NextMind is developing a brain computer interface that translates signals from the visual cortex into digital commands. We tried NextMind s device, which lets you input commands into computers and AR VR headsets with your visual attention. Eventually, the Paris based startup wants to let you do the same with your visual imagination. We spoke with NextMind CEO Sid Kouider ahead of CES 2020, where his company is unveiling a dev kit shipping to select developers and partners this month for $399. After the early access period, a second limited run (waitlist) of dev kits will begin shipping in Q2 2020.NextMind is part of a growing number of startups building noninvasive neural interfaces that rely on machine learning algorithms. In September 2019, Facebook acquired Ctrl labs, which was developing an electromyography wristband that translates musculoneural signals into machine interpretable commands. NextMind is also developing a noninvasive device, but it s an electroencephalogram (EEG) worn on the back of your head, where your brain s visual cortex is located.
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HTC Now Selling Used Vives For The Same Price As A New Rift S News Reviews Gaming Newsletter About Us LightDark HomeVR Industry NewsHTC ViveHTC Now Selling Used Vives For The Same Price As A New Rift S HTC Vive HTC Now Selling Used Vives For The Same Price As A New Rift S David Heaney November 05, 2019 HTC is now selling ;certified pre owned; first generation Vives for $399, the same price as a new Oculus Rift S.This is the original HTC Vive which first released in April 2016 for $799 new. In 2017 it was reduced to $599, and finally to $499 in 2018. HTC made the headset lighter after its initial launch and replaced the old bulky cable with a lighter 3 in 1 cable. These pre owned Vives will come with the new cable, but it is unclear whether buyers will get the lighter version of the headset or not.
Associated Banc Corp raised its position in Fortive Corp (NYSE:FTV) by 1.4% in the 2nd quarter, according to the company in its most recent filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The firm owned 50,321 shares of the technology company;s stock after purchasing an additional 691 shares during the period. Associated Banc Corp;s holdings in Fortive were worth $4,102,000 at the end of the most recent reporting period. A number of other large investors have also recently made changes to their positions in the business. Artisan Partners Limited Partnership lifted its holdings in shares of Fortive by 16.1% during the 1st quarter. Artisan Partners Limited Partnership now owns 4,757,642 shares of the technology company 's stock worth $399,119,000 after acquiring an additional 661,196 shares during the last quarter. Northern Trust Corp lifted its holdings in shares of Fortive by 0.7% during the 1st quarter. Northern Trust Corp now owns 4,318,093 shares of the technology company 's stock worth $362,244,000 after acquiring an additional 30,600 shares during the last quarter. Champlain Investment Partners LLC lifted its holdings in shares of Fortive by 11.2% during the 1st quarter. Champlain Investment Partners LLC now owns 2,034,815 shares of the technology company 's stock worth $170,701,000 after acquiring an additional 205,445 shares during the last quarter. CIBC Private Wealth Group LLC lifted its holdings in shares of Fortive by 18.4% during the 2nd quarter. CIBC Private Wealth Group LLC now owns 1,651,274 shares of the technology company 's stock worth $134,613,000 after acquiring an additional 257,016 shares during the last quarter. Finally, Baillie Gifford amp; Co. lifted its holdings in shares of Fortive by 1.1% during the 1st quarter. Baillie Gifford amp; Co. now owns 1,568,150 shares of the technology company 's stock worth $131,552,000 after acquiring an additional 17,597 shares during the last quarter. 84.30% of the stock is owned by hedge funds and other institutional investors.
In the US, both OnePlus and Google managed to steal market share from Samsung and LG by offering more affordable products, Counterpoint Research said in a report on Friday. The OnePlus 7 Pro, which released in May starting at $669, helped increase the Chinese company's smartphone sales by 152 percent year over year.As for Google, it launched the $399 Pixel 3a and $479 3a XL, which boosted the company's smartphone sales up by 88 percent.
CEO Sundar Pichai discussed exactly that on the company s Q1 earnings call last week. While the first quarter results reflect pressure in the premium smartphone industry, he explained, we are pleased with the ongoing momentum of Assistant enabled Home devices, particularly the Home Hub and Mini devices, and look forward to our May 7 announcement at I O from our hardware team. That last bit was a clear reference to the arrival of the new budget tier of Google s flagship offering. The 3a is a clear push to address one of the biggest drivers of slowing smartphone sales. With a starting price of $399, it s a fraction of the price of top handsets from competitors like Apple and Samsung.
