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InFocus Vision 3 Pro With Dual Rear Cameras Launched in India: Price, Specifications, Features

HIGHLIGHTS InFocus Vision 3 Pro price has been set at Rs. 10,999 The phone will be on sale exclusively via Amazon.in Sale is said to start from April 19 at 12pm US-based smartphone brand InFocus on Thursday announced the launch of the InFocus Vision 3 Pro mid-range handset in India. Key highlights of the smartphone include a dual rear camera setup. At that price ... Read More »

Skoda Vision X concept-based SUV is a Hyundai Creta rival

Skoda Vision X-based SUV to use low-cost version of VW’s MQB platform Skoda showcased the Vision X SUV concept at the Geneva Motor Show, and this vehicle will be the inspiration for Skoda’s next big mass-market offering for the Indian market. The automaker will build an SUV that will rival the Hyundai Creta, and introduce it in India sometime in ... Read More »

Donald Trump brings tough trade message in vision for Asia

Donald Trump says the US is ready to make a bilateral deal with any country in the India-Pacific region, but only on the basis of ‘mutual respect and mutual benefit’. Photo: AFP Danang, Vietnam: US President Donald Trump set out a strong message on trade at a meeting of Asia-Pacific countries in Vietnam on Friday, saying the United States could no ... Read More »

LG names G6 display “Full Vision”

We already told you about the unusual 5.7” QHD+ display LG Display started producing for the LG G6. It has 2,880 x 1,440 resolution and 18:9 ratio, something we haven’t seen yet in a smartphone. Now this display has an official name and it is “Full Vision”, quite good name actually for a front panel “filled” with screen. A company ... Read More »

Meet Opera Neon, Opera’s radical vision for the future of web browsers

Hardware vendors sometimes publicize their visions of the future. So do automakers. Now Opera Software is getting into the game with Neon, the company’s first concept browser. Opera’s new Neon browser for Macs and Windows PCs isn’t game-changing—in fact, rather than a “concept,” it feels more like applying a fresh coat of paint. But Opera also succeeds in paring down ... Read More »

Microsoft’s vision for LinkedIn is about tying its business data into Office and other services

Now that Microsoft’s massive $26.2 billion acquisition of LinkedIn has officially closed, it’s time for the next step: figuring out how its massive store of business information can best be used by Microsoft and its customers. Building upon the company’s integration plan outlined earlier this year, Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella laid out a set of plans for short-term integration with LinkedIn (in ... Read More »

MS vision loss might be helped by way of OTC drug

antihistamine this is bought over-the-counter to treat allergies has been shown to partially reverse visionharm in people with a couple of sclerosis. effects of the examine are being offered this week at the yankeeAcademy of Neurology’s 68th Annual meeting in Vancouver, Canada. Glasses with blurred imaginative and prescient Blurred imaginative and prescient is often one of the first symptoms of ... Read More »

MS vision loss can be helped by OTC drug

m 1 An antihistamine that is sold over-the-counter to deal with allergic reactions has been shown to partiallyopposite imaginative and prescient damage in people with multiple sclerosis. results of the take a look at are being offered this week at the american Academy of Neurology’s 68th Annual assembly in Vancouver, Canada. Glasses with blurred vision Blurred vision is often one ... Read More »

Vision problems in space travelers inform eye health, disease research

nce Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first human to orbit Earth in 1957, we have been learning how the human body changes under low gravity. The effects of space travel on muscle and bone, brain and nerves, heart and circulation, sleep, digestion and exercise, and many other body functions continue to be subjects of scientific discovery and investigation. The ... Read More »

Vision problems in space travelers inform eye health, disease research

nce Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first human to orbit Earth in 1957, we have been learning how the human body changes under low gravity. The effects of space travel on muscle and bone, brain and nerves, heart and circulation, sleep, digestion and exercise, and many other body functions continue to be subjects of scientific discovery and investigation. The ... Read More »