Fitbit Inc. manufactures wearable fitness-tracking devices worldwide. It was founded in 2007 by Eric Friedman and James Park, who saw the potential for using sensors in small, wearable devices. These small, wireless-enabled, wearable technology devices monitor the calories burned or the distance covered to calculate the fitness of the users. Fitbit products inspire people to exercise more and eat better, inspiring people to lead healthier and happier lives.
Apple Inc., the darling of USA, has won over millions of hearts all around the world. We never miss a chance to flaunt our third generation iPhone or a Macbook. Adding to the list, apple Inc. launched its Apple Watch on September 2014, conjointly with the introduction of the iPhone 6.
Would you bend over backwards to buy a laptop that actually bends over backwards? (Pun intended). The new Lenovo Yoga 3 owes its name as it bends over all the way backwards, allowing it to be twisted into various positions. It is all about the looks.
The concept of electric cars is much hyped, that keeps running on various news channels every now and then. Since, we are heading on the path that will lead to the exhaustion of all the natural resources that Mother Nature has blessed us with; we are on a constant lookout for various energy substitutes.
As we are on the topic of gadgets, we cannot get away without mentioning mobile phones, but I guess you’ll agree that they are the most clichéd ones on the list. Why not take a look at gadgets from various other categories that can do wonders to your lifestyle? Below are listed a few miracles of technology that vow to make your life a lot easier and better.
1GHz CPU speed. Access to movies, shows, sports, music and what not. A top seller. 1080p resolution. One can go on and on about the specifications, when it comes to the Apple TV. Released way back in the January of 2007, with the sole aim of revolutionising the television industry, the then “iTV” shook the markets with its 40GB hard disk and enhanced resolution. The software was regularly upgraded to make way for further enhancements, like improved accessibility to iTunes and revamped content delivery systems and hardware. The Third Generation was unveiled quite recently, and if the media reports are to be trusted, it has been pretty well received. The next upgrade is touted for later in this year.
In the words of John Lasseter, “The art challenges the technology, and the technology inspires the art.” The diverse intricacies of Nature not only intrigue mankind but also inspire in him an urge to invent and re-invent his environment and the components therein. Consequently, the magnitude of transformation the things around us have taken is the evidence that the unimaginable is not impossible. Let us take a sneak-peak at some of the latest technological inventions.
Toddlers, school or college folks- technology is the new playground for students. “Learn as you play” is a cliché no more. The revolution of the internet and online platforms that have swept the world has not left the education sector untouched. From playschools to high schools and universities, the blackboard has metamorphosed into a polyclinic of sorts, both literally and metaphorically!
Troglodytes were the first businessmen of our civilization with animal carcass and crop yields for currency, and fledgling human language for communication. Today, the cave and the carcass have given way to paper wealth, while the latter has transformed into verbal and written communication through digital utilities. Technology has slithered into every business enterprise, from the upstart to the biggie!
The omnipresent, all-knowing (well! in principle.) and invisible god of our times that pervades all space (and vacuum too!) is the one that drives the wheel of the world forward in virtually every way. Meet ‘Internet’- the seed of information, and the ‘information’ itself!