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‘Mira Prism’ Headset Uses an iPhone to Power Augmented Reality Experiences

‘Mira Prism’ Headset Uses an iPhone to Power Augmented Reality Experiences

Gadget & Techology
SOURCE:macrumors.comA new iPhone-compatible augmented reality headset has been announced today, called the Mira Prism, and it allows users to plug their iPhone 6, 6s, or 7 into a headset and interact with holographic images overlaid onto real-world objects. The iPhone 7 sits facing away from the user when placed within the Mira Prism, and then a pair of mirrors reflects what's on the iPhone's screen and positions it on the front glass lenses, providing the augmented reality effect. The headset's app includes a collection of solo and collaborative AR experiences that are displayed above the included Mira launchpad, and any user without a headset can see what others are seeing in AR through the iPhone app's "Spectator Mode." No plugs, computers, or wires needed. No matter where you are,...
I don’t know if I keep my home intact, So I don’t take credit for it – Omoni Oboli – Nigerian: Breaking News In Nigeria

I don’t know if I keep my home intact, So I don’t take credit for it – Omoni Oboli – Nigerian: Breaking News In Nigeria

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SOURCE: www.lailasblog.com/Popular actress and producer, Omoni Oboli in this recent interview with Punch talked about her career, family and other issues. The mother of 3 who has been married for 17 years said she doesn’t know if she keeps her home intact and don’t take credit for that. She also revealed former president Goodluck Jonathan gave her career a boost. Read below… How would you describe your childhood?It was simple and also full of fun. I wasn’t raised by rich parents. I lived with my mum and sister in the Delta Steel Company complex, Aladja. It was a great place with all the modern amenities accessible to all who lived there, so I enjoyed it all without being rich enough to afford them. It was simply because my mum worked there as a teacher. The memories I have of my child
Apple TVs and iPhone Check-In Coming to Red Lion Hotels

Apple TVs and iPhone Check-In Coming to Red Lion Hotels

Gadget & Techology
SOURCE:macrumors.comRed Lion Hotels today announced plans to enhance guest experiences with a series of Apple-related technology upgrades, including Apple TVs in hotel rooms, an updated iOS app that allows guests to check in using their iPhones, iPad kiosks for lobby areas, and more. Red Lion Hotels is starting to add in-room Apple TVs to its "Hotel RL" branded properties. The TVs will be equipped with Red Lion Hotel apps that allow guests to watch DirecTV channels and the Hotel RL Living Stage channel that highlights local artists and performers performing live across the Hotel RL brand. Hello Rewards, the Red Lion Hotel app, is being updated with new functionality that will allow guests to manage loyalty accounts and check in and check out right on their iPhones. The app will includ...
Nik Sharma on Working in Food Media as a Queer Immigrant of Color

Nik Sharma on Working in Food Media as a Queer Immigrant of Color

Food
SOURCE:food52.comAs Pride month draws to a close, we wanted to honor one of the most visible, influential queer voices in the food and lifestyle community. Nik Sharma, a Food52 contributor who’s introduced our audience to countless authentic recipes from his Indian homeland, is a Bay Area-based writer, photographer, and recipe developer who doesn’t shy away from using his platform to shed light on LGBTQ issues. He's amassed more than 40.3k followers on his Instagram, where he features parts of his gorgeous portfolio. You can also bookmark his rich and tantalizing recipes on both his blog, A Brown Table, and his weekly column in the San Francisco Chronicle. His debut cookbook, Season, will be out in fall 2018. Nik Sharma in action
My Relationship with Chidinma – Flavour Finally Clears the Air

My Relationship with Chidinma – Flavour Finally Clears the Air

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SOURCE:TORI.NG  Flavour   Popular singer, Chinedu Okoli, aka Flavour N’abania, speaks to Tofarati Ige of Punch newspaper about his career.   Can you recall how you started your music career?   I have always loved everything about music from an early age. I actually started out playing drums for a live band at the age of 15. After that, I started playing the keyboard and from there, I began singing. I later got a scholarship to study music and that is how I developed as a musician.   What was the reaction of your parents?   You know parents are usually wary of the entertainment industry because they feel a lot of immoral things happen there. But the music scholarship that I got really helped me. It taught me a lot about the job and how to be a professional. I had a particular director w
Rayz Plus Lightning Earphones Gain ‘Smart Mute’ Feature and Exclusive Colors at Apple Stores

