Barcelona, Spain: In the currently ongoing (February 22 to 25, 2016) Mobile World Congress at Barcelona, if you look at the advancements, one thing is clear Smartphone has become the undisputed King in the world of electronics. It has developed into a sophisticated gadget that can cater to endless numbers of functions and features.
The Mobile phone is not only becoming an integral part of life for many, the increasing ability for this device to undertake and perform functions is truly amazing.
Watch this 2-minute video and marvel at the King of all- a Smartphone!
It will allow users to have a double screen on single device
The technology is certainly very clever
Apple has been granted a patent for “dual display” that can potentially allow a future MacBook or iPad to use the second screen in place of a keyboard, media reports said.
“The US Patent and Trademark Office has granted the tech giant a patent titled ‘dual display equipment with enhanced visibility and suppressed reflections’,” Apple Insider reported late on Tuesday.
The documentation for the patent outlines a device that would use the second display as a dynamic keyboard.
The patent also describes the use of polarizers to help minimise reflections from the two screens onto each other which is a clever addition to solve that problem should the Cupertino-headquartered actually look to build this as a real device, according to The Verge.
There was plenty of slime and llamas in red pajamas at the International Toy Fair earlier this week in New York. Hidden among these popular playthings were a number of toys that cater to the modern-day kid, with plenty of technology built in.
Educational toys are a mainstay in the industry, and S.T.E.M. toys, those that incorporate principles of science, technology, engineering, and math, have garnered attention in recent years. But now, toymakers are addressing children’s emotional intelligence as well, with toys that not only cultivate their IQ but their EQ, or emotional quotient.
PleIQ is a set of plastic toy blocks that use augmented reality technology to showcase a variety of words, numbers, and lessons to children. PleIQ CEO Edison Durán demonstrated how virtual characters and miniature storybook scenes pop up on the blocks when they’re held in