Move over fidget spinner, there’s a new gadget in town that helps you focus for just over $100

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The more we understand about the brain, the more we’ve come to realize that fidgeting can often times help people connect, focus, or brainstorm. The rise of the fidget spinner only goes to show just how valuable gadgets can be to our processing.  Taking this inherent attraction to fidgeting to a whole new level, the Skill Set Scientific Desk Toy + Magnet Shield is changing the game, and it’s on sale for just $105, an 18 percent discount from its list price of $129. Having been the subject of rave reviews, this aluminum magnet ball is a blast to play with. Using the toy’s materials and included magnets, users while away the hours playing games like keeping the ball afloat without touching it. A fresh, futuristic, and proven fidgeting tool, this two-pack of desk toys can help a variety of people with focus and...

AXIS Camera Application Platform Empowers Developers Making the Move to Edge Computing

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CHELMSFORD, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--As the demand for video analytics grows with the efforts to deliver smarter security solutions and valuable business intelligence, Axis Communications plans to boost opportunity for developers, integrators and end customers alike by releasing AXIS Camera Application Platform (ACAP) version 4 later this year. The introduction of ACAP version 4 will specifically bring new opportunities for developers who are looking to build solutions for Axis devices while leveraging open industry-standard APIs they are familiar with. ACAP version 4 will strengthen Axis’ engagement in computer-vision-based solutions and open a broader offering of applications. Axis continues to bring more capable devices to market. Most recently Axis introduced two AI-enabled cameras: the AXIS Q1615 Mk III Network Camera and the AXIS...

Pandemic Accelerates Australia’s Broad Move Toward Cloud

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SYDNEY, Australia, Dec. 16, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Many Australian companies are joining a broad movement in the country toward cloud computing and digital transformation, a trend accelerated by the COVID-19 crisis, according to a new report published today by Information Services Group (ISG) (Nasdaq: III), a leading global technology research and advisory firm. The 2020 ISG Provider Lens™ Digital Business – Solutions and Service Partners report for Australia, the first such ISG report focusing on the country’s digital business provider ecosystem, finds many Australian enterprises looking for digital ways to be more competitive, improve supply chains, enable remote working and ensure business continuity. These goals became even more urgent with the arrival of the pandemic, which severely disrupted business practices even though it did...