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360-degree video ties to virtual reality (VR)

From period of content starvation due to its innovation, small early install base, and the high cost of premium VR, the virtual reality (VR) technology is increasingly billed as the most prominent force driving 360-degree video content and hardware.
In effect, while viewing 360-degree content can be done on a computer or mobile device, it is clear that, the most compelling and natural viewing experience is in VR. 
One can observe that, 360-degree video market activity is steadily abundant across both consumer and enterprise applications.
ABI Research forecasts nearly 70 million mobile-based VR products to ship, like Google Cardboard and Samsung Gear VR, by 2021.

A next step for 360-degree video

Many experts in the 360-degree video industry are now talking about culmination of factors for 360-degree cameras and video.
This dynamic may include decreasing average selling prices for VR hardware and 360-degree cameras, the possibility for 360-degree camera integration with mobile devices, network and bandwidth improvements for 4K and HDR content.
All are on an interesting curve to create what one can call ‘a rich and promising next step for 360-degree video’.

Xess mini, a smaller and lighter new tablet for home, business and recreational use

At the core of stakes, we have: a Large 15.6-inch screen with multi-window functions; Smart interactivity with voice control and gesture control; greater versatility and functionality at home and work, and Handy built-in stand to improve viewing experience, to name a few.
Xess mini, also offers facilities for the elderly with access to Internet for health care and for kids with access to music and games, and learning everyday! Built-in stand allows for multiple positions: flat for gaming, 30 degrees for drawing, 50 degrees for Web browsing and 75 degrees for watching videos.

New Alienware Gaming Notebooks for virtual reality enthusiasts and demanding gamers

At the core of stakes, we have: more VR-ready options, new design, the latest NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10-Series mobile graphics, performance, to name a few.
In effect, virtual reality enthusiasts and demanding gamers can now leverage the new Alienware 15, like all of the new Alienware notebooks, that supports the latest NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10-series graphics for exciting gaming and VR out-of-the-box .
The integration of new construction materials aims to improve thermal management for the new powerful components, as well as adds durability and rigidity. 
The new Alienware 15 and 17 systems will be configurable to your needs and available to order starting on September 30, 2016. The Alienware 13 will come in November. These new and updated solutions can all be found on Alienware.com.

This wireless Bluetooth speaker can lure you

Focusing on iconic modern design,powerful sound, sleek design and robust acoustics, the Harman Kardon ONYX MINI launched at IFA 2016 brings up compact silhouette and powerful sound, that can make it an Iinteresting accessory for anywhere in the home. 
Users have the ability to connect up to three smart devices. It embarks 10-hour battery life, built-in microphone and echo- and noise-cancellation features, to name a few.
The Harman Kardon ONYX MINI is available in black, white, burgundy, blue and grey for $149.95 at harmankardon.com and select retailers beginning fall 2016.

IDERA SQL Diagnostic Manager Pro in our data-driven age

Nowadays’ IT infrastructures need to intelligently deal with huge pressures related to vast amount of data generated in real-time from multiple sources. In this new demanding environment, IDERA SQL Diagnostic Manager Pro is billed as a powerful performance monitoring, alerting and diagnostics solution that proactively notifies administrators to health, performance or availability problems within their SQL Server environment via a central console, web-based dashboard or mobile device.

IDERA SQL Workload Analysis for Deep insight into database performance and the applications that depend on it

At the core of stakes, we have: granular performance analysis of SQL Server workloads in a simple, easy-to-use packages, and combined extensive database resource monitoring with deep, easy-to-use performance analysis and recommendations to help you solve any issues that might come up.
In effect, IDERA has announced the general availability of its SQL Workload Analysis product that can provide database administrators (DBAs) deep insight into database performance and the applications that depend on it. 
One can clearly observe that, SQL Workload Analysis is provided with the company’s new SQL Diagnostic Manager Pro product and is available as an add-on to IDERA SQL Diagnostic Manager users. 
SQL Workload Analysis complements SQL Diagnostic Manager with continuous lightweight sampling of all SQL transactions combined with a simple browser user interface for detailed transaction analysis.