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All you need to know about the cool gadgets launched at CES 2017
Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2017 began with a bang on January 5, 2017, in Las Vegas. The tech fair featured an exuberant display of technology and witnessed big brands like Google and BMW coming together for the creation of future technology.While the participating brands including tech companies like Dell, Lenovo and HP displayed some really cool laptops, organisations like Google and BMW went high on Artificial Intelligence.
In case you missed out on the developments, check out the updates here:
Lenovo launches series of gaming laptops Lenovo Legion (Photo: Lenovo/CES 2017)
CES 2017 witnessed Lenovo launching a new series of gaming laptops– Legion. Lenovo Legion Y720 features the latest range of Intel Core processors with discrete graphics and super fast hybrid storage space and an Xbox One Wireless Controller support. The company also launched Yoga Book, which runs on a custom version of Android operating system. Yoga Book also features an innovative Halo keyboard, which appears when you need it and vanishes when you don’t.
LG unveils a super-slim television
LG unveils TV (Photo: LG/CES 2017)Korean consumer electronics giant unveiled a super-slim television at CES 2017. The smart-TV is a mere 2.57mm thick and features an OLED panel with nano-cell technology. The company would start shipping the TV, that looks like a poster on the wall, from March 2017.
Samsung shows off Odyssey notebook system
Samsung Odyssey (Photo: Windows/CES 2017)The year 2016 was a year of epic bloopers for Korean electronic giant Samsung. However, the company has a number of devices lined up in 2017 to make a stellar comeback. Starting the year with a bang, the company showed off its latest notebook– Odyssey at the CES in LA. The laptop is power-packed with a number of features including the 7th generation Intel core i7 processor with a wide-view angle display, a 1TB HDD, Dual SSD + HDD and Triple storage space. The company also updated its Notebook 9 series laptop adding an increased battery life, Windows 10, 7th generation Intel Core i7 Processor to it. The company also announced Chromebook and Chromebook Plus, that offer 360-degree rotating touchscreen.
HP launches world’s slimmest convertible
HP Spectre (Photo: HP Spectre/CES 2017)Ahead of CES 2017, US tech giant Hewlett-Packard (HP) unveiled the world’s thinnest convertible laptop. EliteBook x360 promises the longest ever battery life of over 16 hours. The laptop is protected by a coating of Corning Gorilla Glass and is powered by the seventh-generation Intel core i7 processor. The company also unveiled EliteBook x360, which features ultra-high display, 16GB DDR4 RAM and Windows Hello support.
Qualcomm display the all-mighty Snapdragon 835 processor
Snapdragon 835 (Photo: Qualcomm/CES 2017)While CES is all about the big brands bragging their peerless technological advancements, it’s the core products like the processors, VR and graphics that draw maximum attention. In this cases, the show-stealer was Qualcomm that unveiled its all-mighty processor Snapdragon 835 at CES 2017. The company is launching the processor in conjunction with the Power Rangers VR gear.
Nissan and BMW bring Microsoft’s Cortana to cars
BMW integrates Cortana to its dashboard (Photo: BMW/CES 2017)Remember Cortana? Microsoft’s smartass AI that has been guiding you on your Windows laptops and phones. Well, two of the biggest names in the automotive– Nissan and BMW are bringing Cortana to your car. While BMW plans to use Cortana for a personalised autonomous driving experience, Nissan plans to use the AI in a similar way while adding ‘google maps like’ features to it.
Kingston unveils 2TB flash drive
Kingston (Photo: Facebook)In this digital era, storage space is of great importance, specially when we’re dealing with the humongous quantity of data every day. To facilitate the process of data storage, Kingston launched world’s first flash drive with the storage space of 2TB at a pre-CES event. The USB drive is completely shock-proof and is compatible with Windows 7 and higher versions, Mac OS v10.9 and above, Linux v2.6 and above and Google Chrome.
Dell launches Alienware and other laptops
Dell laptops (Photo: Windows/CES 2017)If CES is too big an event, Dell made it even bigger by releasing a series of laptops. Apart from updating its Alienware series, Dell also updated its Canvas, XPS, Precision and UltraSharp series of laptops. The company also added WiTricity magnetic resonance wireless charging technology to its laptops to enable wireless charging in its laptops.
