Aido: Next Scampaign on Indiegogo


The Aido campaign wants you to believe that it has a robot that will guard your home, suggest recipes, take pictures, read stories, help with home repairs, recognize guests, play songs and movies, send and receive video chats, set your thermostat, play with a ball, entertain your pet, project interactive menus, and wake you up, among other capabilities – all for a just $549 (multimedia projector and charging base docking station sold separately for an additional $400).


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Google Allo – A smart messaging app


Coming a month after the launch of Duo, Google’s latest attempt at messaging is now available. The Google Assistant-infused Allo is rolling out on Android and iOS starting today with a full worldwide availability in the next few days.

Google “designed Allo to help you express yourself and keep the conversation going.” Besides stickers from independent artists, the app allows messages, including emoji, to be sent in small (Whisper) or large text (Shout). Users can simply slide up and down on the send button to determine the size. A built-in drawing tool allows you to doodle on images before sending them.

Like in Inbox, Allo can suggest context appropriate Smart Reply for both text and images. They appear just under the last received message and can include emoji. Over time, the replies improve through machine learning and mimic how you normally express yourself in conversations.

The Google Assistant — available as a preview — is the marquee feature of Allo and can be brought up directly in any thread by typing “@google.” It automatically suggest things like restaurant recommendations and bring up cards for both parties to browse. Additionally, there is an Assistant-specific thread that is essentially “Ok Google” with questions typed out and answers delivered through text.

Privacy and security-wise, there is an Incognito mode that encrypts chats end-to-end, uses discreet notifications, and has messages expire after a set time. Google notes that regular Allo chats are still encrypted.

Like Duo, Allo requires a phone number to register. The app is available on the iOS App Store and still rolling out on the Play Store.

via 9to5google

Capture and share VR photos with Cardboard Camera, now on iOS


Whether you’re hiking on the Olympic Peninsula or attending your cousin’s wedding, go beyond the flat photo or selfie. With Cardboard Camera—now available on iOS as well as Android—you can capture 3D 360-degree virtual reality photos. Just like Google Cardboard, it works with the phone you already have with you.

VR photos taken with Cardboard Camera are three-dimensional panoramas that can transport you right back to the moment. Near things look near and far things look far. You can look around to explore the image in all directions, and even hear sound recorded while you took the photo to hear the moment exactly as it happened. To capture a VR photo, hold your phone vertically, tap record, then turn around as though you’re taking a panorama.


Starting today, you can also share your VR photos with friends and family on both iPhone and Android devices. Select multiple photos to create a virtual photo album, tap the share icon, and Cardboard Camera will generate a link (like this) that can be emailed, messaged, or posted in apps and on the web. With a VR viewer like Google Cardboard, your friends can relive those moments as if they were there.

via Google

Microsoft Pix – intelligent camera app for iOS


Microsoft Pix is a smart camera app that automatically helps you take better photos without extra effort. It’s built with serious intelligence behind the lens, so it’s a bit like having a professional photographer tweaking your settings between each shot. This ensures that people and scenes look their best, so you can focus on enjoying the moment instead of struggling to capture it.


Smart Capture

Microsoft Pix is a bit like having a pro photographer in your phone—always tweaking settings, selecting your best shots, and enhancing each one. It also captures frames before you even tap on the shutter, so you won’t miss the best moment.



People are our most important photo subjects, so when a face is detected, Microsoft Pix automatically adjusts settings and after-shot enhancements. It also lets you compare the before and after, to ensure everyone looks their best.


More Fun

Microsoft Pix helps you have more fun with photos. When interesting motion is sensed in your shot, it automatically creates a short, looping video called a Live Image. It also helps you stabilize and time lapse new or existing videos.

Microsoft Pix uses proprietary multi-frame de-noise technology, which helps your photos look as clear and lifelike as possible. Check out the difference in detail on people’s facial features and clothing, including noise reduction in lower light, and greater clarity in the detail of the distinct blacks of her hair and vest.

Microsoft Pix uses multiple technologies to provide true, accurate color for skin tones, food, and foliage, as well as accurate exposure and detail in both the shadow and the highlight areas of the photo. Compare the differences in the shadows on people’s faces, or the color and crispness of the greens in the salad bowl.


via Microsoft

PiBakery – The easiest way to setup a Raspberry Pi


The key feature of PiBakery is the ability to create a customised version of Raspbian that you write directly to your Raspberry Pi. This works by creating a set of scripts that run when the Raspberry Pi has been powered on, meaning that your Pi can automatically perform setup tasks, and you don’t need to configure anything.

The scripts are created using a block based interface that is very similar to Scratch. If you’ve used Scratch before, you already know how to use PiBakery. Simply drag and drop the different tasks that you want your Raspberry Pi to perform, and they’ll be turned into scripts and written to your SD card. As soon as the Pi boots up, the scripts will be run.

Always Be Up To Date

With a new Raspbian image published by the Raspberry Pi Foundation every few months, it can be hard keeping up to date with the latest version.

When a new version of Raspbian is released, all PiBakery users will be asked if they would like to update to this version to use for all future installs.


Melissa Climate – Control your AC with your smartphone


Have total control over your comfort. Now you can control your air conditioner with
your smartphone from anywhere.

