Student researchers have developed microchips that use ‘backscattering’ to transmit data with almost no power to IoT devices.
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Learn how Smart Tags can use radio frequencies to track an item from manufacture to delivery in real-time in our latest Tech Explained feature.
A new company has created bartender-less bars where customers can pour their own drinks to improve service quality.
This 2-minute read helps you discover the tech behind contactless payment and smart packaging.
A new beer label combines NFC, AR and facial recognition technology to create a unique customer experience in connected products.
Aiming to eliminate food waste and help the hungry, a new app connects food pantries throughout Chicago.
A new design of jeans, made for all genders, includes features tailored for life in the high-tech modern world.
The University of Arizona uses data from student’s ID cards to anticipate which students are at risk of dropping out.
A tiny sensor has been developed that can be attached to a tooth and send back health information to its user.
Researchers have developed a technique that produces laser induced graphene on food, paving way for edible electronics.
A new pricing system uses deep learning algorithms and real-time data to price produce and reduce food waste.
Engineers have developed a touch-free way to monitor blood pressure, heart rate and breath rate from a distance.
A new experiential store aims to replicate the best aspects of the online experience by combining technology with luxury retail shopping.
A new subscription service that works with multiple brands, allows customers to return their cups to any participating store.
Engineers have developed biocompatible microsensors that can be attached to food to measure temperature and check freshness.
A new supply chain technology could lead to cheaper prices and less food waste at the grocery store.
A new smart wallet contains GPS tracking, a camera, battery charger and Wi-Fi capability.
Researchers have developed a technique to identify the unique ‘fingerprints’ of any paper document based on the composition of the paper.
Amazon Go is a physical store that enables the user to self-checkout. But haven’t we seen this all before?
The Fly Delta app’s latest upgrade now lets passengers see their bag’s last scanned location, as well as follow the full journey of the luggage.
Two projects improving Chicago are tracking trash allowances for pay-as-you-throw bills and measuring the city’s environment via Array of Things sensors.
Birmingham City University researchers have created an Internet of Clothes where items will request donation if left unworn for long periods of time.