Student researchers have developed microchips that use ‘backscattering’ to transmit data with almost no power to IoT devices.
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Researchers in Germany have a developed a wafer thin e-skin wearable that detects the Earth’s magnetic fields and can be used to control devices or for navigation.
A Chinese company has developed a device that uses WiFi signals to detect when someone has fallen.
A new design of fibre technology could prove to be a major breakthrough in scientific progress.
A new writing tool lets users write without distractions to help increase productivity.
An e-commerce platform has implemented blockchain technology to keep product and seller history on a secure digital record forever.
A multinational organisation specialising in e-commerce and AI has launched a new service robot at The Computing Conference 2018 in Hangzhou, China.
A startup has developed a cloud-based, machine learning SaaS platform that enables users to build their own models without having to code.
Voice-enabled technology transforms user voices to make them sound like a completely different person.
A new social platform offers a better way for people to share content without ads.
The wristband omits a signal similar to that of thunderstorms to deter mosquitoes from biting.
British auction house Christie’s is set to make history with the sale of a portrait created using machine learning algorithms to make it look like human-made.
A startup has produced a card game that enables users to find and play games using digital collectibles on the blockchain.
This step-by-step kit teaches children how to code by immersing them in the well-loved magical world of Harry Potter.
A new smart desk incorporates seamless technology and optimized business tools to enable workers be more productive.
A team of researchers have created a robot that uses a new flying technology and hopes its approach will enable the robot to pick up and drop items in future.
London-based startup hopes to manipulate the third most reactive sense – touch – as part of its project’s offering.
A new service allows businesses and individuals to protect, control, monitor and host their own data securely on a Cloud platform.
A new open-ended application enables users to design, customize and build a website on their phone without coding knowledge.
An IoT system reacts to human habits enabling a home to cater to the owner’s needs without their manual input.
An integrated smart cane uses ultrasonic sensors to alert users of obstacles and to allow independent mobility for visually impaired.
A GPS-based monitoring system aims to improve athlete performance by measuring a wide range of metrics.