How it works?

After you have connected Melissa to your home Wi-Fi network, you will be able to send her commands and receive information about the current temperature and humidity at home through the Internet. When Melissa receives your command, she sends Infrared signals to your AC to change its settings.

Have the temperature you want when you come home.

No matter if you are out of town, at your villa, at work or stuck in traffic, you will have full remote control of your AC with Melissa.


Make your AC smart!

Even when it’s burning hot or freezing cold outdoors, you can always come back to the perfect home temperature thanks to Melissa. With its automatic geo-location function, Melissa will power up your AC well in advance of your return home.


Stocky – Free Photo, Video, Graphics and Music for commercial use


Download absolutely free photo, video, graphics and music for commercial and personal use! are proud and happy to start Stocky poject but before they present their core services to you, they are asking for help. You are as a entrepreneur, designer, marketer know a bunch of stock sites of photography, music, illustration and video and you know best what you really need. Is it picture of mountains or cooking, working in the office or fitness, positive pop music or probably dubstep – they are waiting for your message. Help they help you. Tell them what you need for your work and they’ll do this. Absolutely free.

What is all about? They build a place of free photography, video, music, vector and web templates. Totally free. Why do they do that? Because they can and want to share absolutely free content for your business. And the content they make has to be usefull – that is why they ask you to collaborate. Together they are going to create free usefull place of all kind of creative content.

To speak to us use comments in this post or get in tuch in social media. With your support we will make a better content. Spread a word about and get in touch.


Postacard – Text a Photo to Send as a Postcard Anywhere on Earth for $3

Text a photo to this number to send it as a 4×6 postcard for just $3:

1 (650) 285-1713

Msg & data rates may apply

More information:


How it Works

Text any photo you like 24/7 to our number and we will send it as a 4×6 postcard to any address you specify, anywhere on Earth. Simply answer two questions:

  1. What do you want it to say on the back?
  2. Where are you sending it?

That’s it! The postcard will show up at the address within a week.


NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory Witnesses a Double Eclipse


Early in the morning of Sept. 1, 2016, NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, or SDO, caught both Earth and the moon crossing in front of the sun. SDO keeps a constant eye on the sun, but during SDO’s semiannual eclipse seasons, Earth briefly blocks SDO’s line of sight each day – a consequence of SDO’s geosynchronous orbit. On Sept. 1, Earth completely eclipsed the sun from SDO’s perspective just as the moon began its journey across the face of the sun. The end of the Earth eclipse happened just in time for SDO to catch the final stages of the lunar transit.

In the SDO data, you can tell Earth and the moon’s shadows apart by their edges: Earth’s is fuzzy, while the moon’s is sharp and distinct. This is because Earth’s atmosphere absorbs some of the sun’s light, creating an ill-defined edge. On the other hand, the moon has no atmosphere, producing a crisp horizon.

This particular geometry of Earth, the moon and the sun had effects on viewing down on the ground as well: It resulted in a simultaneous eclipse visible from southern Africa. The eclipse was what’s known as a ring of fire, or annular, eclipse, which is similar to a total solar eclipse, except it happens when the moon is at a point in its orbit farther from Earth than average. The increased distance causes the moon’s apparent size to be smaller, so it doesn’t block the entire face of the sun. This leaves a bright, narrow ring of the solar surface visible, looking much like a ring of fire.

via: NASA

Samsung is Recalling Galaxy Note 7 and Stop Sales

Samsung Galaxy Note 7
Samsung has finally confirmed it will be halting sales of the Galaxy Note 7, and is recalling all phones that have been bought so far.

While the company has said that ‘only’ 24 out of the million sold worldwide are affected, that’s too many given those affected appear to be catching fire – and that number has now risen to 35.

In a statement, the company said:

“Samsung is committed to producing the highest quality products and we take every incident report from our valued customers very seriously. In response to recently reported cases of the new Galaxy Note 7, we conducted a thorough investigation and found a battery cell issue.

“To date (as of September 1) there have been 35 cases that have been reported globally and we are currently conducting a thorough inspection with our suppliers to identify possible affected batteries in the market. However, because our customers’ safety is an absolute priority at Samsung, we have stopped sales of the Galaxy Note 7.

“For customers who already have Galaxy Note 7 devices, we will voluntarily replace their current device with a new one over the coming weeks.

“We acknowledge the inconvenience this may cause in the market but this is to ensure that Samsung continues to deliver the highest quality products to our customers. We are working closely with our partners to ensure the replacement experience is as convenient and efficient as possible.”

Samsung had previously issued a statement saying it will take two weeks to prepare replacements, but now it’s confirmed that all phones will be going back to source for battery changing.

“The problem can be simply resolved by changing the battery, but we’ll come up with convincing measures for our consumers.”

So what happens now? Samsung has halted the sales of the device worldwide, and is preparing replacements. It says it’ll take around two weeks to get the pieces in place, and it’ll exchange devices like-for-like. Most carriers around the world had already halted sales, and any that hadn’t will now, to ensure the faulty devices don’t spread any further. The precise details of how the recall will work are likely to be announced on a regional basis.

via Techradar