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Can’t find the keys — or the family dog? A new project can help track them and other easy-to-lose objects using Bluetooth-enabled buttons.

You might be interested in a new device which has been developed called the StickNFind, which has started its journey from concept to production over on the Indiegogo crowd funding website. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the StickNFind project and see it in action.

Stick-N-Find

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Micromax  A110 Superfone Canvas 2 is finally available for purchase online. Micromax started taking pre-orders for the phone couple of weeks back. The Dual SIM Android phone comes with a 5-inch (480 x 854 pixels) TFT capacitive touch screen IPS display and is powered by a 1 GHz dual-core processor. It has an 8 Megapixel camera with Dual LED Flash and a 0.3MP front-facing camera for video calling.

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New IPOD’s by APPLE

Apple introduced not only the iPhone 5 last night but it also announced the new generation iPod Touch and iPod Nano. Here’s a quick look at the features of the new iPod devices.

IPOD NANO

First up is a completely redesigned iPod Nano. It features the same new lightning connector found on the iPhone 5 and is incredibly thin, at just 5.4mm. That is 38% thinner than previous models. It also features a 16:9 rectangular 2.5 inch screen, making it look like a miniature iPhone.

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Mobile Lorm Glove

The Design Research Lab in Berlin has developed a glove that provides a way for people who are deaf and blind to communicate digitally. Named the Mobile Lorm Glove, this product has the ability to translate text into “Lorm,” a hand-touch alphabet used by deaf blind people. Such a product allows them to communicate via SMS messaging, email and online chat.Textile pressure sensors located on the palm of the glove enable the deafblind user to “lorm” onto his or her own hand to compose text messages.

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Tri-Specs

You have your phone, your iPod, your headphones, and your wi-fi headset, in case you get a call. You have your sunglasses. Youre ready to goor are you? What if you could pull on your shades and have all of the above, in one cool package? Enter Tri-Specs. They come built-in Bluetooth wireless headphones for an MP3 Player or cell phone, retractable earbuds, built-in volume control, and even voice control. For $200, you can be the coolest kid on the block.

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ACER ICONIA

Another revolutionary product by Acer has created a buzz in the market. With its futuristic machine known as Iconia notebook, Acer has come a long way in keeping its consumers happy. Launched in Indian Market, this notebook is an ultimate piece of innovation by the company. The notebook is consumer friendly in terms of its features and display.

 

 

14.1-inch display with multi- touch and LED backlit offers a good experience while working on the notebook. Along with 1366×768 pixels resolution, Acer Iconia comes with a decent configuration that could offer competition to the existing mid- end laptops. The configuration options by this smart notebook includes 480M, 560M or 580M Intel Core i5 with incorporated HD graphics, DDR3 RAM of upto 4 GB and variety of drive choices. The versatile machine has SDIF/HDMI/VGA with USB ports 2.0 and 3.0. One does not even has to compromise with the connectivity options with Bluetooth, WiFi along with embedded gigabit Ethernet and WWAN provided by Iconia.  With additional Crystal eye webcam and great microphones, Acer Iconia would make you fall in love with it. The heart of notebook or Acer ring controls interface also comforts the users. Job dial on the bottom screen allows the user to switch between applications, virtual keyboard and navigation elements.With the basic model available just at Rs. 69,999, the notebook would be a hot property. The notebook truly offers a mesmerizing look and feel.

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Manohar ( MGIT ECE 2nd year )

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BlueTooth

As the technology becomes more sophisticated, the need for facile wireless communication has led the human brain to renovate the orthodoxy bottlenecked conventions being used. Computing will inevitably be indispensable and ubiquitous – a scenario that has no place for wires. Bluetooth provides several irksome issues that have plagued implementation of wireless technology handling both data and voice transmissions.

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Zigbee – zapping away wired worries

In recent years there has been rapid development in the wireless sector due to demand for wire free connectivity. Most of the development was focused on high data rate applications like file transfer etc with new standards like Bluetooth emerging.

During this time applications that required lower data rates but had some other special requirements were neglected in the sense that no open standard was available.

Either these applications we abandoned in the wireless arena or implemented using proprietary standards hurting the interoperability of the system.

ZigBee is a wireless standard that caters to this particular sector. Potential applications of ZigBee include Home Automation, Wireless Sensor Networks, Patient monitors etc. The key features of these applications and hence aims of ZigBee are

  1. Low Cost
  2. Low Power for increased battery life
  3. Low Range
  4. Low Complexity
  5. Low Data Rates
  6. Co-Existence with other long range Wireless Networks

The ZigBee standard is maintained by ZigBee Alliance is a spin off of the HomeRF group, an unsuccessful home automation related consortium.

It is built upon the IEEE 802.15.4 protocol which is intended for LR-WPAN (Low Rate – Wireless Personal Area Network).

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Shiva Chaitanya(ECE 2/4) MGIT

 

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