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Israeli startup develops world’s first touch-free smartphone for disabled persons

An Israeli company has built the world’s first completely hands-free smartphone for the disabled. The smartphone, developed by start-up Sesame Enable, is designed for people with spinal cord injuries, Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), cerebral palsy or other disabilities that affects the use of hands and arms, The Times of Israel reported. Fetures: Touch-Free Control – Gesture recognition understands small head movements, ...

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Start-up innovates affordable fix for website crashes

Websites going bust under excessive loads might soon be a thing of the past, claims  a Kolkata-based start-up, Greenfield Software (GFS) that is into data centre infrastructure management (DCIM). It says the software not only helps cut power and operating cost and mitigate risks, but also minimizes breakdowns at data centres. However, the product, offered by global companies, is not within ...

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Post-grant of $600,000, Google acquires DNNresearch

Close on the heels of a $600,000 gift Google awarded Professor Geoffrey Hinton’s research group in the University of Toronto to support their work in the area of neural nets, the global search giant has acquired their upcoming startup DNNresearch, which will enhance Google’s synergies in voice recognition, text search and image search. The amount of Google’s new acquisition is ...

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