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DateDate: 17-04-2018, 07:10

Scientists have long known that the frequent use of mobile gadgets can cause stress. A recent study by psychologists has established the easiest way to reduce stress from using a smartphone.
The scientific world has long discussed the danger of using smartphones for the psychological health of people. Daily alerts on a mobile gadget cause a person stress because of the choice: whether to review a new notice or continue to do the current job. In addition, the more often a person is distracted by a smartphone, the greater the concentration of his attention and productivity of work.
Psychologists do not call for a complete disabling of smartphones, but offer an alternative option - to set up receiving notifications more than three times a day. A study was conducted where one group of volunteers received alerts from different applications three times a day, and the second group received no notifications at all.
As it turned out, the complete absence of notifications, too, can cause concern - the experiment participants constantly checked the phone for notifications. At the same time, a group of volunteers with a limited number of notifications received a feeling of calm and less distraction on smartphones.
Source: VladTime

DateDate: 17-04-2018, 07:07

Less than two months after the announcement of Xperia XZ2 and Xperia XZ2 Compact, Sony introduced another flagship smartphone - Xperia XZ2 Premium. This is the first smartphone brand with a dual camera, capable of shooting almost in total darkness. Like the previous models of the Premium line, the novelty has got a top processor from Qualcomm, as well as a display with a resolution of 4K and support for HDR.
Externally, Xperia XZ2 Premium is similar to the usual Xperia XZ2 except for the aspect ratio of the display and the dual camera. Novelty equipped with a 5.8-inch 4K-screen with a traditional ratio of 16: 9, which is 11% more and 30% brighter than the Xperia XZ Premium. The smartphone uses various technologies familiar on TV Bravia, as well as the option X-Reality, used in mobile devices to convert content to the approximate HDR. Front stereo speakers S-Force Front Surround in Xperia XZ2 Premium, as assures Sony, - the loudest among all models of the company. Also, there is support for the Dynamic Vibration System, which is responsible for maintaining sound by vibration.
In addition to the display, the Xperia XZ2 Premium stands out with the latest Motion Eye Dual camera with color and monochrome sensors. It is known that with its help you can shoot in portrait mode with a blur of the background and record video in 4K HDR format. The key feature of the new module is the possibility of shooting video from ISO 12 800, and photos - ISO 51 200. As a result, Xperia XZ2 Premium is able to shoot in the dark.
Specifications Sony Xperia XZ2 Premium:
Display: 5.8 ", 4K, 16: 9, support for HDR, Gorilla Glass 5;
processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 845;
RAM: 6 GB;
main camera: dual Motion Eye Dual, ISO 12 800 for video and ISO 51 200 - for photo;
Front camera: 13 Mp, sensor size 1 / 3.06 ";
Battery: 3 450 mAh;
audio: stereo speakers S-Force Front Surround with vibration support Dynamic Vibration System;
protection against water and dust: IP65 / 68;
dimensions: 158 x 80 x 11.9 mm;
weight: 236 g;
colors: black and gray.
Sony Xperia XZ2 Premium will go on sale this summer. The cost of the smartphone has not yet been announced.
Source: 4PDA

DateDate: 17-04-2018, 07:04

In China, China Construction Bank opened a branch in Shanghai, where only robots are engaged in customer service.
The new self-service office employs several smart robots that offer customers a wide range of services, from opening an account and transferring money to investing in gold and money management services.
At the entrance, visitors can consult a friendly robot who answers questions using voice recognition.
Source: Aysor.am