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Volvo  made a big commitment earlier this year to put electric motors in all of its vehicles by 2019 — and now the automaker will double down on electrification with an entirely new luxury car brand. 

Volvo and its Chinese parent company, Geely Holdings, just announced that they'll invest about $755 million together to create Polestar, which will manufacture electrified vehicles in China. The new brand will be a "fully consolidated Volvo Cars subsidiary," focused solely on creating electric, performance-first vehicles.

Today we are going to explore the top 20 hot technology smart products saw at electronic technology show at Las Vegas. Each year Las Vegas CES (Consumer Electronics Show) shows the best example of latest technology.

Now we are showing the top interesting latest technology smart products like 3D Face Scanner, Connected Fridge, Deep Sea Robot, Driver-less People Mover, Face Unlocking Car, Hip Saver, Instant Electric Bike, Intelligent Toilet, Pollution Mask, Smart Eye for Blind, Self Driving Travel Bag, Smart Shower, Smart Self-driving Travel Bag, Smart Toothbrush, Smart Underclothing, UV Monitor


Deep Sea Smart Robot

Qysea developed FiFish P3  deep sea smart robot that can take pictures, record videos or make live broadcast from depth up to of 100 meter and its camera controlled by device which captures 4K Full HD and has powerful lighting bright LED.

Smart Self Driving Travel Bag

A robotic smart self driving 4 wheeled travel bag demonstrated by China's ForwardX Robotics, that automatically follows its user around the airport. This travel bag implemented with AI and Camera to avoid crashes and can send message to  its owner if it gets too far away and send battery low level alerts too.

Smart self driving travel bag
credit: voanews.com


Aibo Puppy Robot

An  Artificial Intelligence Aibo puppy robot that is capable to form emotional connections with individual family, react to touch and voice commands, communicate through body language as well as eye, ear and tail movement.
Aibo Smart AI puppy robot
The Aibo robot dog is on display at the Sony booth after a news conference at CES International, Monday, Jan. 8, 2018, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/John Locher)


Drive-less people mover

Toyota Motor Corporation showed off its e-Palette self-driving test vehicle at CES. The self-driving vehicle is designed to move both people and things. Toyota says it plans to provide the block-shaped electric cars to other companies, including Amazon, Pizza Hut and Uber.
Drive-less People Mover
TEC--Gadget Show Toyota

Face unlocking car

Chinese automaker BYTON presented a new electric sport utility vehicle, or SUV, that can also drive itself. The company says the smart vehicle uses facial recognition technology to open the doors. The car is controlled from a large computer screen. Sensors continuously measure the driver’s heart rate and blood pressure.

Face Unlocking Car
Chinese automaker Byton says its new SUV can drive itself and uses facial recognition technology to unlock the doors. (Byton)

3D Face Scanner

Bellus3D introduced a high-quality face-scanning camera for mobile devices. The camera uses AI to create a 3D model of your face. The images can be shared or used to help a person find the right makeup products. Users can even create a realistic 3D face mask.


Smart underclothing

At least two companies showed off smart underwear meant to improve the health of the person wearing it. 

Skiin launched underclothing for men and women. These products can measure a person’s heart rate, temperature, breathing, body fat, water intake, number of steps walked and sleep history.

Another company, Spartan, makes underwear for men that it says blocks up to 99 percent of radiation from wireless computer networking devices.

CES has products covering people from head to feet, including special socks for people with diabetes. Siren smart socks measure foot temperature and warn the wearer when signs of injury develop.

Siren smart socks


Camera For Blind

The OrCam MyEye 2.0 device is made for blind people or those with limited eyesight. It is a smart camera about the size of a finger. The device can read out writing or print from any source. It is also equipped with AI tools to recognize faces, products and money in real time.

Hip Saver

Also at CES 2018, French airbag maker HELITE demonstrated wearable hip protectors for older people. The battery-powered system is worn as a belt just above the hips. When an individual is about to fall, sensors cause the side airbags to fill with air to help prevent broken bones.

UV Monitor

Beauty products manufacturer L’Oreal released two new products at the show. Each is designed to help inform individuals of ultraviolet, or UV, sun exposure. UV Sense is a small, wearable sensor that can be worn for up to two weeks on the end of a finger. The sensor links up with mobile devices to provide warnings about too much sun.

UV Monitor Wearable Sensor

Pollution Mask

R-Pur is a French company still raising money to increase production of its anti-pollution mask. The mask is designed for drivers of bicycles and motorcycles. The product is designed to keep out harmful pollutants in the air, as well as viruses and bacteria.



Roll-up TV


Of all the televisions demonstrated at CES 2018, one of the most unusual is a huge model that can roll up like a newspaper. LG Display made a 162- centimeter-long (64-inch) model.
LG Display's 64 inch prototype is powered by the same OLED technology used in TVs. (LG)
LG Display's 64 inch prototype is powered by the same OLED technology used in TVs. (LG)

It is powered by the same OLED technology used in TVs. The company explains the technology can let users hide the display, or lower it to different heights to change picture size.

