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You may have already heard of Smart TV’s but did you know your television set could also be an Android?
At CES, Sony announced that all of their new smart TV’s will be running on Google’s Android platform. It’s a new version of the operating system created specifically for your TV set and will help to revolutionise your home viewing.
For one, you’re going to get a very cool new remote control. The Android TV remote includes a mouse-like trackpad for easy access to more advanced features and even an in-built microphone so you can give voice controls and even do internet searches without having to take out your phone.
If you’ve ever been confused by a Smart TV interface or thought that whole experience was a little sluggish, Android TV is here to help. It’s slick and streamlined and created by a team with years of experience in the user interface space.
And being on Android has even more benefits – including being able to easy share your screen from an Android phone or tablet and having access to some of the millions of apps from the Google Play Store.
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This is a snapshot of an electronic circuit mounted on a PCB (printed circuit board). All electronic devices analog or digital has these kind of components, maybe smaller on some, and microscopic on some. Took this shot on one of my old remote controlled car controls. That small rounded brown thing in front is called a capacitor. The one with some stripes of different colors are called resistors. The black one on the center with multiple silver looking metals attached to it is called an IC (integrated circuit) -- it is usally composed of different transistors, capacitors, resistors and other electonic components. In the distance are groups of different capacitors too(the cylindrical looking components). A typical electronic circuit these days which are in your computers, cellphones and music players, contains millions of this components -- which are shrunk by recent technology to add more functionality and features to your device.
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