Augmented reality glasses powered by Wikitude – Wikitude

  As mobile technology continues its rapid advancement according to Moore’s law, the possibilities of moving towards the sci-fi novels and films of yesteryear are becoming less and less fiction, and more reality. Augmented reality. At Wikitude, we’re working everyday on making the future potential of mobile technology a reality now. We started out in…

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Google develops computer inspired by Star Trek

A computer interface that can supply answers to users without requiring them to dig their phones out of their pockets or tap away at a keyboard is being developed by Google.Amit Singhal, Google vice-president and senior search engineer, said that the company has been inspired by sci-fi series Star Trek to develop the “ubiquitous computing”…

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Apple loses UK tablet design appeal versus Samsung

Apple has lost its appeal against a UK ruling that Samsung had not infringed its design rights. A judge at the High Court in London had originally ruled in July that the look of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab computers was not too similar to designs registered in connection with the iPad. He said at the time…

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High-capacity 3D transparent memory a step closer to reality

Rice University researchers led by chemist James Tour have just written a paper in the journal Nature Communications that describes transparent, non-volatile, heat- and radiation-resistant memory chips created in Tour’s lab from silicon oxide sandwiched between electrodes of graphene, the single-atom-thick form of carbon. More than four years ago, they discovered it was possible to make bits of computer memory from silicon and carbon,…

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Samsung Sues Apple Over iPhone 5, Allowed to Sell Galaxy Tab 10.1

Samsung is suing Apple over claims that the iPhone 5 infringed on its patents. The Korean electronics giant filed the lawsuit in a U.S. court Tuesday, Reuters reported. “We have little choice but to take the steps necessary to protect our innovations and intellectual property rights,” Samsung said in a statement. Last month, court documents…

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