Firstly, their Smart Swim product is an addition to swimming goggles which now hits the consumer market with proper functional Augmented Reality benefits. Basically, Smart Swim is a heads-up display for swimmers that provides in-depth workout status and information in real-time, as well as the capability to stream video content during swimming workouts providing performance info, inspiration and entertainment for athletes during training.

A good example of how innovative thinking can produce something from thin air! Samsung’s "SelfieType" will use artificial intelligence combined with the mobile’s camera for image recognition, and we can use it on any flat surface, such as a table, the plane’s seat tray or the kitchen countertop, among many other options.  Not for "hunt and peck" typists like me, but for touch typists only me thinks.  As long as they can become 'touch-less' typists. This is a great example of how the combinations of ingredients in a smartphone can be used in new ways to virtually do new things. That's what caught my eye. 

As the name implies, this is a technology that uses your phone's selfie camera to essentially act as an invisible keyboard by analyzing your finger movements.
Using the front (selfie) camera of the device and artificial intelligence, it analyzes the finger movements and converts them into QWERTY keyboard inputs.
Currently, Samsung SelfieType is in the development and testing phase in the company’s C-Lab. As clever and technologically elegant as it seems, even if it works, it probably doesn’t completely replace the need for a physical keyboard or even a touchscreen keyboard. But it sure will get people's attention when they see you doing it!

But virtual keyboards of the projecting type, with visible virtual keyboard in front of you have been around for a long time (15+ years) and never really caught on, but in that case it did mean carrying along with you an extra bit of hardware. “SelfieType” is part of the Korean manufacturer’s C-Lab start-up incubation project and promises possibly to eliminate the typing surface of physical keyboards to be used with our smartphones, tablets, and other future devices. So we will have to wait until this finds its way out of the Labs in a year or two to know. One thing going for it is it's just an app. No hardware to buy or distribute/deliver.

Sebastián Athié, star of Disney Channel Latin America's "O11CE," has died at the age of 24. His cause of death is not clear at this time. The news of Athié's passing was confirmed by Disney Channel Latin America on Instagram on Saturday. It continued: "With much pain, we regret the departure of Sebastián Athié whom we will always remember for his great talent, companionship, professionalism and above all, enormous heart." The post concluded: "We accompany his family, colleagues, friends and fans in his farewell."
Former Sanders campaign co-chair Nina Turner slammed Debra Messing for suggesting a 2020 bid from Kanye West would "take" Black voters away from Joe Biden. Over the Fourth of July weekend, West sent shockwaves throughout the political and entertainment landscapes after West indicated via tweet that he was entering the presidential race. "We must now realize the promise of America by trusting God, unifying our vision and building our future," the rapper and fashion mogul wrote. "I am running for president of the United States! #2020VISION" While it is uncertain if West will actually launch a 2020 campaign, Messing took the tweet very seriously and sounded the alarm on Sunday that his candidacy could hand the November election to President Trump, responding to another Twitter user who speculated that the rapper and the president concocted a plan "to strip whatever support they can away from Biden as a last ditch effort."
Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood have pushed back their upcoming Facebook concert "out of an abundance of caution" after potentially being exposed to the novel coronavirus, according to a statement posted on the couple's social media accounts on Monday. The concert was set for Tuesday. Meanwhile, the statement also notes that Brooks' "Inside Studio G" shows will also be postponed for two weeks. "While Garth and Trisha are fine, the Garth/Trisha camp has possibly been exposed to the Covid-19 virus," the statement adds. "To be smart about this, they are all quarantining for 2 weeks and thank everyone for their concern.-Team Garth and TeamTY."
President Trump, who loves to spar with the press, took no questions. That was a clear sign that he wanted the day’s message to be laser-focused on the economy, without distractions from journalists asking about Russian bounties or other controversies. The economic news was so good yesterday--and so much better than expected--that the president would have been guilty of political malpractice had he not emerged to brag about it. And if the encouraging numbers help his campaign, and hurt Joe Biden, so be it. It’s great news for the country, and Democrats shouldn’t fall into the trap of rooting for calamity to boost their candidate.
A prominent Delaware law firm founded by presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden received a Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan for between $150,000 and $350,000, according to records released Monday by the Treasury Department and the Small Business Administration. The Trump campaign told Fox News that the records conflict with recent messaging from the Biden campaign that the PPP program is both ineffective and a vehicle to reward Trump "cronies." “Instead of attacking President Trump as an involuntary reflex, maybe Joe Biden should just say ‘thank you’ once in a while," Trump campaign director of communications Tim Murtaugh told Fox News. "The PPP saved 51 million jobs nationally, including at Biden’s old law firm and a number of companies connected to Obama administration alums. A very likely explanation is that Biden simply doesn’t know what he’s talking about and would rather make a political weapon out of a program that helped people make their rent and mortgage payments.”
That user also removed information that was critical of Harris, with some other editors on the "talk" page objecting to changes regarding Harris' relationship with former California Assembly Speaker Willie Brown that were allegedly made "without adequate justification." Users also objected to changes related to Harris' record as an aggressive prosecutor, with one editor making a change on July 2 -- after The Intercept published its story -- saying they were "restoring more scrubbed well-sourced content. Just because it may be 'unflattering' doesn't mean it needs to be censored." The information added in that edit included a line on how Harris "appealed a judge's order to take over the prosecution of a high-profile mass murder case and to eject all 250 prosecutors from the Orange County District Attorney's office over allegations of misconduct by Republican D.A. Tony Rackauckas." As The Intercept reported, that section was removed by the prolific editor on June 11, who said he was "proofreading for length."
President Trump on Monday lashed out at NASCAR and questioned why Bubba Wallace, the auto racing company's only Black driver, hasn't apologized after the highly publicized investigation over a rope found in his garage that, Trump claimed, turned out to be a hoax. “Has @BubbaWallace apologized to all of those great NASCAR drivers and officials who came to his aid, stood by his side, and were willing to sacrifice everything for him, only to find out that the whole thing was just another HOAX?” Trump wrote on Twitter Monday morning. “That and Flag decision has caused lowest ratings EVER!”
The campaign rally – at Pease International Airport – will be the president's second since the coronavirus pandemic swept across the country in March, forcing most Americans to huddle in their homes to prevent the spread of the virus and triggering the freefall of much of the nation’s economy. When announcing the event over the weekend, the Trump campaign emphasized that “there will be ample access to hand sanitizer and all attendees will be provided a face mask that they are strongly encouraged to wear.”
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