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World’s First And Only 200GB microSD Card Now Available From SanDisk

SanDisk has made another leap in portable storage technology leaving the competition behind with their new 200GB microSD Card. SanDisk Ultra® microSDXC™ UHS-I Card is the world's first and ONLY 200GB microSD card as of today. The card is now available for purchase from Amazon for $239.02, the card supports transfer speeds of 90MB/s allowing users to transfer up to 1200 photos in just one minute and comes with a 10-year limited warranty from SanDisk.

Largest Capacity microSD Card

Lenovo Ideacentre 300 : Another PC On A Stick

Be it the GULEEK i8 or Intel Compute Stick, mini-pc's are in-vague these days. Lenovo has also jumped onto the bandwagon and released it's very own Computer-On-A-Stick, the Lenovo Ideacentre 300.

Marketed with the tagline "Affordable Personal Computing in the Palm of Your Hand", the pocket-sized desktop comes with the standard spec-sheet of it's competition which is - a Intel Atom Z3735F CPU, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of built-in storage, USB port, microSD card, WiFi and Bluetooth 4. The Windows 8.1 powered HDMI stick computer is scheduled to hit stores in July, 2015 for a price-tag of $129. It is to be noted this costs $20 less then Intel Compute Stick, also I would still recommend GULEEK i8 over these as it costs just $103 for the same specs includes free world-wide shipping, can be ordered right-now and comes with has added benefit of an built-in 3000mAh battery.

Picture Of Lenovo Ideacentre 300

BMW 7-Series : The Future of Luxury Cars With Gesture Control, Airline Style Tables and Remote Control Parking

If Range Rover's James Bond style phone controlled car was not enough to get you excited, here is even more technology and luxury from BMW.

The 2016 BMW 7 Series is feature packed iteration to the companies lineage of luxury vehicle generations, BMW has released an 55 page press release explaining the bells and whistles of their new flagship model. Besides the new softer character the car now features the ‘Carbon Core’ tech which makes use of carbon fiber for structural pieces to reduce weight and improve efficiency of the car, on the technology front the car comes with "Remote Control Parking" allowing the driver to navigate in or out of forward-parking spaces standing outside of the car. The feature is initiated via the "BMW Display Key" which includes an integrated LCD display. Other noteworthy new features include the gesture control integration within iDrive where a dash-mounted 3D sensor will be able to detect predefined hand movements to interact with the infotainment system, inductive charging table for wireless charging of your gadgets, Welcome Light Carpet, elegant LED lighting of various elements inside the car, 4-zone climate control, ventilated seats with massage, flip-out airline style tables and much more. Do not forget to enjoy the introductory video displaying all the major new attractions of this new luxury car from BMW.

BMW 7-Series

Wafer Thin Android Powerd 4K TV's From Sony

TV's supporting 4K resolution are getting more main stream and now Sony has unveiled their X900C and X910C 4K TV models. The latest addition to Sony's catalog are super-slim and comes powered with Android OS for adding Smartness to the dumb screen. The slimmest of the two, X900C series is just 0.19-inch thick and is priced at $2,499 for a 55-inch model, and $3,999 for its 65-inch counterpart. The bigger 75-incher model X910C is scheduled for a later release for $5,499.

Android TV, Triluminos display and an X1 processor to decode 4K videos smoothly are standard features across all three new models.

4K TV

Experience The James Bond Thrill In Real Life With Land Rover's Mobile Controlled Car

Imagine yourself controlling your car with your smartphone just like Pierce Brosnan driving a BMW with his smartphone to escape bad guys, well this can soon be a reality with Range Rover Sport controlled by a Smartphone App. As demonstrated by Jaguar in the video shared below, the Remote Control Range Rover Sport research vehicle is being driven by the driver from outside the car via his smartphone.

The smartphone app includes control of steering, accelerator and brakes as well as changing from high and low range. This would allow the driver to walk alongside the car, at a maximum speed of 4mph, to manoeuvre their car out of challenging situations safely, or even to negotiate difficult off-road terrain. The smartphone app also comes in handy to reverse the car out of a parking space if someone has parked too close for them to open the door. Jaguar is doing some excellent research work in bringing technology to it's cars for tackling real life issue like the Transparent Car Technology Demonstrated earlier.

Land Rover Remote Controlled Car

WiFi Hotspot Protector For Apple iOS Devices - always on guard for safety of your sensitive data

WiFi Hotspot ProtectorWith nearly 5 million WiFi hotspots available worldwide, it’s easy to chat, shop online, pay for the services and work no matter where you are. Airports, hotels, coffee shops, malls, and parks have public WiFi hotspots. But except for travelers and freelancers, these places attract hackers and identity thieves.

Even inexperienced cyber criminals can set up a rogue access point, so-called evil twin, perform a ‘man in the middle’ attack, and begin eavesdropping on / ‘sniffing’ your traffic. You might think you are talking to your friend and sent your password to a man-in-the-middle. You may think you are connecting to the Starbucks WiFi hotspot when actually connecting to an evil twin and letting someone install malware on your device or clone your identity.

That is when WiFi Hotspot Protector comes in handy. This new security app is always on guard for the safety of your sensitive emails, credit card information, photos and passwords from your accounts. No need to stop using the speedy internet in WiFi hotspots. Each time you are using public hotspots with WiFi Hotspot Protector, you are safe.

WiFi Hotspot Protector For Apple iOS Devices

Apple iOS 9 To Support Built-in Ad-blocking

Apple iOS 9 brings a major shift to company's policy and will now allow developers to create extensions that block web-content on their devices. There was no public announcement regrading the new feature but developers running iOS 9 have found the "content-blocking" feature enabled in their device's Safari browser settings as shown below.

Adblocker For iOS

New Content Blocker App Extensions for Safari (on iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan) allows targeting of subsets of web-content (display ads, images, navigation elements, popups, scripts, fonts, style sheets, media files, cookies etc.) blocking them from being shown or loaded.

The final retail "Oculus Rift" gets unveiled

The final consumer retail version of long awaited VR headset "Oculus Rift" got unveiled officially with "Oculus Touch" controller. Videos of both shared below for your pleasure.

"Driver Alcohol Detection System for Safety" Technology To Enforce Automated Ignition Lock For Drunk Drivers

DADSS LogoDrunk driving is the reason behind 10,000 deaths each year, 25 states in USA impose ignition interlock devices for drunk driving offenders which require them to blow into a breathalyzer to start the car. A new "Smart Car" technology called Driver Alcohol Detection System for Safety (DADSS) aims to change that with automated, transparent, noninvasive alcohol safety check in all cars. The technology will automatically detect when a driver is intoxicated with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) at or above .08 and prevent the car from moving. It will be made available as a safety option in new vehicles - like automatic braking, lane departure warning and other advanced driver assist vehicle technologies. Don't forget to watch the video demonstration of this smart car technology shared below.

Driver Alcohol Detection System for Safety (DADSS)
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