Wikipedia will soon be able to read us articles
Wikipedia is a great source of information and the list of articles is becoming larger by the day. Content is also quality enough to be cited even in thesis. Users will soon get another feature which will make Wikipedia even more popular. This feature is speech synthesizer, which means that we will be able to listen to Wikipedia articles.

Netflix against VPN users
Netflix is surely one of the most popular web services for streaming video, which is available in many countries worldwide. Because some content is only available in limited countries, a lot of users use VPN, which makes them appear as they were in another country.

Calendar App Sunrise for 100 million dollars
Sunrise is Google Calendar application, which was not created by Google, but by innovative engineers of the US startup company Sunrise, which was founded in 2012.

Android Laptops
Intel has announced the arrival of cheap laptops, the price will not exceed 200$. Most of them will be driven by Google's mobile operating system Android.

Bigger Chromebook
Chromebook HP has come to the shelves in the UK. HP Pavillion 14 is cheaper than originally predicted. Laptop with Google's operating system, Chrome OS, 14 inch screen, 1366x768 resolution, 1.1 GHz Intel Quick Celeronom 847, two pairs of gigabytes of memory and 16 GB of SSD disk. The laptop is estimated at just under 250 pounds.

Chromebook laptops with touch sensitive screens Retina
Chromebooks notebooks will soon be equipped with a touch-sensitive screen with a higher density of points per inch than the human eye can distinguish at a distance of 30 centimeters. The first representative of a new family of notebooks will be Pixel Chromebook, which will also have touchscreen.

Digital camera for shooting around corners
Engineers of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed a special camera that can photograph people and objects hidden behind walls or corners. The novelty is based on reflected light. The idea here is, that the camera captures hidden object using femtosecond laser and a special image sensor with high resolution. By using the new technology a reflection of the object is actually photographed.

Camera that captures trillion frames per second
The camera, which was developed in Massachusetts Institute of Technology, is able to monitor the movement of photons, with trillion frames per second. It allows researchers to explore in detail how the light is diffused around the specific object. It also enables the production of three-dimensional images of objects in a similar way as ultrasound, detection of various errors in the manufacturing and adding different light to photographies, after they have already been taken.

First look at EXOdesk
The company EXOpc announced a video, in which they outlined a revolutionary product called EXOdesk, a desk for your computer that looks like a thing for remote future, but it is indeed our near future.

Lytro camera with automatic focus system
Lytro company managed to produce the first digital camera that is not equipped with a conventional sharpening system. With this camera, adjusting the focal length and focus takes place after the memorable moment was already covered.