Choosing the best home security provider may seem like a daunting task; however, Protection 1′s infographic on choosing between home security providers, makes the process easy. With specific tips on what to look for when doing a home security company comparison as well as important questions to ask when making a final decision, you can rest easy knowing you’ve made the best possible choice. And don’t forget, not all security systems are create equal – with new technological developments there are various wireless and remote home security features out there. Check out our home security companies infographic below for more information!
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Whether the app is meant for an iPhone, Android or just about any Smartphone; the apps that stands out in the crowd is the one that offers highly useful and meaningful experiences to its users. If an app can provide qualitative experiences to its users; then the customers won’t mind paying a hefty amount for its purchase. However, whether free or paid there are certain characteristics of an app that pull it apart from the crowd of app in the marketplace.
Let’s take a look at the 5 traits of a highly usable and popular app:
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Call it being playful or simply being lazy, we all like to toss our trash instead of getting up and walking to the trash can. But we know the result – we think we are better shooters than we actually are, and we end up doing more work to pick up the misses. Well, a Japanese inventor, who had a bit of time on his hands, came up with a trash box that automatically moves to catch your trash.
The Smart Trashbox is a wheel-based, battery-operated, modified trash can. The wheel base is hooked up to an integrated circuit board fully controlled by a sensor that utilizes Microsoft’s Kinect technology.
The sensor is mounted somewhere in the room and is responsible for tracking any moving objects. It monitors any garbage that comes flying, calculates the landing location, and transmits that data to the trash box. Finally, the trashbox glides over and effortlessly catches the trash. It’s so good that it’s even to even fool the Smart Trashbox – just watch the video.
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IBM Scientists have announced on Earth Day, a collaboration to develop an affordable photovoltaic system capable of concentrating solar radiation 2,000 times and converting 80 percent of the incoming radiation into useful energy. Image © IBM