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How Food Industries Use Hydraulic Systems

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access_time October 30, 2016

Because millions of people eat chicken in the United States, thousands of processing facilities rely on hydraulic systems. The equipment

Samsung Galaxy Note Fan Edition Unveiled In South Korea

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access_time July 26, 2017

You might remember that the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 caught fire and the reason behind that irregular size of batteries,

The Bladeless Drone Shows Off An Eye-Catching Futuristic Design

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access_time October 26, 2017

Consumer-grade drones are a dime a doze. It looks like every body is aware of the way to construct one


This $199 Bluetooth-Connected Toothbrush Improve Your Oral Hygiene Technique

This $199 Bluetooth-Connected Toothbrush Improve Your Oral Hygiene Technique

This $199 Bluetooth-Connected Toothbrush Improve Your Oral Hygiene Technique

access_time October 21, 2016

Philips Sonicare launched a new smart toothbrush that connects to an app via Bluetooth. The new toothbrush, which goes by the unnecessarily long name the Philips Sonicare FlexCare Platinum Connected, combines a variety of sensors in the handle to track in the real time how you are brushing your teeth.

The brush itself is about what you would expect from an smart electric toothbrush. The brush head is, according to Philips, ‘the only power toothbrush head with flexible rubberized sides and bristles which uniquely conform to the shape of teeth and gums’.

The rest of the brush is a little more complicated. A Power button sits near the middle, while a series of Bluetooth LED indicators are located below. Below those is a rubbery rocker for the vibration intensity—press the Plus icon for a stronger shake and the Minus icon for a lesser flutter; there are 3 levels of intensity.

The data is synced via Bluetooth to an app for both iOS and Android devices. The way it works is pretty straightforward: as you brush, a 3D map of your mouth shows you which teeth you’re brushing and tells you if you are brushing too much or too little. The app also warns you if you are using too much pressure or scrubbing too hard. When the 2 min of brushing are up (both the brush and the app have a timer), you can see if you missed any spots.