(USC CENTER FOR BODY COMPUTING) – Virtual doctors could bring health information to patients’ smartphones with a new app being developed at the University of Southern California’s Center for Body Computing. Continue reading
Nokia brings back the classic 3310 phone and introduces three new smartphones at the World Mobile Congress in Barcelona.
Dutch town installs special pavement lights to prevent traffic accidents caused by people looking too closely at their smartphones.
A new French labour law gives employees the “right to switch off” from email, smartphones and other electronic leashes to preserve off-hours and holiday time.
Estonian app uses custom spray paint nozzle and smartphone camera to recreate images on any surface.
A “smart” drinking glass embedded with a microchip gathers data on drinker preferences for beverage companies, with the customer offered perks and promotions in exchange.
A fully automated indoor farming system that its developers say is capable of growing pesticide free vegetables via your smartphone is unveiled at CES 2016. Ben Gruber reports. Continue reading
Sharp Corporation hopes that RoBoHoN changes the future of smartphones, by turning them into mobile robots. Sharon Reich reports.
(BVO) – A small step toward making passwords passé.
Yahoo is beefing up cyber security – by eliminating passwords.
A trio of Chilean student engineers have developed a biocircuit device that can harness plant energy and convert it into small charges of electricity to power smartphones. Ben Gruber reports.