Specifications of motorola z play

motorola z play

Meet the Dazzling latest new Motorola Z play Specifications of mototrola z play NETWORK Technology: GSM / CDMA / HSPA / LTE Status Available. BODY Dimensions 156.4 x 76.4 x 7 mm (6.16 x 3.01 x 0.28 in) Weight 165 g (5.82 oz) SIM Single SIM (Nano-SIM) or Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by) – Splash and dust resistant DISPLAY Type Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors Size 5.5 inches (~69.1% screen-to-body ratio) Resolution 1080 x 1920 pixels (~403 ppi pixel density) Multitouch Yes Protection Corning Gorilla Glass 3 PLATFORM OS…

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Eyewear free 3-D Technology At Your Fingertips

Video displays that offer both 2-D and 3-D imaging without the use of eyewear are very popular to consumers worldwide. Viewers, however, usually have to watch from a distance of around one meter. This eradicates the application of this technology to mobile devices. But researchers at Seoul National University, South Korea, have simplified and shrunk the architecture of the technology to convert these displays for near-viewing capabilities. In a paper published in the journal optic express from The Optical Society, the researchers described their revolutionary design. The typical eyewear-free display features action…

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6 Things You Need to Know Today

Dell and EMC have completed their $67 billion merger to create Dell Technologies, the world’s largest privately held technology company. It’s a historic day, far from the PC company that sponsored the “Dude, I’ve bought a Dell” campaign. The new company will sell PCs, servers, storage, networking and software products. It has an impressive list of assets including Dell’s PC and servers, EMC storage, VMWare, RSA, Wyse, Force10, and the Pivotal software and Boomi cloud services. Work has started for the autonomous units to work in unison, but there are…

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Stunning gadgets that takes us into the future

A tech trade show called IFA took over a large swath of Berlin. The usual assortment of look-alike smartphones and ultra-thinner laptops made their appearances, as did any number of forgettable headphones. Were there smartwatches? Probably. Amid all the same-olds, though, a core group of wait-whats shined. This year, gadgets are getting weird again. Thank goodness. It’s true that every season has its technological curiosities. But they’re often relegated to the sidelines, the outer halls of the conference center, the punchline posts at the end of a long week of…

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what do you do with these super humanoid robot

As we exercise, our bodies can produce a lot of heat as our muscles convert chemical energy into mechanical energy. To keep moving effectively during such conditions, we produce sweat to cool ourselves down. As the water in our sweat evaporates, it takes excess heat with it, allowing us to keep moving without overheating. A team from the University of Tokyo has created a robot that can exercise and cool off in a similar way, inspired by human sweat. The new robot is named Kengoro. It has arms, legs, and…

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3D printing technology to create stunning robots

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On Monday, researchers at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) have announced that they used 3D printing technology to create custom shock-absorbing “dampers,” or “skins,” to protect drones and robots. Dubbed the “programmable viscoelastic material” (PVM) technique, MIT’s printing method gives objects the precise stiffness or elasticity they require. Inspiration for the project came from a dilemma, according to MIT. Common damper materials typically have both solid and liquid properties and are made from cheap, compact, easily found items such as rubber or plastic. However, these items are…

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Is the Amazing internet is still at the beginning

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“The internet is still at the beginning of its beginning,” writes Wired co-founder and Silicon Valley guru Kevin Kelly in his new book The Inevitable. Kelly argues that adding machine intelligence to everyday objects — a process he calls “cognifying” — “would be hundreds of times more disruptive to our lives than the transformations gained by industrialization.” Is he right? Kelly’s extreme optimism represents one pole of this debate. At the opposite pole is economist Robert Gordon, who believes the IT revolution is basically over. In his new book The…

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World’s First Spectacular and outstanding Time Crystal

Time Crystal Physicists Create World’s First Time Crystal Time crystals were first predicted in 2012. Now researchers have created time crystals for the first time and say they could one day be used as quantum memories. by Emerging Technology from the arXiv October 4, 2016 Crystals are extraordinary objects, not least because of their symmetry. Crystals form repeating patterns that are the same in some directions but not all directions. That’s something of a surprise given that the laws of physics, which govern their formation, are the same in all…

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Stunning way of Excited communication through touch

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It could be used in future security systems, or as a way of exchanging contact information through a handshake Panasonic has developed a data transmission system that can exchange information through human touch. The prototype human body communication device sends data at up to 100kbps through a radio field on a person’s skin. When they touch an object or person with a suitable transreceiver, data can be exchanged. The device is on show at this week’s Ceatec electronics show in Japan through several color-coded demonstrations. In one, for example, a…

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These powerful gaming headphones come with a neck twist

Gaming headsets meet gyroscopes and accelerometers on a new Kickstarter project called the Booster One. Borrowing the split-headband design of modern classics like the Sennheiser HD25, and using the now-ubiquitous aluminum for their construction, the Booster Ones aren’t all that unusual in their looks. Where they differ from most is in tracking the motions of your head and using them to perform in-game actions. if you’ve always dreamed of using your neck to do something more productive than just keeping your head from falling off, these might be just the…

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