HP Chromebook 13 is powered by Intel Core M Processor and priced at $499

Apr 28, 2016 Today, HP unveiled its premium Chromebook laptop named “HP Chromebook 13” , a thin, all-metal machine with surprisingly capable specs at low price. HP Chromebook 13 is designed with Google, and powered by the 6th generation Intel Core m processor. Measuring only 12.9 millimeters deep when closed and weighing 2.86 pounds, the … Continue reading “HP Chromebook 13 is powered by Intel Core M Processor and priced at $499”

Logi BASE: Logitech releases Logi BASE charging stand for iPad Pro

Logitech has released a new accessory named “Logi BASE”, a Charging Stand with Smart Connector for iPad Pro, enabling a new way to charge your iPad Pro while you use it. A first of its kind, Logi BASE gives you the perfect viewing angle for enjoying apps and entertainment in every room. You can type … Continue reading “Logi BASE: Logitech releases Logi BASE charging stand for iPad Pro”

Apple Launches MacBook 2016 with Latest Processors, Longer Battery Life & New Rose Gold Finish

Apple today(Apr 19, 2016) updated its MacBook with the latest Intel processors, improved graphics performance, faster flash storage and an additional hour of battery life. Featuring an all-metal unibody enclosure, MacBook is now available in four aluminum finishes — gold, silver, space gray, and for the first time on a Mac, rose gold. The updated MacBook … Continue reading “Apple Launches MacBook 2016 with Latest Processors, Longer Battery Life & New Rose Gold Finish”

Google Live Cases: Google introduces customizable Cases for Nexus phones

Google has introduced customizable cases for Nexus smartphones. Google’s My Live Case lets people create their own snap case for Nexus 5X, 6, and 6P phones, by customizing it with a favorite photo or map. Design studio on the Google Store allows you to personalize your phone case with either your favorite photo or a … Continue reading “Google Live Cases: Google introduces customizable Cases for Nexus phones”

MIT’s Phone-based laser rangefinder works Outdoors

The Microsoft Kinect was a boon to robotics researchers. The cheap, off-the-shelf depth sensor allowed them to quickly and cost-effectively prototype innovative systems that enable robots to map, interpret, and navigate their environments. The sensors like the Kinect use infrared light to gauge depth. So they are easily confused by ambient infrared light. Even indoors, … Continue reading “MIT’s Phone-based laser rangefinder works Outdoors”