Blackberry launches Mercury
Blackberry Mercury (Photo: Facebook)TCL, the company that now manufactures smartphones for Blackberry showed-off a teaser of their rumoured smartphone– Mercury. The smartphone will feature a combination of Android-Blackberry keypad and will be launched at Mobile World Congress 2017.
Casio launches WSD-F20 smartwatch
Casio smartwatch (Photo: Facebook)
Japanese consumer electronic giant has updated its smartwatch WSD-F20. The smartwatch runs on Android Wear 2.0 and features GPS functionality and support for online and offline maps. WSD-F20 comes with a rugged look and can slip into the low-power monochrome mode for basic tasks like checking time. Though the prices haven’t been confirmed yet, the smartwatch will be hit the market in April this year.
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China to send 30 missions into space in 2017
China plans to conduct some 30 space launch missions in 2017, a record-breaking number in the country's space history, a media report said.
According to the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation, Long March-5and Long March-7 rockets will be used to carry out most of the space missions this year, the People’s Daily reported on Wednesday.Long March-5 is China’s largest carrier rocket. The successful test launch of the vehicle in November in South China’s Hainan Province will pave the way for space station construction, analysts said.Wang Yu, general director of the Long March-5 program, said 2017 is a critical year for China’s new generation of carrier rockets and the Long March-5 rockets will carry Chang’e-5 probe to the space. The probe will land on the moon, collect samples and return to Earth.On the other hand, Long March-7, the more powerful version of Long March-2, will send China’s first cargo spacecraft Tianzhou-1 into the space in the first half of 2017, according to Wang Zhaoyao, director of China Manned Space Engineering Office.
Tianzhou-1 is expected to dock with Tiangong-2 space lab and conduct experiments on propellant supplement.China conducted 22 launch missions in 2016 and 19 in 2015. The country successfully tested its Long March-7 rocket in June last year and has gradually shifted to new generation rockets that reduce the use of toxic rocket fuels.Last Month, China released a white paper on space activities, announcing plans to soft land Chang’e-5 on the moon by the end of 2017 and launch its first Mars probe by 2020.
What do I say?? :D
Oh! I mean where do I even begin?
Let me say it in a language that even most infant current generation will understand :D
We are a big Superhero who don't want to use it's full power and more interested in discovering it's secret of powers which will take a lot of time, anyway in the meantime others were thinking what the fuck these guys are doing? Let us learn from them.
Chinese did it
Muslims did it (well not quite as they also were too involved in their own shit)
Caucasian British did it
Mohammed Ghori attack
Mughal Empire in India
East India company's introduction
Now China's rise
Everyone got rich (except Muslims as I said before they also were too involved in their own shit) and we are thinking - “Oh! We had a great empire in the past, we were the richest”
We suck at adapting
What we do now in present times absolutly not enough
Europeans look most advanced now because they adapted better than anyone else on earth
We kept ourselves insecured by not adapting and end result where we are today
This is not a new problem though
We have given birth to most religions in the world and we are too involved in that shit
We also were very progressive in the past, so many critical thinking, discovery, socio-economic development, sexual progression, philosophical advancement through various mediums like Veda etc
But we are too involved in that as a result we didn't adapt like the Europeans and we are living in the past which is why our previous generation is insecured about past tradition and everything that is associated with it and don't want to change and doing everything possible to make sure so that next generation also change as slowly as possible demolishing any possibility of making them insecured :D
End result is-
Europeans were some village full of white people used to come to India to do business now the unofficial king of the world and later created America, their best creation outside Europe probably :D
And now we are hearing wonderful brilliant questions from them like - How come Indians exist outside of America?
Are Indian Asians?
Why they don't look Asians?
How come brown Indians become Asians?
Why Indians are called Asians?
Why South Asia is part of Asia?
Is South Asia part of Asia?
Why Asians don't look like Indians?
This is just some of moderate examples
To be very honest, we deserve this
Our previous generation is responsible for this
But is our present generation adapting???
Not quite, they are adapting but it is the same slow progression which means despite knowing everything about everything things won't change as a result the generation after us also will say the same thing about our generation
So the moot point is we suck at adapting big time
We definitely believe we are good at it but we aren't, we are one of the worst in it in the world, so it's not a big surprise that we are one of poorest region in the world despite knowing everything about everything :D