CES 2.0

CES is followed up millions of people around the world and we have are bringing in all the possible updates which will interest you. Picking up from where we left, today on CES we have some pretty exciting products and news which will make you intrigued.
Project Tango, a product of google will be implemented by Lenovo in their smart phones. They have said the phone will be less than 6.5 inches and the device will cost less than $500. If you guys don’t know project tango enabled devices can recognize places they’ve been before, like your living room, the office, or public spaces. Unlike GPS, Project Tango motion tracking works indoors, allowing users to navigate precisely through a shopping mall, or even find a specific item at the store where that information is available. Using the sensor in the device, Project Tango devices can also capture the 3D dimensions of the room, giving measurements that can be used to help you when shopping for furniture or decorations.

Next announcement was by the US Department of Transportation awarding $40 million to one medium sized American city for next-gen Infrastructure. The tech comes directly from Mobileye, the Israeli company which supplies autonomous sensors to world’s biggest automakers including Tesla Motors. The Mobileye Shield+ will have array of cameras mounted on the existing transport systems enabling drivers to minimalize collisions and protect pedestrians. All the intel from all cameras and sensors mounted on the transport system will be analyzed and enable city planners to make better decisions for transit systems and pathways.

The German company named Bragi has finally managed to shipping Dash, their so called truly Wireless Equipment like Earphones. The company pushed its date of release by more than a year upsetting its 16,000 backers because it was unable to reach their final stage of the product. Last year beta release was also very weak since it had so many bugs, but this year at CES, Bragi has surprised everyone. Dash touch sensor to monitor your gesture and control volume. Everyone thinks this wireless earphones will be using the same old Bluetooth technology but it doesn’t. They have used NFMI, that is Near field Magnetic Induction and its performance is way better than what Bluetooth delivers. They have gesture control for answering your calls. A simple nod will determine whether you accept or reject the call. The earbuds are extremely small and in-ear. These also have a noise cancellation but by a simple gesture on the buds you can hear the ambient noise around you.
These were some of the biggest announcements of day 4. We will be back with some more major updates.

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