Cisco aims to put analytics at the “edge” with acquisition of ParStream
Cisco Systems announced earlier this week that it intends to buy ParStream, a German analytics company that...
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Thumbnail-Size Wearable Trackpad: NailO
Toss the touchscreen, never mind the mouse, and shut up about voice commands—when it comes to controlling...
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Smart alarm clock(s)
The Smart alarm clocks are research artefacts that aim at exploring the issues of intelligibility and control...
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Smart Window Blinds: Axis Gear
Axis Gear is a motorized Bluetooth add-on for certain window blinds, which launched on Indiegogo a few days...
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JavaScript for Robots & IoT: Cylon.JS
Creating software for the Internet of Things seems to get easier every day, as new development tools...
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Remote Player Piano: Stanley
Meet Stanley, a typical player piano with the added twist of being able to take song requests...
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Smart Garden Sensor: HUI!
HUI! is the latest addition to the growing lineup of smart gardening sensors. The acronym stands for...
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Visualizing Urban Data: Sense Your City Data Art Challenge
What does a smart city look like? I don't mean the roads, buildings and bus stops; or...
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Shoes that see: Le Chal
Anirudh Sharma is an Information Technology Engineer in India that has developed a haptic feedback shoe known...
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Amazon adds IoT support to Amazon Web Services
Earlier this month, Amazon announced an addition to its Amazon Web Services cloud computing suite: AWS IoT....
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Repurposing Smartphones as IoT Hardware: JanOS
When it comes to choosing which hardware to use to prototype a new connected device, there are...
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Teach the machines to sing: Chirp
Chirp is a new application from London-based Animal Systems that lets users share images, contacts or links using...
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Prempoint’s "virtual access" could be the IoT’s master key
When you walk into a friend’s house, a hotel room, or an Airbnb rental today, it’s a...
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Wifi MAC Tracking: The Walls Have Eyes
The Walls Have Eyes was a sort of digital performance installation at last year’s Mozilla Festival (Mozfest)...
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Soundless Speaker: L8
The 'L8 smartlight' is an palm sized desktop lamp that uses a full-colour 8x8 LED matrix and...
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C-way kids’ wearable adapts as children grow
Designing wearable tech for kids is a challenge. The product has to be durable enough for the...
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Real-TIme Remote Excavation
Telecommuting may seem like a white-collar job, requiring an office full of webcams, speakerphones and high-resolution displays...
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Automated Hydroponics: Bitponics
Bitponics is a project by Amit Kumar and Michael Doherty that seeks to automate home plant growing...
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Reemo addresses mobility challenges with gesture-based smart home control
Controlling your home with a wave of the hand — sounds like magic, right? Sure, the Internet...
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Connected Device Dashboards: Sid Lee Paris Office
Do you know how many times the toilet in your office has been flushed today? How many...
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Development Aid Monitoring: SWEETSense
The Portland State University SWEETLab™ (Sustainable Water, Energy and Environmental Technologies Laboratory) has a mission of "improving...
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Concrete Sensors give the inside scoop on newly poured structures
Embedded sensors have the power to collect unprecedented amounts of data about the objects and structures that...
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Stellvertreter Shoes
Is there anything more cliché than the adage about “walking a mile in someone else’s shoes?” Maybe...
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Storefront Analytics: Motionloft
Online companies have been using web analytics for years to analyze how long a visitor stays on...
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