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Now, control light by your mind

Now, control light by your mind
Vancouver : You must have heard of lights which can be changed by voice command. But now a company has come up with lights that can be controlled by mind. Spanning more than 3000 km across Canada, InteraXon's Bright Ideas allows visitors to the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver to control the lights at major Landmarks in Ontario using thought alone - making it the largest thought-controlled computing installation ever created.

Light displays on Toronto's CN Tower, Ottawa's Parliament Buildings, and Niagara Falls will be entirely controlled by people's thoughts. "The McGuinty Government is excited to have InteraXon participate at Ontario House during the 2010 Olympic Games. This unique attraction showcases three of our tourism icons in an innovative, exciting and interactive way," says Michael Chan, Ontario Minister of Tourism and Culture.

Users will have the chance to experience the latest in Ontario technology innovation at Inter…

Intel launches vPro processors for Business PCs

Intel launches vPro processors for Business PCs
California: Intel has unveiled its 2010 Intel Core vPro processor family to meet the needs of businesses of all sizes for PCs with greater, more flexible performance, theft prevention and cost savings in a rapidly changing business computing environment. These and several other capabilities are at the heart of many new Intel-based business laptop and desktop computers beginning to roll out from computer manufacturers worldwide.


The Intel Core vPro processors arrive as business computing evolves with the emergence of video, Internet telephony, social networking and other heavyweight applications - in many cases running at the same time - making a computer's performance an even bigger priority.

"Businesses, particularly those that haven't purchased PCs for several years, face a computing environment that no longer handles the applications many workers and IT are adopting," said Rick Echevarria, Vice President, Intel Architec…

VIVA Communications launches internet based voice and video services

VIVA Communications launches internet based voice and video services
Bangalore: VIVA Communications, a venture in the converged IP communication solutions space promoted by an Indian-born serial entrepreneur, is rolling out internet based voice and video services such as HD Voice solutions, IP Centrex, IP video and audio conferencing, remote and rural broadband, IP surveillance, along with WiFi services as well.

These solutions are designed to help organizations reduce their carbon footprint and rely on geographically dispersed teams, global supply chains, remote experts and immediate access to critical data that drive decisions. The company is a Category 'A' ISP which positions it well to provide nationwide services, particularly to the SME segment as it provides the company increased access to telephone lines/infrastructure.

Commenting on the rollout, Srinivasan S, Founder and Director, VIVA Communications said, "Though the demand for internet based voice and video service…