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Recently, to much fanfare, Apple launched a watch. Reviews were mixed. And the watch may thrive - after all, once upon a time, nobody knew they needed a tablet...
Apple's bespoke typeface, San Francisco, will replace Helvetica Neue as the default on both OS X El Capitan and iOS 9.
Thync is launching its mood-altering headset today, letting you find a state of calm or boost your energy with controls on your smartphone. Thync's gadget is more of a module than a headset. It's small, plastic, and contains a Bluetooth radio for connecting to your phone. You attach it to a disposa
Today there is no shortage of thoughtfully designed wearable devices promising to improve our health and quality of life, but amidst the ongoing technological deluge-do you think the future will be wearable or anti-wearable?
In 2014, Nike abandoned its FuelBand fitness tracker and Sergey Brin "left his Google Glass in his car." In 2015, Apple will launch its iWatch and Sony will enter the eyewear space. More kinds of wearables were introduced in CES 2015, just to leave us wondering whether what happens in Vegas stays i
Wearables have hit the market like a hailstorm. From watches to glasses, headgear to belts, to all assortments of chips and sensors built into clothes and accessories - this market doesn't seem to be slowing down anytime soon. In fact, wearables are estimated to be more than a $70 billion market by
Il progetto italiano 232 l'unico ad aver introdotto anche il sistema di lettura e controllo delle impronte digitali. Verr224 esteso agli altri scali del...
Cinema managers urged to alert police if illegal recording is suspected.
Have you ever tried hunting and pecking on a miniature keyboard that's been crammed onto a smartwatch's tiny display? Unless the tips of your fingers somehow resemble that of a stylus, you're in for a challenge. Interestingly enough, it's Microsoft that might have the most logical solution for...
Facebook today unveiled the latest weapon in its digital arsenal: cross-device tracking capability. This enables advertisers to track individuals' usage behaviours between devices. This means that your
A team of students at MIT is working on a prototype wearable that asks one important question: Why heat or cool a building when you could heat or cool a person?