Tag: sensors

Gadgets, Products

HONOR Watch GS Pro rugged smartwatch goes official, Watch ES also tags along

September 4, 2020

Via: Pocket Now

At its 2020 IFA Technology Conference, HONOR has unveiled two new smartwatches – the rugged HONOR Watch GS Pro and the HONOR Watch ES. HUAWEI is touting a 25 day battery life for the HONOR Watch GS Pro, which is […]


These Garments Show Your Stress Levels In Real Time

October 6, 2016


During the show, five different models wore the Curie-powered smart belts and glasses, which measured and processed their stress level, then interpreted it into a visual projection on the runway wall. The glasses gather biometric data using a variety of […]

News and Press

Wilson Gets Into IOT With High-Tech Football

August 9, 2016

Via: Pymnts

Football has been around for a long time, but that doesn’t mean it can’t get high tech like everything around it. That’s probably the thinking behind Wilson Sporting Good Co.’s Wilson X Connected Football, which it launched earlier Monday (Aug. […]


IoT Technology Is Helping An Agrarian Community In Crisis

June 28, 2016

Via: Motherboard

Kisani is built with the Intel® Edison Board, SparkFun Weather Shield, and various other environmental sensors. Data will be collected with the help of various environmental sensors and processed with the Intel® Edison Board which will be sent to a […]

Gadgets, Wireless

​How IoT Can Help Monitor and Rebuild Aging Infrastructure

May 24, 2016

Via: Motherboard

On August 1, 2007, the collapse of the I-35W Mississippi Bridge in Minneapolis resulted in 13 casualties and cost the state millions of dollars in damage repairs. Nine years later, the U.S.’s aging infrastructure is producing increasing amounts of similar […]

Editorial, Networking, Wireless

Power to the Wi-Fi: an energizing breakthrough with PoWiFi

January 19, 2016

Via: James Hughes

The Power over Wi-Fi (PoWiFi) tech system won the 2015 title for one of the most game-changing technologies of the year. Developed by the University of Washington researchers and previously announced by Popsci in June 2015, this concept harnessed the […]


V5 Systems Quietly Exits Stealth At Dell World With IoT Security System

October 26, 2015

Via: itCurated

V5 Systems exited stealth at Dell World with its flagship product line of portable Internet of Things (IoT) devices, which includes multi-sensor, self-powered security camera systems. These devices can be integrated into an existing security monitoring network or used as […]


The iPhone 6s and 6s Plus have a gyro bug in AR apps, devs scrambling for a fix

September 28, 2015

Via: itCurated

Apple’s new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus have a new M9 co-processor that serves as a distribution center for all the digital information coming from the phones’ various sensors, including the gyro. The iPhone 6s uses the same InvenSense 6-axis […]

News and Press

Ultrathin Optical Devices Shape Light in Exotic Ways

September 10, 2015

Via: itCurated

Researchers have developed innovative flat, optical lenses as part of a collaboration between NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory and the California Institute of Technology, both in Pasadena, California. These optical components are capable of manipulating light in ways that are difficult […]

News and Press

IBM, ARM Partner On IoT Development

September 7, 2015

Via: William Terdoslavich

IBM keeps building up its Internet of Things effort, announcing this week a partnership with ARM, the world’s leading foundry for RISC chip-based IoT sensors. The deal, which the two companies announced Sept. 3, calls for out-of-the-box compatibility between ARM […]


IDG Contributor Network: More disruption ahead: Wireless sensors that can be printed at home

July 30, 2015

Via: itCurated

3D printing is now synonymous with innovation.A stroll through the RAPID 3D Conference earlier this year would have told you that, if the daily industry and business news headlines haven’t. But if you have been paying close attention to the […]

News and Press

GE describes its vision of next generation robots

July 28, 2015

Via: itCurated

If you look at the practical applications of robotics, the vast majority of robots that you see today are in factories doing high precision, high-speed work, such as sticking, placing, grinding, deburring, painting, that sort of thing. The first generation […]