The company says its 27-inch curved LCD display provides a more immersive viewing experience for PC gaming and video streaming.
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Jim Grubb, Vice President of Emerging Technologies & Chief Demonstration Officer explores how IOE is opening an array of opportunity in retail. Location based sensors, facial recognition, high-definition video; just some of the innovations discussed which are destined to vastly change the customer experience.
Google has done a good job with the Chrome browser on mobile platforms. The beta version rivals the desktop experience on Android and is lightning fast, which is shown on video.
The bank has rolled out a swathe of technology initiatives, including in-branch video conferencing and a NFC contactless payment trial on Android phones, to improve customer experience.
Curiosity's descent onto Mars and follow-up imagery are being hosted in the cloud.
NASA tapped Amazon Web Services to provide the back-end tools to build a live video streaming infrastructure for the Mars rover launch.
Polycom is updating its RealPresence video collaboration and mobile platforms with a focus on the user experience, total cost of ownership, and multi-vendor integration.
Scammers are once again trying to pique Facebook users' curiosity with claims of a video that doesn't exist. The world is not ending in 2012, and NASA has not released a video saying it will.
NASA has released a rare video of the far side of the moon, captured by one of the two GRAIL probes that are orbiting the moon to map its gravitational field.The US space agency published the video, which was shot on 19 January, on Thursday.
To be honest, I have a lot more interest in the high-profile Super Bowl commercials than the Super Bowl itself. But football is, under all the money and hype, still a game, and the natural question to ask is, how do we tie interactive and/or video games in with this once-a-year cultural experience?
How staff at one organisation adapted to Microsoft's cloud suite...
As partners listened to Microsoft’ spiel at Microsoft WPC today, they may ask themselves the same question that any Google follower should be asking as well – with all of this talk about video, how is your network possibly going to keep up? From Google+ to Lync to Facebook, application developers are rushing to embed video into the social , collaborative experience.
I've been getting up close and personal with Avaya's new Android-based tablet, the Avaya Desktop Video Device. Not exactly a catchy name, but important because it's the first device to run the Avaya Flare Experience which, in case you haven't heard of it, is the company's next-generation user interface for its Aura unified communications (UC) solution.
Its partnership with Skype to bring video calls to its subscribers isn't the only iron Comcast has in the fire at this week's Cable Show. Tomorrow, the cable giant will detail what it's calling its "next generation television experience" for Xfinity TV customers, including a new set-top box and a revamped and more interactive UI.
HTC is finally entering the Android tablet market and to differentiate they are offering an advanced inking experience for users. Check out my huge image gallery and video walk through.
Noah Kravitz of TechnoBuffalo and I continue with Good to Go: a weekly video show covering the hot topics of the day. In this show we share our experience with 4G.
The WGX (Windows Gaming Experience) team has some ambitious ideas for gaming across Windows, Xbox, and mobile. Check out this internal video that showcases some of those ideas.
Cisco is planning to buy privately-held Inlet Technologies — a digital media processing platform specialist — in a bid to bolster its Videoscape platform, the company said on Friday.Cisco says that Inlet's expertise in adaptive bit rate (ABR) media platforms will provide a better experience for service providers wanting to deliver video and other multimedia content to their customers across a range of devices.
Added core can deliver better multimedia experience to consumers while enterprise users will benefit from boosted apps and video quality on their smartphones, say industry players.
This morning, Nintendo announced that its new 3D handheld gaming system -- the Nintendo 3DS -- will cost $250 and will be available on March 27. While the main focus of this gaming system is to provide a three-dimensional portable video game experience that doesn’t require any glasses, it’s interesting to see that the House that Built Mario is flirting with an additional level of gamification with this new device, in the form of a built-in app called the Activity Log.
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