TV 8K Arrives

Some major manufacturers also showed off TV models with new 8K technology, which nearly doubles the picture resolution of 4K. One of the companies is Samsung Group, which said its Q9S model uses AI to automatically bring lower quality video up to 8K. Samsung also launched a 371-centimeter (146-inch) MicroLED receiver called “The Wall.”
8K The Wall TV


Instant bike electricity

The makers of the Electron Wheel say anyone can turn a traditional bicycle into an electric-assisted cycle in just 30 seconds. The company says the wheel – which replaces the front tire – has a powerful motor and can travel up to 80 kilometers.




Smart Shower


Several manufacturers have been demonstrating smart shower technology at CES. Users can control water flow and temperature from mobile devices – and in most cases also by voice – and can also play (and sing along with) music.

Smart Shower


Intelligent Toilet

Kohler presented its Numi toilet, which it describes as “the finest in personal comfort and cleansing.” The device-connected machine includes programmable lights, plays music and has a heated seat and foot warmer.


Connected Fridge


Smart appliances seem to be the future of home kitchens. Several companies are launching fully programmable refrigerators that do a lot more than keep food cold. Samsung says its “Family Hub” creates shopping lists, orders food and can see inside the refrigerator for you. It can connect with mobile devices to share information, play music or even stream video from a Samsung TV elsewhere in the home.
Samsung Connected Fridge
Samsung says its “Family Hub” creates shopping lists, orders food and can see inside the refrigerator for you. (Samsung)

Smart toothbrush

The company says the product is the first in the world to use augmented reality to educate children on the best methods for cleaning teeth.

It records user movements and shows the child – in a fun, interactive way - the best ways to brush.
Smart toothbrush
Kolibree says it has developed the first interactive toothbrush that uses Augmented Reality to motivate and educate kids to better brush their teeth. (Kolibree)


Flyboard Air hoverboard from Zapato Recing.

Flyboard Air Hoverboard

When you post video of your new jet powered hoverboard, and half the world thinks it has to be fake, you know you've got something good. But Frank Zapata's Flyboard Air is no hoax, it's the real deal. How does one know? All you gotta do is ask him.


These days, with millions of astute viewers scrutizing every physical detail, the easiest way to make a convincing video that gets all the physics of something like a jetpack flight right, is to first make the jetpack. What's the hardest part of making a magic flying carpet you might ask? "The power is there", says Frank, "and has been for some time, the trick is controlling it." In other words, the technical challenge is building a responsive interface that integrates the control capabilities of the human nervous system and musculature with that of your machine.

Where the response time of a man-sized electric fan propulsion system may be around a second, a turbine of a similar power output would have a minimum lag of about three seconds. That's one of the reasons, if not the main reason that turbine powered cars never really took off. But the ear doesn't lie. If your craft sounds more like a hummingbird than a fighter jet, you can expect it to behave more like one in a strong headwind.
Mumbai, April 6 (IANS) In a bid to cater to the needs of organisations that seek independence and security while transitioning to the cloud to reap its potential benefits, global software major Oracle on Wednesday launched a service in India to bring its public cloud in customers' data centres.

Launched ahead of Oracle CloudWorld Mumbai, the new suit of offerings is called Oracle Cloud and involves a server managed and maintained by Oracle. It runs on-premises (in the customer's data centre) and behind the firewall of the client allowing the chief information officers to easily move business critical applications to cloud.
Oracle Cloud


Start generating electricity from Tomato waste.
Electricity from Tomato
After a huge research on electricity from waste a team of scientists is explore an unusual source of electricity—damaged tomatoes that are unsuitable for sale at the grocery store. Their pilot project involves a biological-based fuel cell that uses tomato waste left over from harvests in Florida.
Damaged tomatoes can't be used, but can be used to generate electricity.
The researchers present their work today at the 251st National Meeting & Exposition of the American Chemical Society (ACS).
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Source: phys.org
Lawrence Livermore researchers have turned to graphene aerogel for enhanced electrical energy storage that eventually could be used to smooth out power fluctuations in the energy grid.
The team found that graphene aerogel-based supercapacitor electrodes could be particularly useful in the electric vehicle sector because they feature high surface area, good electrical conductivity, chemical inertness and long-term cycling stability.

Source: phys.org
Scientists at UC Santa Cruz and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) have reported the first example of ultrafast 3D-printed graphene supercapacitor electrodes that outperform comparable electrodes made via traditional methods. Their results open the door to novel, unconstrained designs of highly efficient energy storage systems for smartphones, wearables, implantable devices, electric cars and wireless sensors.

"Supercapacitor devices using our 3D-printed graphene electrodes with thicknesses on the order of millimeters exhibit outstanding capacitance retention and power densities," said corresponding author Yat Li, associate professor of chemistry at UC Santa Cruz. "This performance greatly exceeds the performance of conventional devices with thick electrodes, and it equals or exceeds the performance of reported devices made with electrodes 10 to 100 times thinner."

A gadget, that can smell
 LONDON: What if you could recapture the aroma of that freshly baked birthday cake, or the whiff of your lover's shampoo? It may be possible with this new camera! Researchers in the UK have developed a camera that can capture the scent of your memories, recording smells instead of images.


The gadget, called Madeleine, is the invention of designer Amy Radcliffe at Central Saint Martins, who set out to bring a more meaningful
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