Gaming smartphones have become something important since last year. We have seen how many companies like Razer, and ASUS have presented some very impressive devices but their prices are a bit too high. Luckily for us, CES 2019 has been a great opportunity to see the new Nubia Red Magic Mars that s gaming smartphone at a reasonable price.The Nubia Red Magic Mars is a new gaming smartphone that includes a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, 6GB and 10GB of RAM, up to 256GB of storage and a 6 FHD display. The best thing is that it s only going to cost $399 and yes, it will be available in Europe and North America starting on January 31st. Of course, its design makes it look more like a gaming phone, and especially when we see its LED light strip that s fully customizable through software options, and its touch sensitive buttons along the side of the device.
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On paper, the Surface Go should be an excellent tablet. The hardware is well designed, with soft edges perfect for grasping, and high quality materials and powerful internals for a $399 device. It's also a great size for a tablet device. Where the Go fails as a tablet, is firmly in its software.
Microsoft;s Surface Go is powered by Intel Pentium Gold 4415Y chip and features a 10 inch touch screen display. Priced at $399, Surface Go is considered as the eagerly anticipated iPad killer.Today, we have spotted that Amazon.com is also taking pre orders of the Microsoft Surface Go tablet and the price starts at $549 for the 8GB and 128GB storage variant. The store listing suggests that Microsoft itself is selling the device on Amazon to reach more customers.
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The Surface Go has a 10 inch screen, about the same size as the entry level iPad. At $399, the device is $400 cheaper than the current Surface Pro tablet, but has slower Intel (INTC) processors and about four hours less battery time, the Redmond, Wash. based company said.The new tablet weighs 1.15 pounds, far lighter than existing Surface products. It goes on sale Aug. 2 with Wi Fi connectivity. Cellular versions are coming later.
In a statement to 9To5Mac, the Cupertino giant said, "We're discontinuing the Apple AirPort base station products. They will be available through Apple.com, Apple's retail stores, and Apple Authorized Resellers while supplies last." After AirPort stocks run out, Apple will continue to sell third party routers from makes like Linksys.Apple has not updated the AirPort lineup since 2013. Currently Apple sells the AirPort Express for $99 (roughly Rs. 6,600), AirPort Extreme for $199 (roughly Rs. 13,200), the cheaper 2TB AirPort Time Capsule variant for $299 (roughly Rs. 19,900), and the 3TB AirPort Time Capsule for $399 (roughly Rs. 26,600). There is no update on whether Apple will re enter the market at anytime but, for now, it seems there are no plans in the near future.
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As spotted by Road to VR, you can now get the Acer Windows Mixed Reality headset with controllers for $218.99, down from $399. That's a 45 per cent discount. The Lenovo Explorer with controllers has also been reduced from $399 to $245.99. Amazingly, the Dell Visor with controllers has been given a 52 per cent discount.
At the grand finale of the Acer s Predator league event in Bengaluru, the company unveiled the Windows Mixed Reality (MR) headset in India. The headset incorporates the best of AR and VR in a single device. Unfortunately, the price of the headset has still not been revealed.This Acer headset was globally launched earlier this year. The headset comes in two variants, with the basic unit priced at $299 (approximately Rs 19,300), and $399 (approximately Rs 25,800) for the one with a pair of wireless controllers. The Acer made headset features two 2.89 inch high resolution LCD displays with 1440 #215;1440 pixels resolution, and a display refresh rate of 90Hz, built in audio and headphone jack, along with HDMI 2.0 and 3.0 connectivity.
The Taiwanese PC maker Acer has become the first manufacturer to launch a Mixed Reality headset in India. The headset enables customers to interact with software using gesture, gaze and voice, while also having the option to use traditional inputs like mice, keyboards and controllers. A Windows Mixed Reality ready PC is required to use the headset, which installs required software automatically on a compatible system.The Acer Windows Mixed Reality headset sports two front hinged 2.89 inch high resolution LCD panels that offer a 95 degree field of view. With a resolution of 1440x1440 on each panel and a refresh rate of 90Hz, these displays claim to offer an immersive VR experience. The base model of the headset comes at $299 while an upgraded variant, available for $399 (roughly Rs. 25,700), has a bundled pair of wireless controllers.