Monday, 23 March 2015

Top 4 smartphones nowadays

No doubt about the fact that today we exist in a smartphone world rather than an e-world. Yes, you may think that it is a common thing to hear, but what if I tell you that a recent research revealed that about 173 million people living in the United States use their smartphones to communicate with friends and peers, increase their productivity with user-oriented apps, and surf the internet. Evidently, 173 million is a huge figure, which implies that smartphone manufacturers have a huge market, not only in the US, but all over the globe.

Considering such a demand for the smartphones, manufacturers continue to launch highly sophisticated smartphones, which makes it a touch difficult for the user to pick one among all the available choices. Below I have compiled a description of 4 smartphones, which deserve to be ranked as the best smartphones in the market today.

Samsung Galaxy Note Edge:
Undoubtedly, Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is the most sophisticated Android Kit-Kat phone launched by any mobile phone company, as it combines a number of very useful features in it, such as a 5.6 inches display and a bent screen. Despite having a bent screen, it is a very slim smartphone, making it a very attractive choice from the aesthetic point of view. The cell phone has a 13 MP secondary camera, an internal hard drive of 32 GB/64 GB, and has a RAM of 3 GB, which certainly makes it a best choice in the contemporary smartphone market.

iPhone 6 Plus:
Apple has always been the market leader, and yet again it has not disappointed its users with its latest smartphone release iPhone 6 Plus. A large HD screen of 5.5 inches, packed with all the attractive ‘Apple’ features, will certainly let you enjoy an ultimate smartphone experience. 64-bit A8 chipset makes it possible for you to talk continuously for a period of 24 hours, or keep it aside for 16 days. Yet, the battery cannot be removed from the cell phone. An iSight Camera of 8 MP is another attraction for the users around, which also integrates Apple’s new face detection features, which will certainly enhance your photo session experience. No more 32 GB memory edition, but this time Apple has introduced 64 GB and 128 GB versions. Besides the fact that the battery is non-removable, another thing which has not changed is that you cannot install any third party app on your device such as a cell phone monitoring application, productivity apps, and security apps.

Samsung Galaxy A7:
A perfect package for any user of the contemporary age, Samsung Galaxy A7 is launched in a metallic case, and claims to fulfill all the modern day needs such as entertainment, communication, socializing, and much more. The user experience increases greatly with an HD screen of 5.5 inches, which displays content on a resolution of 720x1280 pixels. What makes is a must try gadget is its Quad core processor, 13 MP camera, 16 GB hard drive with a micro-SD slot, and 2GB of RAM. Such statistics clearly show how fast the processing speed of the smartphone is, which may be called as the best among the lot.

Lenovo Vibe Z 2 Pro
One of the latest releases made by Lenovo, Vibe Z2 Pro is a very stylish and sleek smartphone, and the feature which make it prominent are its photographic possibilities, which richly add to the user experience. Snapdragon 801 processor, a 6-inch screen, screen resolution of 2560x1440 pixels, are some of its highly advanced features, which give a rich experience to the user whether it is about viewing photos and videos or playing games from the Play Store. 7.7 mm thickness is ideal for most users, which also makes it very convenient to carry along. Previously, there were some issues in the preceding smartphones launched by Lenovo regarding battery consumption, but Vibe Z2 Pro claims to give you a talk time of about 45 hours with a 4500mAh power bank.

If you are one of the million die hard fans of the iOS, then iPhone 6 Plus is certainly a best choice for you, which surely combines all the advanced features in a single package. However, in case you are addicted to the Play Store and want extreme processing speed, then Samsung Galaxy Note Edge or Samsung Galaxy A7 may serve to be your pick. And in case you are a selfie-addict, then do not wait and instantly buy Lenovo Z 2 Vibe Pro. 

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Thursday, 19 March 2015

What's in Store for the Technological Future of Dentistry?

For many people, going to the dentist is something they wish to avoid. Usually, this is due to the idea they will experience pain or discomfort during their procedure. However, as technology continues to evolve within dentistry, various new equipment and techniques are being introduced to allow a patient's experience to be much easier than in years past.

Laser Dentistry
Considered a breakthrough because it allows for a much less invasive procedure, laser dentistry makes a visit to a dental office much more relaxing for almost any patient. According to
Dr. Knebel Murray, it is used in such procedures as the removal of benign tumors and cold sores, as well as decay removal and helping to regenerate damaged nerves, it results in a shortened and virtually painless healing period for the patient. A welcome advancement for many dental procedures.

Air Abrasion
A great advancement in dentistry, air abrasion can now take the place of a dental drill in many procedures. Allowing dentists to remove decayed teeth without using a local anesthetic, air abrasion can treat cavities by using pellets of air and aluminum oxide to make the procedure quicker and much less painful.

NTI-tss Device
Used with patients who suffer from migraine headaches or TMJ, this device can be custom-designed and molded to fit a patient's teeth. By doing so, it eliminates the need for invasive surgery and eliminates much of the pain associated with these disorders.

Often thought of being used only in engineering or construction, CAD/CAM technology has made its way into the dental office and has led to many improvements in a
number of dental procedures. With its ability to provide very accurate designs of items that need to be constructed, this technology is being used in dental labs to design and construct dental bridges, crowns, veneers, and other items. The major advantage to using this technology is it allows dental technicians to build dental restoration devices that more closely resemble the look and feel of natural teeth.

Digital Photography
By using specialized digital photography software, dentists and NW Calgary dental Clinics can now show patients who will be undergoing complex procedures such as full mouth reconstructions, what they will look like after the procedure is completed. This helps to eliminate unrealistic expectations while at the same time providing peace of mind to patients who will naturally be nervous prior to their surgery.

As these and other technologies are developed and introduced to dentists, patients undergoing everything from simple tooth fillings, to complex oral surgeries will no doubt benefit in the years ahead.