The latest "it" object from Amazon, this 360 omni-directional speaker is responsive, connected and fast. It even learns from you -- as it's always getting smarter and adding new features, plus thousands of skills like Uber, Domino's, and more.
The all-new Fire HD 8 now has up to 12 hours of battery life, two times the storage, and 50 percent more RAM for faster performance. This tablet has a 1.3 GHz quad-core processor, Dolby Audio and is available in four colors.
Bnext virtual reality VR glasses work with smartphones and mobile devices like iPhone 7/6 plus/6/5s/5c/5 Samsung Galaxy s5/s6/s7/note4/note5/edge and Other 4"- 6.0" smartphones ( iOS/Microsoft/droid ) like LG, Huawei, HTC, Nexus & Sony to bring you a totally immersive visual 360 experience. Boasting HD optimization and 3D gaming support, you’ll put yourself right into the action with games, movies and more!
This receiver streams music from your phone to your car's speakers. Listen to your favorite tunes easily when driving with this Bluetooth hands-free car kit (Requires a 3.5mm AUX-In socket in your car). Take calls on the go, while keeping your eyes on the road, thanks to this Bluetooth in-car speakerphone’s built-in microphone.
The Fit-Bit's automatic wrist-based heart rate tracking device is a great way to measure calorie burning all day. And the Fit-Bit doesn't just monitor your fitness - you can also track your sleep patterns and see texts and calls as they come in.
This device expands your Wi-Fi network for ultimate performance. The Gigabit Ethernet port acts as a wireless adapter to connect a wired device to your network at gigabit speed. The intelligent signal light helps to find the best location for optimal Wi-Fi coverage by showing the signal strength.
This robotic mop sweeps and mops hard floors including hardwood, tile, and stone in kitchens, bathrooms, and other small spaces. It even gets into hard-to-reach places, including under and around toilets, into corners, and below cabinets.
"There's a 60-year-old woman in Tokyo. She was at the University of Tokyo. She had been diagnosed with leukemia six years ago. She was living, but not healthy. So the University of Tokyo ran her genomic sequence through Watson and it was able to ascertain that they were off by one thing. Actually, she had two strains of leukemia. The did treat her and she is healthy."
He added, "That's one example. Statistically, we're seeing that about one third of the time, Watson is proposing an additional diagnosis."
Kenny says that what Watson is not just being used to cure cancer, "but to just recommend what you should watch next" and even to recommend "what ad you you should watch next."
He says the game-changing thing about Watson is its ability to "get to know you personally and know what you need next. It comes from what we learned in medicine."