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DateDate: 24-11-2017, 06:26

Robots work 50 shopping centers in the United States, as well as in campuses, airports, corporate campuses and industrial facilities
Walmart has begun testing an Autonomous robot cleaners at their five stores. They was developed by company Brain Corp. and equipped with cameras, sensors and lidar to maneuver indoors and around obstacles.
Such robots are "employed" in 50 shopping centers in the USA, but also in College campuses, airports, corporate campuses, and industrial facilities.
See ALSO: supermarkets in Japan are testing a "smart cart" (Video)
"By the summer of 2018 we plan to enter the Japan market, together with our partner SoftBank Robotics," — said Vice-President for innovation Brain Corp. Phil Duffy.
The introduction of such technologies is only one question: how many people will be unemployed? Because Walmart is already testing robots that scan the shelf to find overdue items or just bring the warehouse products that are sold out. The staff of the Department are not enthusiastic about joint work with machines.
"No one in our store don't like it" — anonymous said LinkedIn is one of the Walmart employees.
READ ALSO: USA will allow robomobile without a steering wheel and pedals
However, the Department assures that the robots will help people, so they can focus on more important things. For example, to advise buyers about the composition and properties of the products and help to choose the best.

DateDate: 24-11-2017, 06:24

In the mobile phone there are several hidden features, which are not known to many users. Some of them are very able to help in an emergency, says funnyreps.
The first function
112 is a number that you can dial from your mobile phone in case of emergency. Operates worldwide. Being out of range of the network, in case of an emergency you can dial 112 and the phone will search for emergency numbers within available in the region networks. This number can be dialed even when the keypad is locked phone.
The second function
In order to find the serial number of your mobile phone, dial the combination *#06# will display the code of 15 digits. This code is unique to each phone. It should be recorded and stored in a safe place. If the phone is stolen, it can be easily found by contacting the police. And even if the phone is not found, then it can be blocked.
Share this information with family and friends, let more people know about these simple, but necessary functions of mobile phones!
P. S. May you and your loved ones will never have need to use these functions of mobile phones, but as they say: "better safe than sorry".

DateDate: 24-11-2017, 06:22
The Sony Xperia smartphone Compact ZG, driven by the Snapdragon 810, was tested in the benchmark Geekbench
Presumably, the size of its display will be of the order of 4.5-4.6 inches, as evidenced by the word "Compact" in the title.
But the use of Snapdragon 810 processor from three years ago looks quite weird though, as practice shows, this smartphone is unlikely to be submitted and will remain a prototype. We will remind, by the way, that this processor has problems with overheating.
In Geekbench the Sony Xperia smartphone Compact ZG is tested under Android operating system 7.1.1 Nougat with 2GB of RAM. In the single core test, the device scored 1334 points, and in multi-core — 2954 points.


DateDate: 24-11-2017, 06:19

ZeroMassWater American startup has developed a home system for producing water from air. Solar "topanel" collect water vapor and turn it into clean drinking water daily to 5 liters of water. The device is tested in 8 countries, and in January it will be shown at CES 2018 in Las Vegas.
ZeroMassWater startup, founded by an engineer from the University of Arizona Cody Fresno, has developed a home system to produce potable water using solar energy. Forbes writes, "topanel" company look like regular solar modules, just below them are the metal boxes.
Installation, draw air with fans, and a special nanomaterial extracts the moisture out of it. Solar panels provide the energy through which liquid is extracted from nanostructures. Thereafter, the water enters the tank, located under harapanhalli where the cleaning. The distilled liquid is passed through the mineral block, where it is enriched with calcium and magnesium.
Previously, Friesen acknowledged that technology ZeroMassWater there is nothing revolutionary. The company wants to make drinking water more accessible through a convenient, integrated infrastructure. Friesen initially planned to sell the installation in the countries first "topanel" already working in Lebanon, Ecuador, Jordan, Philippines and Mexico. The formulation is tested in the UAE, UK and USA.
However, in the future ZeroMassWater is going to sell their installations to the homeowners in the United States, as well as schools, office complexes and small businesses. Developing countries are already not a priority.
"Topanel" produce only drinking water. According to Electrek, daily one plant produces up to 5 liters of fluid. For domestic and industrial purposes is not enough.
The system of turning air into water will cost a considerable amount. One set from ZeroMassWater costs $2000 and is usually a residential house need two systems. On the installation, another $500. According to Fresno, the system will pay for itself within five years because it will allow you to save money on buying drinking water in bottles. And for the entire lifetime of two "topanel" will produce a liquid, which can be compared to the volume of water from 70 000 plastic bottles.
The company raised $24 million from investors and has launched a sales system in the United States. In January ZeroMassWater will show their development at the consumer electronics show CES 2018 in Las Vegas.

DateDate: 24-11-2017, 06:17

The us Federal Commission in charge of communications, said about the need to change the principle of operation of the world wide web.
Members of the Commission made a proposal to abolish the principle of neutrality, which is now regulated by browsing the Internet. In this case the Internet, which knows modern humanity, will be eliminated, and in its place will arise something different.
The head of the Commission Ajit Pai proposed to legalize a number of documents that would allow you to adjust the speed of loading sites depending on the level of a material interest of the provider. In fact, it will mean that users will be completely dependent on the "selfish" interests of the provider of the Internet connection.
This initiative was made by the largest network providers in USA: AT&T, Comcast and Verizon. They complained that due to net neutrality they have all the time to raise rates, because the abundance of content and the constant increase of traffic makes it difficult for them to control the process. Experts claim that if the law is passed, the modern Internet will disappear forever.