La start-up Abeeway débarque sur le marché des objets connectés, et le moins que l’on puisse dire, c’est qu’elle ne manque pas d’ambition. Elle aspire à développer une solution de géolocalisation GPS révolutionnaire dans son domaine : la balise offrant la plus grande autonomie du marché, et destinée tant aux professionnels qu’aux particuliers.
I was pretty excited when I first saw Osmo, the iPad accessory that extends playing to the real world, going as far as to call it “the iPad’s next killer app.” But getting a demo of a of a product is one thing.
The smart home is fine, but I’m still waiting for the anticipatory home. A home that not only accepts programs and can be controlled remotely, but that also has the intelligence to anticipate my needs based on content and my family’s past behavior.
The science of soft robotics is booming, and researchers at the University of Illinois have just pushed it one step further with these centimeter-long biobots powered by muscle cells and controlled by an electrical field.
“Who wouldn’t want to watch streamed video over a Wi-Fi connection without the dread “wheel of waiting?” Or 20-times faster satellite data throughput? All without an overhaul of the underlying networks themselves?”
If you like sharing photos or videos or following friends on Twitter or Facebook, you should check out Steller – something its creators at startup Mombo Labs call a “trivially simple” way to create multipage, mixed-media stories to share.