The latest in wearables is a smartphone watch from Nubia Technology of China
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Add-on app from an Israeli startup offers retailers window into shopping habits
The seats are made from a smart textile that reacts to passengers’ size, weight and movement
Nanosatellites promise farmers in remote locations access to real time data
A simple wristband could mean the difference between life and death for those engaging in water-based activities.
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 wearable smart coach platform for amateur soccer players uses a GPS device and app to monitor athletic performance.
An Indian logistics company will deliver food directly to your train seat while you are en route.
Researchers have integrated sensory electrodes into walls that can sense activity in a room and create additional interactive surfaces.
A new robot could help detect, deflect and counteract hacker attempts who target factories and industrial sites.
The University of Arizona uses data from student’s ID cards to anticipate which students are at risk of dropping out.
A new app can help users eat healthier by analysing the nutritional information in a meal from a photo.
Tracking device connects to computers and works as a timer against different tasks that are self-allocated for the working day.
The miniature tracking device developed by researchers at Bangor University aims to shed light on what is affecting the falling numbers of bees.
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.
MindRider is using EEG technology to enable riders to see how their thought patterns change over the course of their journey.