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Deejay nasmile

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tumeona technologia nyingi kama vile simu za samsung ambazo unaweza kufungua baadhi ya apps kwa kutazama kwa macho tu!
pia kuna teknologia za ajabu kwangu kama vile uwezo wa bluetooth kuhamisha file bila kebo yoyote,uwezo wa shazam kusikiliza na kupata details za wimbo flani,uwezo wa google earth kupiga picha za mitaa yote ya dunia
 

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tumeona technologia nyingi kama vile simu za samsung ambazo unaweza kufungua baadhi ya apps kwa kutazama kwa macho tu!
pia kuna teknologia za ajabu kwangu kama vile uwezo wa bluetooth kuhamisha file bila kebo yoyote,uwezo wa shazam kusikiliza na kupata details za wimbo flani,uwezo wa google earth kupiga picha za mitaa yote ya dunia


Kwangu binafsi naweza kusema TEKNOLOJIA YA UMEME imefanya hayo yote uliyoyaainisha yawezekane.
 

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The First Lab-Grown Burger Is Eaten

And it “almost” tastes like real thing. After five years and $330,000 dollars worth of research money, the fake beef in the world’s first lab-grown burger was finally cooked and eaten. It was created from stem cells in a London lab and was funded primarily by Google cofounder Sergey Brin. It’s still unclear whether something like this could truly solve world hunger, but it’s an incredible technological accomplishment in its own right.
 

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Wearable Technology Really is The Next Big Thing

Journalists have been predicting that wearable technology will be the "next big thing" for what seems like forever. With milestone releases like Google Glass, the Pebble Smartwatch, the Samsung Galaxy Gear and the Nike+ Fuelband SE, it just might be time to finally crown wearables as the official "next big thing". It's at the point where the once-rumored, but still unannounced iWatch is almost a given in 2014.
 

TECHMAN

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Displays Get Insanely High Definition

Oh you thought your 1080p television looked good? Wait till you take a look at the 4K displays that companies have been flaunting all year. They made a big splash at CES earlier this year, but now that prices have gone down and more content has become available, 4K displays might become the new standard sooner than we think.
 

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Hard Drives Filled With Helium

Besides just sounding cool, the new helium-filled hard drives introduced by Western Digital this year are a game-changer in storage technology. To put it simply, because their new highly efficient hard drives are filled with helium rather than air, they can now cram 6 TB of capacity into a single drive. You probably won't be buying one of these any time soon, but with big cloud-centered companies taking part, you just might feel the benefits as a consumer of services like Netflix (especially now that 4K streaming has been announced).
 

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The Bionic Eye: A Retinal Implant That Can Receive Updates

The Argus Retinal Prosthesis is the first of its kind-a bionic retinal implant that helps people see in the same way a hearing aid helps people hear. The Argus II was approved and released commercially in the United States in this year and received a firmware update that granted users color vision. The Argus II is a peek into the future-a glance into a future where once these implants get good enough, a bionic eye will be better than a natural human one.
 

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[h=3]Other Machine Co. Othermill (About $1500)[/h]Desktop manufacturing isn't limited to 3D printers. The Othermill brings affordability-and portability-to computer-controlled milling with a three-axis machine that's smaller than a toaster oven and about as quiet to operate. The mill uses standard ⅛-inch shank bits, such as those used by Dremel rotary tools, to cut away layers of metal, wood, wax, and plastic from above. Thanks to high tolerances of up to 0.001 inch, it's well-suited for creating electronic and mechanical prototypes.
 

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[h=3]Makerbot Digitizer 3D Scanner ($1400)[/h]One of the companies that made it easy to turn data into matter with 3D printing is making it just as easy to turn matter into data with a 3D scanner. The Digitizer creates a high-resolution 3D image of any object that fits within its 8 x 8 x 8–inch scan space, and then turns it into a virtual 3D model for editing and printing. At $1400, the Digitizer costs a fraction of the price of industrial scanners and can sit on a desktop. When used with a 3D printer-such as its sister product, the Replicator 2-it effectively becomes a Xerox copier for solid objects.
 

Deejay nasmile

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The First Lab-Grown Burger Is Eaten

And it “almost” tastes like real thing. After five years and $330,000 dollars worth of research money, the fake beef in the world’s first lab-grown burger was finally cooked and eaten. It was created from stem cells in a London lab and was funded primarily by Google cofounder Sergey Brin. It’s still unclear whether something like this could truly solve world hunger, but it’s an incredible technological accomplishment in its own right.

ts amazing! lol
 

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