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The sound of music has the power to change our mind, following a quick psychological impact. While people tend to listen to different music based on their mood, they might want to fabricate a standalone music instrument of their own with the least effort possible. Can we imagine the combo? Now we can, with the help of the latest interactive design tool “Printone” developed by a group of scientists from the Dartmouth College and Autodesk Research team. As they confirm, with their latest...
Take a look around, folks! The Internet is full of event listing websites that are ugly and super-useless! We engineers deserve better for our engineers; and that's the reason we decided to launch the Events app on CE-IO! As always, our intention is to build the best place for engineers to promote their event among thousands of engineers around the world and also stay up to date with events.
Growing up in a middle class family with both his parents working, the entrepreneurship 'bug' made his way into the life of Mark Piarejee only after he had completed engineering. Though, clearly the idea of "being one's own boss & doing what one wants to do, when one wants to do it" - had taken root in his mind from a very young age. Through his years in engineering from 2008-2012, Mark always kept an ear towards startup news. During college, Mark and his friends used to rent books either...
In a novel breakthrough, researchers at MIT have developed a new computational model of the human brain’s face-recognition mechanism that seems to capture and improve on aspects of human neurology, missed by previous models. The system came up with the technique by itself, after being trained on a battery of sample images.
The trained system included an intermediate processing step that could identify portraits regardless of the rotation of...
Researchers at MIT have devised a protein-based probe approach to perform MRI scans. Their team have come up with a protein- based sensor that responds to the techniques followed in MRI. The existing method uses radioactive probes to obtain imaging data. However, this new finding could revolutionize the field of MRI and imaging following a non-radioactive approach. Despite of being able to do the task, radioactive probes offers lower resolution and lesser efficiency in imaging dynamic...
Meizu, in a recent event unveiled M3X and Pro 6 Plus smartphones in China priced at CNY 1,699 (roughly Rs. 16,900) and CNY 2,999 (roughly Rs. 29,900) respectively. The devices will come in two storage bundle options. The Meizu M3X is priced at CNY 1,699 (roughly Rs. 16,900) for the 3 GB RAM with 32 GB inbuilt storage variant, while the 4 GB RAM with 64 GB internal storage variant costs CNY 1,999 (roughly Rs. 19,900).
The Meizu Pro 6 Plus is...
Born and brought up in Hyderabad, Kranthi Kumar hails from a lower middle-class family. In the neighborhood he grew up, an academic bent of mind led a person to lead a decent middle-class livelihood, instead of ending up in rags. The youngest of three siblings, Kranthi was always encouraged to pursue his dreams. During his school days, Kranthi shared a great bond of friendship with Abhishek, Sandeep and Pradeep while playing cricket and admiring Sachin Tendulkar. Interestingly, the four...
Lava Mobiles has very quietly unveiled their brand new handset, the X50 Plus on the official website. The Lava X50+ which is priced at Rs. 9,199 boasts of some nifty software additions. The Lava X50+ features a 5.5inch display with an HD resolution. Since using a 5.5inch smartphone with one hand is quite unwieldy, the company has added a screen-shrink feature which lets you use the smartphone with just one hand. Capturing a screenshot is easy as pie with a three finger swipe down. The...
If all the recent teasers from Lenovo-owned Motorola are to be believed, Moto M’s launch could soon be expected in India. The said smartphone, Motorola’s first with all metal design was unveiled earlier this month in China at CNY 1,999 (roughly Rs. 19,700). The pricing can well remain around this range when it launches in India.
The device features a 5.5-inch full-HD (1080 x 1920 pixels) 2.5D IPS display with a pixel density of 401 ppi....
Mada Seghete grew up in Romania where the curriculum was heavily focused on learning math. She used to go match contests and used the money she won as prize to buy stuff. For example, she got her first backpack from the money she won in one such contest. These early years in participating in competitions and winning prize money, introduced Mada to the notion that she could work hard and see results. Years later, Seghete went to Cornell University and decided to study computer...​