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Gadgets, News and Press, Wireless

MIT’s New Device Uses Wireless Signals to Detect Emotions

September 21, 2016

Via: Motherboard

Designed by MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab, “EQ-Radio” measures heartbeat and breath to determine if someone is excited, happy, angry, or sad. “Our work shows that wireless signals can capture information about human behavior that is not always […]


Microsoft and MIT develop touch-sensitive, color-changing tattoos

August 17, 2016

Via: Geek

Normally, temporary tattoos are just gimmicky prizes you find in a kid’s meal or a box of cereal. The ones cooked up by Microsoft Research and MIT are actually high-tech wearables. This kind of wearable tech is already widely used […]

News and Press

MIT May Have Just Given the Web a Huge Speed Boost

March 10, 2016

Via: Motherboard

An open source tool may help tame the hobbled mess of autoplaying videos and advertising trackers that is the modern web. Announced on Wednesday morning, Polaris is a software framework that attempts to speed up the web by addressing how […]

News and Press

Breakthrough tech could quadruple your smartphone’s total battery life

August 18, 2015

Via: Chris Smith

Battery life and charging are constantly on our minds. We’re always looking for power sources to make sure our smartphones don’t die, and battery performance is always one factor worth considering when purchasing a new gadget. Many companies are looking […]