1. CES 2015: Sony’s New SLIM 4KTV – Only .2 inches (FIRST LOOK)

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    For more info: http://www.sony.com/ces It’s CES 2015 time! We’ve just announced the XBR® X900C Series 4K Ultra HD TV (55 and 65-inch models) and X910C (75-inch model). Available this spring it’s Sony’s thinnest LED TV yet at 4.9mm (at its thinnest part); the revolutionary floating style is virtually frameless and mounts flush to your wall. And for great picture quality, it also features the new X1 video processing engine to improve color accuracy, contrast and clarity of HD and 4K video. Be sure to leave your questions in the comments area as our CES wrap show will answer! Subscribe for CES coverage! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=sgnl More SGNL: http://www.youtube.com/sgnl

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    • New concept for public dustbins - working principle

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      • Al-Saee Pre Engineered Building Solutions

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        Use of Pre–Engineered Buildings Shopping Malls Schools Exhibition Hall Show Rooms Factories Commercial Showrooms Hypermarkets Warehouses Convention Centers Sports Arenas Workshops Labor Camps Distribution Centers Aircraft Hangars Poultry Farmhouses Office Buildings

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        • New Technology 2015 L04 Adjacent Possible Part 2

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          This is Part 2 of Lecture L04 Adjacent Possible. Technology evolves by exchange of ideas. With speciality began prosperity. After one idea comes another idea, by combining ideas into new ideas. In this lecture we look at the fundamental reason for technological progress and it is similar to that of how species evolve in nature. At any given time, with all the knowledge we have, new knowledge can emerge. We call this the adjacent possible. It explains why new inventions are invented when they are, and why they are not possible before their time.

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          • New Technology 2015 L04 Adjacent Possible Part 1

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            Technology evolves by exchange of ideas. With speciality began prosperity. After one idea comes another idea, by combining ideas into new ideas. In this lecture we look at the fundamental reason for technological progress and it is similar to that of how species evolve in nature. At any given time, with all the knowledge we have, new knowledge can emerge. We call this the adjacent possible. It explains why new inventions are invented when they are, and why they are not possible before their time. Cover image is from this site: http://www.theconnectivist.com/2013/07/how-google-tracks-traffic/

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            • New Technology 2015 L03 Exponential World Part 2

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              For the most time of human history, life was local and linear. Local in the way that anything that happened was close by, a least within a walking distance. Linear in the way that your life was the same as your father and your child. Nothing changed. Just like the evolution of man, technology improvements follow an evolutionary progress. New ideas or products are to begin with immature and fragile with slow improvements. Then the progress accelerates until the products become mature and taken for granted. Then the cycle repeats and a new layer of technology is added to the previous. This process is exponential. One such observation of exponential is Moore’s Law. Any new technology that gets wide acceptance in society needs to be adopted by people. We will explore that type of people are the first to adopt new things, and what types come later.

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              • New Technology 2015 L03 Exponential World Part 1

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                For the most time of human history, life was local and linear. Local in the way that anything that happened was close by, a least within a walking distance. Linear in the way that your life was the same as your father and your childs. Nothing changed. Just like the evolution of man, technology improvements follow an evolutionary progress. New ideas or products are to begin with immature and fragile with slow improvements. Then the progress accelerates until the products become mature and taken for granted. Then the cycle repeats and a new layer of technology is added to the previous. This process is exponential. One such observation of exponential is Moore’s Law. Any new technology that gets wide acceptance in society needs to be adopted by people. We will explore that type of people are the first to adopt new things, and what types come later.

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                • PRESENTING HOS

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                  Zadta Tech is an innovative company based in Switzerland. During several years of research, it has developed HOS, a cutting-edge material produced from straw. HOS is entirely ecological and 100% recyclable. It is also light, strong, insulating, durable, and easy to maintain. A crucial advantage of the material, however, is that it readily takes any shape and allows to work in 3D. At the moment, creating three-dimensional objects of high quality is rather complicated and costly; HOS is making it simple, easy, and affordable. Moreover, Zadta Tech has developed special additives that, when mixed into HOS, allow to produce plaster of original colours and shades. These properties enable the material to compete with wood, concrete, and even plastics, and account for its multifunctional usage. Thus, HOS makes nature-friendly 3D design and construction a reality.vgn

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                  • New Technology 2015 L02 State of Technology 2015

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                    What was the biggest technological event in 2014? The smartwatch? iPhone6? The Sony hack? Looking back at 2014 it is not some device or moment, its more like the continued development of ongoing trends. In this Annual State of the Technology Lecture, I will look at where we are beginning the year 2015. We look at the network economy, the sharing economy, wearables, and internet of things. And we look at the most popular craze in 2014.

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                    • New Technology 2015 L02 A Journey Exploring Technology

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                      At any given moment it is easy to look back to see how technology has changed over time. At the same time it is difficult to see what transformations are taking place in current moment, and even more difficult to see where things are going. In the late 19th century a revolution in science took off. It was easy to see the vast number of inventions and entrepreneurial spirit of the time. At the dawn of the 20th century, it seems that everything had been invented. Yet, in the 20th century we saw more innovations and more technologically advanced than in all history of mankind before that. Never in history have we seen such dramatic changes in the way people live and work. In this lecture we explore what to make of technology. We define the term we will use in the course. Terms defined are technology, product performance, and innovation to name few.

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