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[abbrev., Unsolicited Bulk Email] A widespread, more formal term for email spam. Compare UCE. The UBE term recognizes that spam is uttered by nonprofit and advocacy groups whose motives are not commercial.
Ube is your single platform for controlling all of your home electronics. Ube provides unique intelligence by relating multiple substems. Ube has 3 devices. Smart DimmerThe ube Smart Dimmer is an electronic dimmer that replaces the light switch in your wall. In addition to its full electronic dimming capability, it’s got a 32-bit high performance ARM microprocessor running the Android OS. It runs a full IP stack and communicates over WiFi by connecting to your local SSID.Smart PlugDon’t want to change your electrical outlet? Just plug the ube smart plug into any existing electrical outlet and control that plug from your smartphone. Plug any appliance into the smart plug and turn it on and off remotely from your smartphone. The smart plug also lets you measure how much energy is being used by whatever you’ve got plugged into it. It’s got the same specs as the smart outlet, plus it allows dimming so you can remotely dim your table lamps. It’s 110/220V compatible and will handle loads up to 500WSmart OutletWe know you want to control more than just lights. So we created the ube Smart Outlet. It’s got the same technical specs as the light switch. You replace your existing outlet with this smart one and turn anything plugged into this outlet on or off. The Smart Outlet also has an energy meter so you can know how much energy is being used by each device plugged into the outlet.It’s 110/220V compatible and will handle loads up to 1000W.
Dioscorea alata, known as purple yam and many other names, is a species of yam, a tuberous root vegetable, that is bright lavender in color. It is sometimes confused with taro and the Okinawa sweet potato. With its origins in the Asian tropics, D. alata has been known to humans since ancient times.
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