First Mazda Make Things Better Award Goes To Youth-oriented Awareness Project

First Mazda Make Things Better Award goes to youth-oriented awareness projectMazda today revealed the first winner of the ‘Mazda Make Things Better Award’. Antti Junkkari, a neurosurgery student from Finland, will be awarded for his proposal on how to help fight small arms violence in Africa. The 23-year-old’s project ‘Raising Awareness on Small Arms through Interactive Radio Programs’ innovatively uses modern tools of advocacy to promote a cause that improves the lives of local people. The award ceremony will be held on 5 March, 2014, at the International Geneva Motor Show.

Hitachi High-technologies Corporation Selects Axeda To Power Internet Of Things Solutions

Hitachi High-Technologies Corporation Selects Axeda to Power Internet of Things SolutionsHitachi High-Technologies Corporation (TOKYO: 8036, Hitachi High-Tech) and Axeda, the leading provider of cloud-based services for building and deploying Machine-to-Machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) solutions, today announced the companies have entered into a strategic partnership which includes reseller rights and the implementation of an Axeda private cloud located in Japan.

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Sony Smartwig Patent App Surfaces With, Among Other Things, A Laser Pointer

Sony SmartWig patent app surfaces with, among other things, a laser pointerSony is attempting to patent a device it calls the SmartWig, which — as the name suggests — is a wig with technologies embedded. The idea is that the wig will communicate with a “secondary device” like a smartphone to give indicators for certain things like incoming messages. In addition, it is also proposed the SmartWig could house a camera and a laser pointer.

Mazda Announces ‘make Things Better Award’ At Youth Summit In Warsaw

Mazda Announces ‘Make Things Better Award’ at Youth Summit in WarsawMazda, Leading Partner of the World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates in Warsaw, invited more than 100 young future leaders from around the world to participate in a competition to win the ‘Make Things Better Award’. The award includes prize money of 10,000 EUR to be used for promoting a good cause. Jeffrey H. Guyton, President & CEO, Mazda Motor Europe, and Wojciech Halarewicz, VP Communications at Mazda, announced the contest at a Mazda-led workshop entitled ‘Modern Tools of Advocacy’ at the Lech Walesa Institute’s Civic Academy. The workshop was part of the 2013 Youth Summit programme.

Video : 20 Things You Didn’t Know About Sony Ps4

VIDEO : 20 things you didn’t know about Sony PS4Rounding off PS4 Week, we’ve got one last video that takes a look at some of the more elusive facts about Sony’s awmazing new console. For instance, did you know PS4 comes with a built-in cookie dispenser? Okay, I might have made that one up, but our ’20 Things You Didn’t Know About PS4? video is full of tasty factual nuggets that might have escaped your notice post E3.

Nintendo Heats Things Up With A Fire Emblem Awakening Nintendo 3ds Bundle

NINTENDO HEATS THINGS UP WITH A FIRE EMBLEM AWAKENING NINTENDO 3DS BUNDLEWhen Fire Emblem Awakening launches on Feb. 4, it will arrive with a special version of the Nintendo 3DS hardware. The beautiful blue system is emblazoned with stylish Fire Emblem artwork, has the game pre-installed on the hardware and comes packaged with a 4GB SD memory card. It will be available at a suggested retail price of $199.99, a great value for fans of the series.