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GoPro announces the $299 Hero+ LCD #technews #camera
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Android Pay Demo at Google I/O 2015
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Windows 10 will be available on July 29

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Microsoft today confirmed rumors that the Windows 10 release date will be July 29th.

Windows 10 will be available as a free upgrade for users of Windows 7 and Windows 8.1.   A big new feature addition for Windows 10 is Cortana, a personal digital assistant. And, the Windows 10 brings back the Start menu

Microsoft Edge, is an all-new browser designed to get things done online in new ways,  

Microsoft's Windows 10 upgrade "nag" campaign -- an effort to convince customers running Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 to upgrade to the new OS -- began today, with users reporting that they'd seen the ad-like screens.

The campaign is contained within an application dubbed "Get Windows 10," which includes several screens that trumpet the free upgrade to consumers and small businesses, and let users "reserve" a copy.

Users can reserve their copy of the free Windows 10 upgrade with a single click in the Get Windows 10 app that was silently installed on the device last month.

Read more details about Windows 10 at http://blogs.windows.com/bloggingwindows/2015/06/01/hello-world-windows-10-available-on-july-29/
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Global terrorist hack a thon announced to start July 30, completion date August 3rd.
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Memories Lost From Amnesia Can Now Be Retrieved by Light. #technews
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Project Ara update at Google I/O 2015 #projectara
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Google's Project Soli brings Gesture Control to wearables using Radar

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At Google I/O 2015 Developers Conference, Google ATAP Team has announced about an amazing new project which is named as Project Soli.

Project Soli replaces the physical controls of  smartwatches with your hands using radar to capture your movements.

Project Soli wants to make your hands and fingers the only user interface you’ll ever need. To make that happen, Project Soli is really a radar that is small enough to fit into a wearable like a smartwatch. The small radar picks up on your movements in real-time, and uses movements you make to alter its signal.
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Google is really awesome when it comes to signal processing and machine learning!
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GoPro announces the $299 Hero+ LCD Action Camera
#technews #GoPro

GoPro has announced the Hero+ LCD, a new low-end option in the Hero line of action cameras. The camera goes on sale this Sunday, June 7th, and retails for $299.99

This new camera shoots video up to a resolution of 1080p at 60 frames per second and photos at 8MP, and has Built-in Touch Display.

And, the Built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth let you use the GoPro App to post to Facebook, Twitter  and more. It also lets you preview shots and control the camera with your phone or tablet.

Like the Hero, the new camera is built into its tough waterproof housing   and has a nonremovable rechargeable battery that GoPro says is good for up to 2 hours of recording time.

HiLight Tag lets you mark the key moments during recording and playback so you can quickly find them later for editing or sharing 
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Android Pay Demo at Google I/O 2015 #google #technews #android
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Memories Lost From Amnesia Can Now Be Retrieved by Light.

#news   #Amnesia #optogenetics  
According to a new research, patients suffering from amnesia can restore their memory by using light.
A preliminary study was carried on mice who suffered from amnesia, and it was found that patients suffering from retrograde amnesia – where the person losses memory access, actually don’t lose their memory but it will become inaccessible for recall.
ie- it is just a case of memory retrieval issues than the physical loss of a memory.
The researchers used optogenetics to make this discovery.  Using this process, scientists pick specific neurons and introduce a special protein to them through an engineered virus. Once the protein has been introduced to brain cells, the cells become sensitive to blue light, allowing researchers to control the on and off switch for particular neurons.
In order to test their theory, the MIT Researchers trained mice to associate a mild electrical shock to the foot with a specific enclosure, say "shock chamber". The foot shock caused the mice to freeze in fear; eventually just placing the mice in the shock chamber triggered this response even  without giving the shock. During this training phase, the researchers also identified which neurons or  memory engram cells were active while the mice learned to fear the shock chamber.
The scientists labeled these cells with a protein that's sensitive to blue light.

Later, they had the mice to suffer from retrograde amnesia by injecting anisomycin, which  tampers with the formation of  memory.
These mice stopped being afraid of the shock chamber after getting this injection. But surprisingly their fear response returned once after the researchers used blue light to activate the neurons.
Based on these findings, the researchers believe that "lost" memories may leave active engrams in the brain.
While the findings are exciting, they are not going be useful to humans with amnesia for a long while, because of ethical reasons.

This study led to an important discovery of the fact that memories are not lost, but just inaccessible.
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Google ATAP Team's Rafa Camargo has showed the Project Ara Demo at Google I/O 2015.
#google #projectara  
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I'm planning to get this as my next phone.
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Google's Project Soli brings Gesture Control to wearables using Radar

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At Google I/O 2015 Developers Conference, Google ATAP Team has announced about an amazing new project which is named as Project Soli.

Project Soli replaces the physical controls of  smartwatches with your hands using radar to capture your movements.

Project Soli wants to make your hands and fingers the only user interface you’ll ever need. To make that happen, Project Soli is really a radar that is small enough to fit into a wearable like a smartwatch. The small radar picks up on your movements in real-time, and uses movements you make to alter its signal.
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  • National Engineering College, nalatinputhur, kovilpati, india
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