 93.01pf (quadrillion times per second operation)

2, Tianhe-2, TH-IVB-FEP Cluster, the National Supercomputer Center in Guangzhou, China, 3.12 million core, 33.86pf

3, Titan, Cray XK7 system ,, US Department of Energy, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 17.59pf

4, Sequoia, the IBM BlueGene / the Q system, the US Department of Energy's Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, California, 1.57 million core, 16.32pf

5, Cori, Cray XC40, Berkeley Lab, the National Energy Research Science Computing Center (NERSC), 14pf

6, Oakforest-PACs, Fujitsu Primergy CX1640 M1 cluster, Japan, advanced high-performance computing United Center, 13.6pf

7, K Computer, SPARC64 systems, 705,000 core, Japan, Riken Advanced Institute of Science computing, 10.5pf

8, Piz Daint, Cray XC30,11.6 ten thousand Xeon and Nvidia core, the Swiss National Computing Centre, Switzerland, 9.8pf

9, Mira, IBM BlueGene / Q system, the US DOE / SC / Argonne National Laboratory, 786 000 core, 8.6pf

10, Trinity, Cray CX40, US DOE / NNSA / LANL / SNL, 30.1 Wan core, 8.1pf

The Social Media stats Behind US Election 2016


Samsung Rolls Out Industry’s First 8GB LPDDR4 DRAM Package

Samsung Electronics, announced today that it is introducing the industry’s first 8-gigabyte (GB) LPDDR4 (low power, double data rate 4) mobile DRAM package, which is expected to greatly improve mobile user experiences, especially for those using Ultra HD, large-screen devices. The 8GB mobile DRAM package utilizes four of the newest 16 gigabit (Gb) LPDDR4 memory chips and advanced 10-nanometer (nm)-class* process technology.

“The advent of our powerful 8GB mobile DRAM solution will enable more capable next-generation, flagship mobile devices around the world,” said Joo Sun Choi, executive vice president of Memory Sales and Marketing at Samsung Electronics. “We will continue to provide advanced memory solutions offering the highest values and leading-edge benefits to meet the escalating needs of devices having dual camera, 4K UHD and VR features.”

The new 8GB LPDDR4 operates at up to 4,266 megabits per second (Mbps), which is twice as fast as DDR4 DRAM for PCs working typically at 2,133 Mbps per pin. Assuming a 64 bit (x64) wide memory bus, this can be viewed as transmitting over 34GBs of data per second.

ORWL: The first open source, physically secure computer

ORWL is the first open source, physically secure computer! It's the combination of the physical security from the banking industry - used in ATMs and Point of Sale terminals - and a modern-based Intel personal computer. Also, it's been designed in a stylish glass case which contains the latest processor from Intel.