Search engine giant Google recently revealed some more details about its much-awaited smart glasses. Google recently uploaded a video revealing the interface of the device, which appears to be the user’s line of sight. The trial of the product is currently open to creative individuals and even developers. Some of the features available include capturing images, video recording, and even sharing content directly through emails.
NetApp has been offering storage arrays in the form of SSDs all these years, however, the firm will now be offering all-SSD array this year onwards. Named ‘EF540 all-flash array’, the firm also announced FAS/V6620 a notable boost in its storage array line. With exciting new features added to the line, firms can expect next level functionality from the devices.
Seems like technology is going through its best phase at present and adding to the thrill is the upcoming computing system that will be capable to repairing itself. Researchers at University College London are working on a computer that will be able to repair its programming errors all by itself. Researchers have named the computer as ‘Systematic’.
If you had any slightest doubt over the future of Windows8 operating system then, the recent hint from Microsoft will be enough to clear the air. Job post from the tech firm suggests that developers are currently working hard on improving the user experience on the upcoming platform of ‘Windows Blue’. The list of known improvements would include start screen, personalization aspects, windowing, and the application life cycle as well.
Creative Cloud subscribers must be amazed today as Adobe released a series of important updates for the users. These updates include ‘Edge Web Fonts’ that support Dream weaver, Code hinting in Edge Code and CSS functionality in Edge Animate. Moreover, Adobe is also offering a free preview of its Responsive design app.
A research in Indiana University suggests that Artificial Intelligence can work very much similar to a Doctor but comparatively faster. As per the study, if the patient data is utilized along with machine algorithms then the quality of healthcare could be improved considerably.
Tech firm Intel recently revealed a new SSD-based Cache Acceleration Software or CAS, especially for Linux Servers. This addition will assist in improving the performance of the read-intensive applications in servers upto 18 times. Functions such as ‘on-line transaction’ processing system will be improved due to this latest release.
Now Independent Linux distributions will be much easier to install on any Windows 8 system, thanks to the latest software released by Linux Foundation. This latest release will allow Linux to work freely with systems that have UEFI or Unified Extensible Firmware Interface firmware in operations. The technology is also known by the name of ‘Secure Boot’.
After defeating humans in their own games, IBM’s supercomputer ‘Watson’ is donning a new role. IBM Watson will be assisting Doctors and Medical experts in the form of tablets and Watson apps in cases of Lung cancer. The supercomputer will be suggesting the types of treatment suitable depending on the severity of the patient’s condition.
Tech firm Microsoft recently launched a petition against Gmail, which covers the alleged practice of creeping into personal messages to sell ads. As per Microsoft, most of the users are not even aware of this practice, which is why there has not been even a single protest till date from the part of the users. Microsoft even claims that compared to others like Gmail, Outlook come clean.