It can even sense someone breathing     Your home needs radar, not motion-sensing cameras. And you can ditch those wearables when you’re at home, too. A new imaging sensor concept from Tel Aviv-based Vayyar Imaging is making waves with claims that...
The Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the most rapidly growing technology space. With the rise in popularity of connected devices amongst consumers across the world, the number of businesses jumping on the IoT bandwagon is rapidly increasing....
Adding smartphone control to all of the devices in our home doesn’t require replacing everything, at least not according to a new smart hub called Beak. Armed with an IR blaster, Z-Wave and a long list of compatible gadgets,...
The year 2018 is going to bring a series of innovation and creativity in the technology trends, and one of the most sizzling technologies to create a stir in the market is none other than IoT. Yes, I know IoT...
  Iris scanning? Facial scanning? Not enough for Samsung. The company has applied for a patent covering a device user authentication method that relies on the measurement of blood pressure.     While the physical mechanics of the sensing would involve scanners familiar...
There has been an increasing development of smart devices in the last few years. This proliferation of smart devices has brought about new income streams for business, and at the same time, new avenues have been opened up for...
Image: Pexels You’re standing in line at the grocery store, so it seems like a decent time to scroll through Facebook. But then you do it again while you’re stuck in traffic driving those groceries home, and then again waiting...
The rocket was discarded in space after sending a satellite into orbit, state-run Xinhua news agency reported. Chinese scientists have turned the final stage of a discarded launch rocket into a smart application programme by fitting it with intelligent chips,...
Everyone knows that the future will be filled with more technology than we can ever imagine. You know that the smartphones we hold will have so much power, influence, and control over how we will live every single day....
Could make low-cost remote medical monitoring and the "internet of things" practical This low-cost, flexible epidermal medical-data patch prototype successfully transmitted information at up to 37500 bits per second across a 3,300-square-feet atrium. (credit: Dennis Wise/University of Washington)   University of Washington...

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