New baby wear helps parents monitor their child's breathing
Nanit's Breathing Wear helps you monitor your baby's breathing motion in real-time using a regular phone, and is able to send an alert whenever you need to take action. It's made from pure cotton and is machine washable.
Cosmo Communicator replaces your smartphone and laptop
The device is an Android 9 phone that includes a keyboard and runs Linux as well. It's small enough to fit in a pocket and includes two touchscreens; the larger one has 6 inches, giving you enough space to work on the move.
The Vuze XR is a next-gen VR camera
Extended Reality (XR) combines Augmented Reality (AR), Virtual Reality (VR) and other “realities”, mixing real and virtual information. Vuze XR is a dual VR camera that is able to capture 3D VR180 and 2D VR360 footage in 5.7K, at 30 fps. It's an affordable gadget that allows people to capture, create and share their own virtual reality experiences; a live broadcast option is available as well.
Wearable AI translator allows you to talk in different languages
WT2 is the world's first wearable translator, allowing you to translate various languages in real-time. It consists of two earphone translators, which can be worn by two people; one of them will speak in his/her language and the other one will hear in his/her different language. The product comes with a well-built companion app which is compatible with Android and iOS-based phones.
New AR glasses project high-quality visuals
Nreal has built a pair of mixed reality glasses that are both lightweight and comfortable. According to a company representative, the glasses weigh less than a fifth of a pound and can project a high quality 1080p image. The device utilizes a USB-C connector, so it can be powered by a smartphone.
AMD announces Radeon VII
Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. has recently announced the world's first 7nm gaming GPU, which uses the second generation of AMD's "Vega" architecture. Radeon VII provides an increase of up to 29% when it comes to gaming performance and is about 36% faster in demanding content creation applications.
Bose invents a noise-canceling system for cars
The company is well-known for its high-quality headphones that utilize advanced noise-cancelling mechanisms. In a surprising move, Bose has recently announced its new QuietComfort technology, which can be utilized to eliminate road noise and makes use of the vehicle's speakers. This is good news for most of us, considering the fact that electric vehicles tend to expose drivers to more road noise.
AT&T promises nationwide 5G access by 2020
The telephone operating company has already launched a 5G test program in 12 U.S. cities, and now it is ready for full nationwide coverage. The carrier will utilize the lower-band spectrum for now, and will only provide mmWave services, which are marketed as 5G+, in high-traffic areas. Let's hope that chipset manufacturers will keep up with the rapid change; Qualcomm continues to lead the pack so far.
Wikimedia integrates Google Translate to help its editors
The world's largest online encyclopedia has recently partnered with Google, integrating its translation tools into Wikipedia's article editing system. Due to this feature, the nonprofit's editors will be able to work faster and have the ability to translate articles in more than 120 different languages.
Baidu unveils edge computing platform and AI boards
The company has announced its OpenEdge open source computing platform, which is based on Baidu's Intelligent Edge (BIE). The platform provides support for models that have been trained on various AI frameworks and allows its users to build a great variety of edge computing systems.