23 June, 2016

Sony Xperia E with artificial intelligence in your ear

Sony will produce the new artificial intelligence with the user’s ear and whispered.
Connection board of the phone, an application with the help of weather, appointments, social media messages, missed calls and news like that can respond to having to provide information commands on various topics device able to search in this way the internet can give you directions and dictation messages can be written even .
Spot news man seemed a little horse whispering, but it is not. whispering in your ear, things will no longer be an artificial intelligence. Thank you for following us the development of the technology. Sony Xperia E is called the device aims to whisper into the ear of the user with artificial intelligence. When the device is placed in the ear phone owner put it on the news this veriyor.tek via wireless devices, smartphones audiophiles it aims to live a kind of artificial intelligence experience.

22 June, 2016

Google now lets you sign in to email using a smartphone instead of a password

If you are tired of having to enter long alphanumeric strings to authenticate access to an account, Google has released a service just for you. Google now allows for a prompt to be sent on your phone, that can be used to gain access to your account.
Users need an Android phone with updated Google Play services or the iPhone 5S and later versions. For security reasons the phone needs to be secured from direct access to the applications from the lock screen. Android phones will need an active screen lock mechanism, and iPhones need Touch ID. Additionally, iPhones need the latest updated version of the Google App installed.

Users have to use a computer or laptop to go to the Sign in and Security section of their account. You have to set up your phones in that interface, and go through a dry run that shows how you can sign in to email accounts using a phone. Once the sign in process is set up, every time you enter the account, a message will be shown on screen saying that a prompt has been sent to your phone. If Google’s suspicion detection algorithms get triggered, users will be asked to enter the password on the mobile device.

Google recommends that you do not use shared devices for this service, and only use the phones that you personally carry around. Anyone else who knows the code to unlock the screen can access your account using this feature. If a phone is lost or stolen, the device can be removed from the account settings. Users will still be able to access the account using the regular password if their phone is not available for some reason.

21 June, 2016

Smart shoes from Samsung – Palmdale Tech Time

The Samsung smart phone S7 brings another bomb next to’ll meet.
In verse too many leaks about a situation where there are no leaks in the S7 been amazing shoes. Of course, the shoe does not directly produce Samsung. But under the South Korean technology giant’s signature on the back …

It announced the production of a smart shoe with the statement made by Samsung. After a few days in Berlin will be announced at the Mobile World Congress have recognized that this shoe. IOFIT name given shoes. This sports shoes, the way you posture during physical activities with different pressure sensors are able to monitor your balance and weight distribution will. This data is then processed in real time, offering information about your performance to improve yourself.

Finally, Rivals going to collaboration, Gmail Supports Yahoo Mail App – Gresham Technology Time

Yahoo Mail makes nice with Gmail and adds Google’s service to their mailbox. It’s not uncommon for most of us to have different e-mail accounts, and from different providers.By adding Gmail access to the app, Yahoo! is making a last ditch attempt at making its smartphone app relevant after the Dropbox announcement of shutting down the Mailbox app
With this update, Yahoo Mail joins dozens of other email apps that already support Gmail

The company launched its password-killer Yahoo Mail app this October, but one glaring omission was a lack of support for Google’s Gmail and its roughly 900 million users.

That changed on Thursday with an update to the Android and iOS versions of the app. The update adds IMAP support for Gmail in Yahoo Mail, allowing users to manage Google’s web mail service alongside already-supported Yahoo, Outlook, Hotmail and AOL Mail.

With this update, Yahoo Mail joins dozens of other email apps that already support Gmail, including Google’s own Gmail app, Inbox by Gmail, Outlook from Microsoft, Cloud Magic and so on.

Despite the lack of support for Gmail, Yahoo Mail has nonetheless proved popular among Android users.

According to Google Play statistics, Yahoo Mail has gained between 100 million and 500 million installs, which is far more than Microsoft’s Outlook app or Inbox for Android, which both currently have between 10 million and 50 million installs. Gmail has at least one billion installs.

Yahoo boasting its app will allow you to, “Search across your entire history of emails, from day one, for all connected mailboxes” and “Not just your most recent emails, which is how it’s done in many apps today.”

It’s also put the Xobni email analytics startup it acquired in 2013 to work in the Mail app as its intelligent contact manager, which presents contact information in summary cards.

