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HOW TO GET MOTO GESTURES ON ANY ANDROID DEVICE WITHOUT ROOT!!!

HOW TO GET MOTO GESTURES ON ANY ANDROID DEVICE WITHOUT ROOT!!!

Hey, what’s up guys? This is Sarvesh from SK’s TECH & let’s get started (INTRO PLAYING) Now a days the only special features that motorola gives in their phone apart from moto mods is the moto gestures like chop to Read more…


Speak Every Language with Real-Time Translation!

Speak Every Language with Real-Time Translation!

Every two weeks, another language goes extinct. Could translation devices save them? One thing we have to understand about communication is that messages don’t really travel, they code. Take a look at this model. First, you have to encode the Read more…


Introduction to Computer Programming | What is is? Programming Language Types | Beginners Video

Introduction to Computer Programming | What is is? Programming Language Types | Beginners Video

Hi this is Anil from learning lad and in this video we are going to talk about the computer, computer programming and the types of programming languages. A computer is a general purpose machines which can perform many computational task Read more…


LeBron James’s China Remarks, Gina Rodriguez’s N-Word Backlash & Google’s Pixel 4 | The Daily Show

LeBron James’s China Remarks, Gina Rodriguez’s N-Word Backlash & Google’s Pixel 4 | The Daily Show

The conflict between the NBA and China over the Hong Kong protests continued this week. But now, King James has stepped into the fray. MAN: In Hong Kong tonight, basketball superstar LeBron James under fire, his famed jersey up in Read more…


Google Pixel 4: Testing Radar-Powered Gesture Controls

Google Pixel 4: Testing Radar-Powered Gesture Controls

– We’re here at the Made by Google event and this is the new Pixel 4. What’s new? Well, this comes with a radar and it comes with a ton of new gestures. So, let’s see how it holds up Read more…


MSc in Science Communication – Ian Brunswick

MSc in Science Communication – Ian Brunswick

Yeah I chose the MSc in Science Communication at DCU because I was really interested in both Science Media and also science museums, science institutions and how that’s communicated to the public. I chose the programs here over other programs Read more…


Soli Gesture Tracking

Soli Gesture Tracking

A few years ago we had the chance to work on a Kiosk application for an optometry store. The goal of the application was to allow interaction without a mouse and keyboard. To implement this we used Leap Motion to Read more…


Android gestures are risky, here’s why

Android gestures are risky, here’s why

– The Android P public beta has been out for a week or two. I’ve been playing with it, you’ve been playing with it, and you already know that there’s a bunch of gestures that you use to get around Read more…


Why Did The Chicken Cross The Road?

Why Did The Chicken Cross The Road?

Hey, Vsauce. Michael here. I’ve got a question for you. Why did the chicken cross the road? Brilliant question. Let’s find out why. Historically, the chicken crossed the road to get to the other side. Has anybody ever laughed at Read more…


Android Q: exclusive hands-on with the new features

Android Q: exclusive hands-on with the new features

– The new Beta for Android Q is here and we have the exclusive first look. It’s finally time for Google to do what it does at every Google aisle lately, tell us what all the new features that are Read more…