Facial Recognition Technology could be used by facebook in future
Facebook is developing facial recognition which operates on the same level of accuracy as human beings.
The DeepFace project aims to be able to identify whether two people in side-by-side images are the same person with an accuracy of 97.5 per cent – the result achieved by human beings who have taken the same test, and 25 pe cent more accurate than existing facial recognition systems. Continue Reading >>
Supersmoker Bluetooth E-cigarette with hands free Speaker
The world’s first e-cigarette that can be used as a hands-free speaker has been revealed.
The ‘Supersmoker Bluetooth’ uses Bluetooth to pair with a smartphone, and can then be used as a hands-free microphone and speaker for calls, or output music streamed to it. Continue Reading >>
Apple iPhone 6 may Feature Sensors for Atmospheric Pressure, Temperature & Humidity
The next iPhone may feature sensors for atmospheric pressure, temperature and humidity, according to electronics analyst Chang Xu.
Nvidia’s 800M range of notebook graphics cards, “world’s fastest notebook GPU”
Nvidia has announced the new 800M range of notebook graphics cards, including what it claims to be the “world’s fastest notebook GPU”.
The 800M range of cards provide performance boosts of up to 60 per cent compared to the previous 700M generation. Continue Reading >>