William Lumpkins is an IEEE Senior Member, IEEE 1874 Working Group Chair, IEEE Consumer Electronics Society Standards Chair, IEEE Consumer Electronics Society Magazine Associate Editor, here he talks about Artificial Intelligence in the home, Japanese Tech culture/marketing, Tech politics and more.
Fujitsu is the number four maker of super computers and formerly number one. Fujitsu's new Exascale super computer uses a Spark architecture processor and a total of 88,000 CPUS. The Exascale super computer will be built for government use rather than commercial. Supercomputers are used for applications that require large amounts of computing power like predicting disasters.
Walk down the Takeshita street in Tokyo Japan, this is Part 1, I will post another video that I filmed on this street.
Fujitsu's Fingerlink technology turns any surface into a touch surface that can be interacted with. Fingerlink works by using projection. Fingerlink can turn paper into a digital surface.
Sony Xperia Z1 is Sony's latest flagship 5" 1080p phone with a Qualcomm S800 processor(4K Camcorder mode promised, still in the works, not yet activated in firmware), special camera and screen features shown in this video.
Lenovo engineer shows their new suggestion for a smaller PCI Express type of card, for expansion of modems, 3G, Wimax, White Spaces etc into devices like Tablets, Laptops, phones and more.
Mitsubishi shows their 100Gbitps Fiber Internet system, in the near future it will be 400Gbitps per channel, they say 1000Gbitps is possible later.
Korean GT company shows their latest Wi-Fi Car Driving Assistance System such as LDWS(Lane Departure Warning System) + FCWS(Forward Collision Warning System) + DVR solutions, with functionality to use the Android phone to render features on top of real-time traffic video from the Car WiFi Camera. Supporting D1 and 720p, creates Wi-Fi hotspot in the car and launches all the additional functionality on an Android app. Also GT shows Stand Alone type devices that support ADAS(Advanced Driving Assitance System).
Contact GT (please only for serious buyers/enquiry):
GT CO., LTD.
Office: +82 70 7841 9658
Mobile: +82 10 8958 2150
Yes! The Second ARM Chromebook is now released for $279, made by HP. But wait, still same Exynos5250? Why no Octa? Isn't that the exact same Exynos5 Dual processor Samsung used in Samsung Chromebook released a year ago? Maybe it's tweaked. This HP Chromebook 11 sounds to have a better IPS display, better build quality perhaps, MicroUSB charging (is it a 5A or at least 2A MicroUSB charger?) The really good news is that Samsung is providing its Exynos5 for ARM Chromebooks by third parties, such as the huge HP. It would be nicest to see Exynos5420 in there though. 28nm vs 32nm, Octa big.LITTLE vs Dual, Mali-T628 vs Mali-T604, 1.9Ghz vs 1.7Ghz, etc.
- The new HP Chromebook, made with Google (chrome.blogspot.com)
- HP Chromebook 11 launches: $279 for an ARM-based Chrome OS laptop (gigaom.com)
- Google Unveils HP Chromebook 11 for $279 (mashable.com)
- Google announces $279, Chromebook Pixel-inspired HP Chromebook 11 (arstechnica.com)
- Unannounced HP Chromebook 11 in the works? (liliputing.com)
- Google's new 'Chromebook for everyone' is a sleek 11-inch HP laptop (theverge.com)
- HP Chromebook 11 details leak (slashgear.com)
- HP Chromebook 11 sighted in leaked HP document (androidcommunity.com)
Sony engineer explains how Sony is making 4K. Here showing the Sony 65" 4K Bravia X-Reality Pro display with 60p HDMI 2.0 support. Talking about Sony upscaling, color and detail engine. Now I'm looking forward to the 55" being sub-$1500 and the 65" being sub-$2000, so more people can afford this amazing 4K world.