No, the normal Misfit Shine doesn't have this new software, although Misfit may consider an update to non-Speedo Shines in the future. The Speedo Shine will be available September 1 at Apple Stores, and online at Misfit and Speedo.com. We have an early unit here, but haven't swim-tested it yet; stay tuned for a future review. The Misfit Shine Swimmer's Edition, with added Speedo algorithms that count your laps, arrives September 1. Wearable tech and swimming don't usually team up that frequently. The Misfit Shine is already one of a handful of fitness trackers that can be used while swimming. But Misfit is partnering with Speedo for the Misfit Shine Swimmer's Edition, a version that's had some firmware tweaking.
The search giant has launched a website that helps people decide whether it's worthwhile to install solar panels on top of their houses, To use the service, launched Monday, you start by entering your address, Google then uses images from its mapping satellites to determine things like the orientation of your roof, how much sunlight your area gets throughout the year or what objects, like trees, might get in the way, The tool then estimates what you could save with solar panels, and offers to connect you to local solar providers, For a finer-tuned estimate, you can enter your average monthly energy almond blossoms by vincent van gogh iphone case bill..
This isn't new territory for Google, either. In 2013, the company acquired Makani, a startup focused on wind energy, for its experimental projects division Google X. Google also acquired Nest, which makes a smart thermostat and smoke detector, in 2014 for more than $3 billion dollars. The company says the thermostat can cut energy costs by automatically adjusting the temperature of your home when you're away. In June, Nest announced a home insurance program with Liberty Mutual and American Family Insurance to give customers rewards -- like discounts -- for owning a Nest smoke detector.
Google's project isn't the first time someone has tried to make it easier for people to decide on solar technology, In 2008, the company Sungevity released its own service that calculates the cost of solar panels, also based on satellite imagery, For now, the Project Sunroof service is only available in the San Francisco Bay Area, Fresno in Central California and Boston, where the Sunroof team is located, The search company wants to make it easier for people to decide if they want to "go solar" and add the technology to almond blossoms by vincent van gogh iphone case the roofs of their homes..
Google on Monday announced Project Ara, its effort to develop "modular" phones that you can put together piece by piece, would be postposed until some time in 2016. The reason: The company said the device wasn't ready to move beyond its prototype phase. Last week, the company said it was scrapping its planned test launch of the phones in Puerto Rico, though it did not say where the new test would take place or when. Google didn't provide many new details on Monday, but added that it is looking for possible test locations in the US.
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