Technology is making science fiction come real
The latest technological advancements and modern inventions have endowed us with evolution in our lives. In old days, people used to consider such innovations miracle, but at present the availability of latest gadgets, computing devices, mobile phones and other electronic items have made our life convenient & easy. Further, as the technology is advancing with fast pace, you must be thinking what may come next? With the presence of different and latest mobile phones, laptops, iPods, tablet PCs and advanced version of OS like Windows, MAC, Android & Symbian, life has become more productive and tasks simplified.
Recently, the development of latest software in the history of technology, SIRI (Speech Interpretation and Recognition Interface) has given an edge to the next level of innovation. SIRI is an intelligent personal assistant, which can be installed in your latest version of iPhone 4S, and help you send messages in your own voice, schedule meeting, make phone calls and more. This applications uses natural language user interface to answer your questions, perform actions and make recommendations. Moreover, SIRI understands what the user says and what you mean and reply to your any questions put up by you. This software utilizes the dual-core A5 chip in iPhone 4S along with Wi-Fi & 3G networks in order to communicate with Apple’s data centers to ensures fast & accurate task execution.
For all the students and admission seekers, it’s time to rejoice as work will become hassle-free and untiring. ST (Splashgain Technologies) has developed a new Android application, ePravesh. This application has been designed with an aim to streamline the entire pre-admission procedures for students as well as educational institutions. ePravesh was developed with a single thought of going beyond the internet platform and provide requisite admission details & solutions on the student’s mobile phones. Available in most of the Android based smartphones; ePravesh offers relevant information on broachers, course details and access to the websites of different colleges & schools in a single tap. And it is important to note that if you want to use this application for free, you must get yourself registered with www.epravesh.com.
Earlier, Google’s Chairman, Eric Schmidt predicted that in near future rapid advancements in technology will transform fiction into reality. The result is here, Google has programmed a driverless car, which will run, cruise, twist and turn on its own. Nevada’s Department for Motor Vehicles has issued Google with a license to test its Driverless Car for the first time on the public streets.
Tech-freaks are all set to experience new innovations and Latest Technology in mobile phones, as Nokia launches its augmented reality application for Windows handsets. Similar to Layar and Wikitude, Nokia’s latest augmented reality app; City Lens helps the users overlay surroundings on their smartphones through camera. This application can be downloaded from Nokia Beta Labs. Further, this application also allows the users to share related information via SMS & email with others. The newly launched augmented reality application is currently developed for Lumia 900, 800 and 710 smartphones.
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