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New Wearable Technology Helps Guide The Blind

From Machines that can “See” to Aiding the Visually Impaired Finland’s VTT Technical Research Center is developing a short-range radar … Continue reading


Growth In IoT Investment Projected To Continue: What You Need To Know For 2017

IoT growth has passed the $737 billion mark, with projections estimated at $1.3 trillion by the year 2020. Here are … Continue reading


Report: Robots Replacing Workers At The Pace Of Technology

Robots Replacing Workers at the Pace of Technology In a globally competitive market, increased production efficiency can make the difference … Continue reading


US IoT Policy Is (Finally) Moving Forward. What’s Next?

What’s Next for US IoT Policy? The US Department of Commerce recently exercised the first step in developing formal governmental … Continue reading


Car Becomes a Living Platform

For the better part of automotive history, vehicles age as well as the parts. If you take care of the … Continue reading


3D Manufacturing Offers Effective Way of Creating Integrated Circuits

The ability to print material in 3D has grown in popularity over the last several years. It is now possible … Continue reading


Fitness Trackers in the Lead as Wearables Market Grows 3.1% in the Third Quarter

Wearable technology has grown into a major segment of the portable electronics industry. Fitness trackers directly compete with the smartwatch … Continue reading


Apple shows ambition to get into self driving car race

Apple Inc. has declared that it is highly excited about the enormous potential for the automated transportation sector. Further, it … Continue reading


Intel announces US $250 Million investment for autonomous driving

Brian, Krzanich, Intel CEO, in his speech during the auto show in LA on 15th November, confirmed that his company … Continue reading


New LED’s may offer better way to clean water in remote areas

The ever improving technology has enabled researchers to create light-emitting diodes(LEDs) on metal foils which are both lightweight and flexible. … Continue reading