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Ars' Android Auto review
Ars Technica has a review of Android Auto. While we love the interface, we just wish there was more of it. Android Auto only covers a subset of the things you would want to do on an infotainment system. The result is an interface that - depending on what you want to do - will have you bouncing (...)
[OSNews]

CyberLink Launches State-of-the-Art Online Learning Center for Video and Photo Editing
CyberLink Corp. (5203.TW), the world's leading consumer multimedia software company, today launched the CyberLink Learning Center to complement the use of its creativity software. The Learning Center provides educational and training materials in an easily accessible interface, with content (...)
[WebWire Computer software]

Announcing the Launch of api.ai for Cars: The First Customizable Voice Interface for Connected Cars
PALO ALTO, Calif.-- (July 14, 2015) -- Today api.ai , the leader in conversational interfaces for connected devices, launches the first open, customizable voice user interface platform for the connected car. Gartner predicts that by 2020, there will be a quarter billion Internet-connected cars (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

Announcing the Launch of api.ai for Cars: The First Customizable Voice Interface for Connected Cars
PALO ALTO, Calif.-- (July 14, 2015) -- Today api.ai , the leader in conversational interfaces for connected devices, launches the first open, customizable voice user interface platform for the connected car. Gartner predicts that by 2020, there will be a quarter billion Internet-connected cars (...)
[WebWire Computer software]

New era in robotics: 3-D-printed robot is hard at heart, soft on the outside
Engineers have created the first robot with a 3-D-printed body that transitions from a rigid core to a soft exterior. The idea of blending soft and hard materials into the robot's body came from nature.The rigid layers make for a better interface with the device's electronic brains and power (...)
[Science daily]

api.ai Adds Twilio Integration to Offer Companies a Seamless Way to Chat with Customers Using Machine Learning Algorithms -
Cloud messaging platforms like Twilio make it easier than ever for companies to send notifications to customers; but live customer support, delivered when and where someone needs it is still a job done the old-fashioned way. That's why today, api.ai , the leader in conversational interfaces (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

FotoKem Makes Significant Commitment to New High-Resolution Video IO System from Avid for 4K projects
Avid ® (Nasdaq: AVID) today announced that FotoKem, one of the largest post-production houses in Los Angeles, has purchased Avid Artist | DNxIO interfaces to accelerate production of their 4K projects. Combined with the industry's preeminent Media Composer video editing software, Avid Artist (...)
[WebWire Consumer electronics]

Roadside bomb blasts may cause more brain damage than previously recognized
Engineers seeking to improve helmet design for the nation's troops test how concussive explosions affect the brain's blood vessels. They discover that the interface between blood vessels and brain tissue contributes to significantly greater strain and shear for a soldier hit by an improvised (...)
[Science daily]

Logic PD Executive Addresses the Role of APIs in Successful IoT Solutions at Sensors Expo 2015
Logic PD , a complete product lifecycle solutions company for connected devices, announced today that at the annual Sensors Expo & Conference June 9-11 in Long Beach, Calif., the company's CTO Dr. Scott Nelson will present on the emerging role Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) (...)
[WebWire Consumer electronics]

Logic PD Executive Addresses the Role of APIs in Successful IoT Solutions at Sensors Expo 2015
Logic PD , a complete product lifecycle solutions company for connected devices, announced today that at the annual Sensors Expo & Conference June 9-11 in Long Beach, Calif., the company's CTO Dr. Scott Nelson will present on the emerging role Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) (...)
[WebWire Computer software]

Logic PD Executive Addresses the Role of APIs in Successful IoT Solutions at Sensors Expo 2015
Logic PD , a complete product lifecycle solutions company for connected devices, announced today that at the annual Sensors Expo & Conference June 9-11 in Long Beach, Calif., the company's CTO Dr. Scott Nelson will present on the emerging role Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) (...)
[WebWire High tech security]

Logic PD Executive Addresses the Role of APIs in Successful IoT Solutions at Sensors Expo 2015
Logic PD , a complete product lifecycle solutions company for connected devices, announced today that at the annual Sensors Expo & Conference June 9-11 in Long Beach, Calif., the company's CTO Dr. Scott Nelson will present on the emerging role Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) (...)
[WebWire Mobile communications]

Logic PD Executive Addresses the Role of APIs in Successful IoT Solutions at Sensors Expo 2015
Logic PD , a complete product lifecycle solutions company for connected devices, announced today that at the annual Sensors Expo & Conference June 9-11 in Long Beach, Calif., the company's CTO Dr. Scott Nelson will present on the emerging role Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

Tuning friction to the point where it disappears may boost development of nanomachines
Physicists have developed an experimental technique to simulate friction at the nanoscale. Using their technique, the researchers are able to directly observe individual atoms at the interface of two surfaces and manipulate their arrangement, tuning the amount of friction between the surfaces. (...)
[Science daily]

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