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Handwriting recognition for Chinese from online dictionary Zhonga.ru. Every day thousands of our visitors use character recognition and are very happy with the accuracy of recognized results. You can see a working example on www.zhonga.ru (just click the button with a pen icon and draw something in Chinese). Recognition for English and Japanese are coming soon (if you need these languages please let us know in the issues).
Cloud-based diabetes management platform. Calculates doses and tracks insulin on board just like an insulin pump would. Predicts blood sugars up to eight hours ahead, and provides historical data like a Continuous Glucose Monitor. Real-time coach provides real time dose adjustment advice, and warnings of pending low blood sugars. Live sharing with parents, teachers, healthcare providers and other care givers. Accepts data from 60 different meters, pumps and CGMS devices. RESTful API, default formats are XML, JSON, RSS and Atom. Prediction - the game-changer in diabetes analytics.
This API returns detailed information about the country identified by geolocating the provided IPv4 IP address. This includes ISO defined names, languages, currencies, United Nations and Word Bank defined region names and income levels. Powered by patent pending Next Generation IP Geolocation Technology.
This API returns detailed information about the geographical location, ownership and connectivity of the provided IPv4 IP address. This particular API also includes Geolocation confidence and area estimation. Powered by patent pending Next Generation IP Geolocation Technology.
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HTC Corporation (Chinese: 宏達國際電子股份有限公司; pinyin: Hóngdá Guójì Diànzǐ Gǔfèn Yǒuxiàn Gōngsī) (High Tech Computer Corporation, literally Hongda International Electronics Co., Ltd). Founded in 1997, HTC began as an original design manufacturer and original equipment manufacturer, designing and manufacturing laptop computers. After initially making smartphones based mostly on Windows Mobile, HTC became a co-founding member of the Open Handset Alliance, a group of handset manufacturers and mobile network operators dedicated to the development of the Android mobile operating system. The HTC Dream, marketed by T-Mobile in many countries as the T-Mobile G1, was the first phone on the market to run Android. In 2016, HTC began to diversify its business beyond smartphones, having partnered with Valve to produce a virtual reality platform known as HTC Vive. After having collaborated with Google on its Pixel smartphone, HTC sold roughly half of its design and research talent, as well as non-exclusive rights to smartphone-related intellectual property, to Google in 2017 for US 1 billion. Following the release of the HTC One, two variants were released to form a trio for the 2013 HTC One lineup.