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  Samsung Smart Window: Control Your View Of The World.   There’s an old saying, that “some people see the world through rose colored glasses.” Thanks to Samsung that is now possible.The Smart Window is a Samsung Home concept that allows you to simulate a home window anywhere in your house. Create day or night,


In an effort to make it easier for Android to enter vehicles, major players in the auto and technology industries, including Google, Audi, GM, Honda, Hyndai and NVIDIA, have come together to form the Open Automotive Alliance (OAA). Their goal is to make Android the standard that will form the basis of the connected car

Pivot head

Already one of the most intriguing combinations of wearable  technology available, Pivothead glasses just got a little  bit more cool. As if something right out of Mission Impossible, the glasses  allow you to live-stream video, take snapshots and control filming remotely with a smartwatch or mobile device. PivotHead features a 1080p HD camera integrated between the lenses,

Emo Spark Cube

For as long as we’ve been imagining emotionally intelligent machines, we have pictured something at least mildly resembling human form. From George Lucas’ C-3PO, to the recently-developed Robokind Zeno R25, our vision for robotic companionship has typically involved two arms and two legs. Taking a different approach is inventor of the EmoSpark console Patrick Levy Rosenthal,

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google- smart shoes

  This weekend, at the annual South by Southwest conference in Austin, Texas, Google unveiled an early prototype of motion-sensing “smart shoes,” with an embedded speaker on the tongue of the shoe that can yell motivation at you when you’re being lazy, or encourage you when you’re being active. The next-gen footwear was developed as part of

Air Touch

  The concept is compelling — controlling devices from a distance with your hands. PointGrab technology, which recognizes hand or finger motion and tracks it to remote-control devices. PointGrab uses depth information to control objects from a distance. It goes beyond the typical cursor control, enabling more of a virtual touch screen controlled by pointing and


  Awesome news from Apple.  The company announced yesterday that the highly anticipated new Mac Pro will be available for order starting today. The oval-shaped desktop machine for professionals will start with a 3.7GHz, quad-core Intel Xeon E5 processor, dual AMD FirePro D300 GPUs with 2GB of VRAM each, 12GB of memory and 256GB of PCIe-based flash

    What does it take to build an app from scratch? Time (a lot of it), and a little luck. Leo Grand, a homeless man living on the streets of New York, was approached by 23-year-old programmer Patrick McConlogue and asked if he wanted $100, or to be taught coding javascript. Grand, who lost his home after being

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The once clear delineation between the car and motorcycle has become somewhat muddied in recent times with the emergence of an array of narrow tracked vehicle designs sporting two, three and four wheels. Kawasaki threw another fascinating oddity into the ring at the Tokyo Motor Show today with the unveiling of the outlandish, shape-shifting “J” 3-wheel electric

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  Smartphone heads-up display systems that project navigation and other information onto car windshields are seen as a way to reduce driver distraction. The HeadsUP! from tech start-up NeXt takes a different approach. Rather than relying on projection, this system is based around a transparent display mounted in front of the windshield that gives drivers


  When LG announced its curved smartphone, the G Flex, it boasted that the handset was coated with a “self-healing” material and even compared it to Wolverine from X-Men. In late October, LG later released a promotional video showing off the self repairing technology in action. The G Flex’s has a curved 6-inch, 720p display which is flexible, &

Millenium FALCON feat

  At Digital Afro, we always like to display that many of the things you see in movies are based in reality. In Star Wars, Han Solo boasted about the speed of his ship the  ‘Millennium Falcon’ saying it made the “Kessel Run in under 12 Parsecs.” Little known fact is that a Parsec is

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