Buzz wearable seeks to provide safer social engagement for young adults

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A new wearable technology aims to help prevent sexual assault. Buzz wearable is a social impact initiative that includes a bracelet device supported by a mobile app. Created by New Deal Design, the company that designed Fitbit activity trackers, buzz has been developed to help young people stay informed regarding the issue of consent and to help prevent and/or stop sexual assault. The wearable device functions like a mini alert system. The buzz wearable was made with young people in mind, such as college students who often attend parties or…

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Reality TV comes to smartphone’s with new FameGame app

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Become a star with new mobile app that’s a TV show on your phone. The new FameGame app from CrowdAmp Inc. is a live gamified and social engagement platform that functions like live reality TV on a smartphone. Users compete in challenges, submit their talents and vote on their favorites. The challenges are different each week. For instance, one challenge might be about dance skills while another might be about lip-synching. Users who wish to take part in the contests, submit self-shot smartphone videos of their talents. After the initial…

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Outdoor planetarium creates unique augmented reality experience

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AR tech helps planetarium visitors understand the stars in the night sky. ObservEtoiles is a one-of-a-kind outdoor planetarium augmented reality experience located in Quebec, Canada. In fact, ObservEtoiles claims to be “the world’s first open air augmented reality planetarium. Visitors are taken on a detailed tour of the night sky. The unique 90-minute show enables visitors to take a virtual trip through the solar system, which includes a detailed tour of the actual night-time sky, reported CityNews. The newly launched show is currently held weekly every Saturday night and is…

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New Apple Health Records API open to app developers

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Apple’s upcoming software update will have a new mHealth feature. Apple CEO Tim Cook introduced iOS 12 at the start of WWDC 2018 and revealed the new features of the upcoming software update, among which include an Apple Health Records service update. The mHealth feature, which is designed to help monitor and improve a user’s health and wellbeing, will give users the option to share their medical data with third-party apps. Apple users will not only be able to access their medical records but share this information with their favorite,…

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College QR codes help applicants find a Delhi University College

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Delhi University administration is making the lives of new applicants easier. During admissions this year, students new to Delhi and its colleges will have the advantage of using the new college QR codes to help them discover the appropriate departments, colleges and institutes that are part of Delhi University. The unique QR Codes have been synched with Google Maps. India is no stranger to using quick response codes in its educational system. As QR Code Press reported back in 2017, India’s Education Minister announced the launch of an enrollment program…

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Google smartwatch operating system to give verbal responses

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Wearable technology users with Wear OS based devices will now hear their gadgets talk back. Google smartwatch owners are now experiencing devices that are a little bit smarter than before. Google is working on making its wearable technology more convenient through a new software update. The Wear OS’s latest updates include a new “smart suggestions” feature on the platform. This new feature is automatically added to the latest version of the Google smartwatch operating system. The “smart suggestions” feature is meant to enhance the Google Assistant. Now, when a wearable…

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Wearable QR codes assist rare disease patients receive necessary treatment

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Scientists from Newcastle University have created a new wrist-worn gadget providing life-saving treatment. A new wearable QR codes device can help patients with a rare disease to obtain the life-saving treatment they need. All they need to do is push a button and they can access their vital treatment. The wearables were designed for patients who suffer from a medical condition called Addison’s disease. The wearable QR codes gadget makes it possible for patients and healthcare professionals alike to obtain critical information. The quick response code displaying wearable technology provides…

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Apple Music growth rate to hold steady at 40 percent for three years

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The music streaming system is expected to drive Services growth throughout that time. The strong and steady Apple Music growth rate is expected to play an important role over the next three years, says an analyst. It will be among the top driving factor for sending services revenue upward. That said, it may also reduce overall margins, said the analyst. The figures presented by the analyst were printed into a note received by his investors. The data was put forward in a note to investors. Macquarie Capital’s Ben Schachter wrote…

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QR code bees make it easier to track their movements

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Researchers have barcoded whole colonies for the purpose of better understanding them. Little QR code bees are currently flying around to help researchers to better understand them. Each one boasts his or her own quick response code to make it possible to discover more about their colonies. The process of adding QR codes to individual bumblebees took a great deal of care and precision. Essentially, the QR code bees came to wear their scannable barcodes through the use of superglue. The process required great delicacy, and the scientists were extremely…

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