When most people think of wearables, they think Google Glass, but there’s a lot more to Wearable Tech than people running around with devices on their heads that make them look like… explorers.
New York City is one of the...
It’s the R/GA Accelerator powered by Techstars' IoT Class of 2015. Ten companies who reflect the fast-growing Internet of Things that is powering connected devices, from homes to offices, from aircraft to automobiles, from beacons...
At age 4, Ryker Wixom is already popular on Instagram, even though he may not fully know what Instagram is.
The account, @MiniStyleHacker, features photos of the 4-year old dressed in dapper attire. In many of the posts, he "hacks"...
Seriously. Weloop are smart glasses that allow you to live stream - and share - with just the press of a button and a smart phone.
The Weloop hardware itself is a simple pair of glasses with a camera and wifi chip to enable you to...
U.S. inmates are increasingly buying gizmos from prison commissaries, including MP3 players and flat-screen televisions -- spending about $750 million annually on their gadget habits as several companies quietly seize this massive,...
When it comes to wearable technology, everyone is talking about it as the next step in mobile, and how it will be able to do all these things and make our lives better. But behind all of the hype - and there is a lot of it - there are...
Big Data - This infographic from Baynote outlines how data influences the customer journey from discovery, to research / purchase intent, to checkout, post-purch and beyond.
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What if your grocery bag could help you make smarter food and ingredient choices while you’re doing your online shopping?
Pretty smart, eh?
BagIQ instantly syncs user purchases made at 100+ grocery chains, including Walmart,...
Augmented reality brings virtual monsters and heroes to life on city streets, even your own backyard. But A-R is moving beyond games as businesses are finding practical uses to solve real problems.