Rayz Plus Lightning Earphones Gain ‘Smart Mute’ Feature and Exclusive Colors at Apple Stores

Gadget & Techology
SOURCE:macrumors.comAnnounced earlier in February, Pioneer's Rayz Plus Lightning earphones allow Apple users to simultaneously listen to music or make a phone call while also charging their iPhone, thanks to the inclusion of an inline charging node. Today, the company announced a new feature called "Smart Mute" coming to the earphones as well as two new Rayz Plus colors launching exclusively on Apple.com and in Apple retail stores. Rayz Plus and the basic Rayz earphones (the latter do not include an inline Lightning port) are both getting the new Smart Mute ability, which automatically mutes the microphone when a user is not speaking and unmutes it when they begin talking. Pioneer said that this will be perfect for any Rayz wearers who often find themselves taking calls on the earphon...
“Excellence is not innate, it is cultivated with effort and supported by passion.” Mimi Kalinda speaks with Leading Ladies Africa » YNaija

“Excellence is not innate, it is cultivated with effort and supported by passion.” Mimi Kalinda speaks with Leading Ladies Africa » YNaija

Entertainment
SOURCE:ynaija.com Mimi Kalinda’s love for Africa is clearly unparalleled.  It has constantly fueled her passion to empower Africans into seeing the big picture and taking up more leadership roles, whether in enterprise or politics. In this amazing interview, she shares with us her goals and valuable leadership tips for African women.   Tell us about yourself and what you do.I am a proud mother of three, two boys and one girl. Originally from the Congo (DRC) and Rwanda and raised in South Africa, I am the Co-Founder and Managing Director of the Africommunications Group (ACG), a pan-African public relations and communications agency based in Johannesburg, South Africa. I am also the Director of Communications for the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS), a network of

Raw Food Author and Chef Experiences Working at the Hippocrates Health Institute

Health
Kevin: Well Nomi, welcome to this program. I'm excited to have you. Nomi: Hi Kevin, it's good to be here. Kevin: Why do not you start very quickly for those people who might not know who you are, just tell a little about yourself. Nomi: OK, I'm Nomi Shannon, I have a book called, "The Raw Gourmet" which is kind of the raw food bible for people who are just starting. Especially because if you read the whole book from cover to cover you'll know everything you need to know to have a raw food kitchen. I have a new book called, "Raw Food Celebrations" and that book is for people who want to have like a celebratory meal. The book has menus so you have an Italian Italian menu for example or an entitle Thai menu. It's set up so that you can pr...
Cold Brew Versus Iced Coffee: Which Is Actually Better?

Cold Brew Versus Iced Coffee: Which Is Actually Better?

Food
SOURCE:food52.comCold brew, they told us. Cold brew is better than iced coffee. It cropped up in coffee shops, on blogs, in grocery stores, and in DIYs on sites like this one. Google searches for both "cold brew" and "cold brew coffee" both peaked in July 2015. The buzz was palpable. You could get a cold-brewed coffee nearly anywhere you went; iced coffee fell from its pedestal. We sneered. We'd found something better, and it was inky-dark and chocolatey tasting. Anyone asking for plain old iced coffee might have been told that the shop only carried cold brew.But in the past few years, iced coffee seems to be creeping back into beloved status—a return championed by coffee nerds and baristas, though seeming to go buck what the coffee trends had been indicating (i.e. cold b
“The only thing limiting you or your business is you. What you think is what would manifest.”

“The only thing limiting you or your business is you. What you think is what would manifest.”

Entertainment
SOURCE:ynaija.comWhen Just Ibe started out on the path of entrepreneurship, it seemed next to impossible that her brand could stand tall amidst already established competitions. Today, she has not only built her brand, but has also become a life-saver for emerging and already established companies alike. We ask her how she has pulled it off and she has just one thing to say: this is a journey of purpose. Can you briefly describe yourself and your business? I am Just Omomo Ibe, a microbiology graduate of university of Ilorin, Kwara state, Nigeria. I am married to my high school sweetheart which is over 5 years now and we are blessed with 2 wonderful babies. I am an extremely goal driven and result oriented. This has led me to create several resources that can help, ladies, wives and ...