There are a few differences in the way the Yahoo Mail app handles swipe actions for Gmail compared with other web mail accounts. For example, when managing Outlook and Yahoo email from the app, a left swipe will delete the email. For Gmail, the same action moves it to archive, which can be retrieved from the “All Mail” folder available in Gmail. That action is common across the iOS and Android apps.

Unrelated to its additional support for Gmail, Yahoo has also added split view support for iOS 9 on the iPad and introduced a new slide over action.

Yahoo has followed suit, adding AOL Mail, Hotmail and Outlook.com to the list of email providers supported in its Yahoo Mail app for Android and iOS. But, as you can probably tell, there was one major service missing from the list — Gmail. Now, there is an update that rectifies this.

Yahoo says that Gmail (and Google Apps) users who add their accounts to Yahoo Mail will be able to take advantage of all the big features available in the app, like “powerful search, smart contacts, rich compose features and Yahoo Account Key for password-free sign-in”.

That means, for instance, that they can search through all their emails, search for contacts, and have all the changes they make immediately sync with Google’s servers. There is also support for Gmail in Yahoo Mail’s desktop interface, making it easy to access the accounts from PCs.

Those who want to test the new update can grab Yahoo Mail from App Store (iOS) and Google Play (Android).

On top of supporting Gmail accounts, the iOS app now also works in Split View and supports Slide Over on iPads. On Android, the app brings back select all, adds the ability to switch between mailboxes with a single tap, makes the inbox “more readable”, settings easier to navigate, touch targets bigger for the sidebar and back buttons, improves accessibility and lowers data consumption.

“If your iPad has iOS 9 installed, you can now open Yahoo Mail in a small sidebar by sliding it over from the right side of the screen. This is handy when you want to just quickly check for new messages or reference one particular message without leaving the app you’re already using. And for the recent iPads (iPad Pro, iPad Mini 4, iPad Air 2), you’ll be able to use Yahoo Mail side-by-side with other apps at the same time,” it notes.
There is also App’s Speed improving

Yahoo Mail users on iOS also should see a noticeable speed improvement in the app’s response to opening push notifications.

For Android, Yahoo has implemented a few design changes to make email more readable than its previous version by darkening text in message and conversion lists.

To do this, all you need to do is download the latest update, head to ‘Add another mailbox’, and choose Gmail from the list of e-mail services offered. From then, you will need to sign in with your information, and Yahoo will sync it all in one neat little app. Users will be able to view, manage, and search through their Gmail account just as fast as they can with their Yahoo Mail account and others.

All access will be open, including the history of e-mails already existent. According to Yahoo, “they sync every single action across all your mailboxes”. You can move e-mails, delete them, mark them as read, or many others. When you’re composing an e-mail, you can choose from which account you want to send them, even though you’re using Yahoo’s app.

Also, it’s collapsed settings to a single page, aiming for simpler navigation, and made it easier to see where to sign out. Other improvements include larger touch targets for the sidebar and back buttons, and introduced “patches to reduce data usage on mobile networks”.

In addition to the Gmail support, Yahoo has also updated their Android and iOS apps in terms of performance. The Android update will arrive with a new look, faster performance, along with other enhancements. For iOS devices, the most major improvement was done for push notifications and the archive feature. It seems that Yahoo is making an effort at putting together a much smoother experience, and hopefully not fall behind its competition.

With the new addition of support for Gmail, it might be an app to consider.

Elon Musk is building a robot for household tasks

OpenAI is Elon Musk’s non-profit organisation, backed by over $1 billion in cash. OpenAI just posted technological goals for the company on its blog.

OpenAI is making a household robot to use for testing emerging artificial intelligence technologies. The robot is going to be off the shelf, and not manufactured by OpenAI.  The objective is to create the algorithms that would allow the general purpose robot to learn new household tasks.  OpenAI wants to start building agents, and then gradually keep building the capabilities of those agents. OpenAI also wants to create one bot that can learn and play new and various computer games.

Another goal is to teach machines better natural language communication. Google’s TensorFlow powers some of the most advanced natural language parsers around. However, these technologies still fall short for some applications. These include, having long conversations in natural language, understanding an entire document at once, and being able to follow complex written instructions. OpenAI intends to create the algorithms needed to accomplish this.

OpenAI is a non-profit made out of concerns over an existential threat to humans due to the potential for artificial intelligence to grow explosively. OpenAI has a rather unique approach to tackling the issue of the advent of superior artificial intelligence. It wants to dive in and ensure that the artificial intelligence created are as helpful to mankind as possible.