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Content personalization is a cool thing. Smart technology and algorithms are even closer than you think though. Did you know that there are homes that also predict your behavior? They're called "Smart Homes" … and they are the homes of tomorrow. A smart home is a building equipped with advanced automation systems that can be controlled remotely by your smartphone or computer. That means you are able to check on the Internet if the heating is on and if the dinner is cooked.
Everyone was waiting for the Apple Watch Event for days. But the truth is that the non-watch announcements were much more impressive than the Apple’s Watch presentation itself. Apple had already revealed most of what it had to say about Apple Watch in September, so the only new info was actually the price, which is dependent on the model.
As a prolific gadget freak, I have tried my best to obtain every bit of wonderful technology as soon as possible, much to the dismay of my wife and our bank account.
LIFX bulbs collect dust in a corner waiting for me to find the time and a place to install them, a LeapMotion controller awaits some purpose in life sitting on my desk, the “make anything a controller” MaKey-MaKey was used once and I’m not even sure where it is at the moment, plus I’m still waiting for the Sensibo - a pod that lets you control any Air Condition unit from your smartphone - to ship as well as the Peachy 3D printer from Kickstarter. You get the idea.
Have you ever heard about the most connected man on Earth today? Chris Dancy uses between 300-700 devices, applications and sensors on a daily basis. He has spent more than $40,000 for all his equipment including popular gadgets such as the Fitbit wristband and Google Glass.
In fact, the popularity of instant message apps is growing fast around the world. According to KRDS Social Media Agency, Chinese cumulative mobile instant messaging accounts hit 1,48 billion in 2013, 90% of the population of Brazil uses messaging apps, and Russia follows with 75% of its population. For those who are wondering what these apps are, we have the answer: they are mobile applications that allow smartphones users to send messages to each other through.