Wearable Technology

At F8 2019, Oculus proved VR is too important to trust to Facebook

By CloudBuzz | May 2, 2019

Facebook’s F8 2019 has ended, but several moments from its two days of keynotes keep bouncing around in my head. On the positive side, Oculus Quest finally got a release date, Oculus’s Lindsay Young espoused the company’s sincere belief that “VR is the next frontier of

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6 Robotics Industry Predictions for 2019

By Kayla Matthews | December 17, 2018

Robotics Industry Predictions It’s clear that robotics will have a dominant influence on 2019, but how might it play out? Here are six possibilities: 1. The Potential for Drone Deliveries Will Become More Apparent Although many people are frustrated that

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This New Antenna Can Now Support Multiple 5G Communications at Once

By Kayla Matthews | December 11, 2018

Multiple 5G Communications Although the widespread commercial rollout of the 5G network happens in 2020, numerous telecommunications companies are testing new technologies and will present 5G-related advancements in 2019. For 5G’s arrival to be successful, though, equipment must exist to

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4 Examples When AI And Robotics Work Better Than Humans

By Kayla Matthews | March 28, 2018

Robotics and AI Science fiction’s portrayal of robotics and AI tends to be pessimistic when it comes to machines developing a will of their own. Elon Musk, the founder of Tesla and SpaceX, tends to agree. Although there is some

Record Number of VC Funds Target AI

AI Startup Funding Part II: Record Number of VC Funds Target AI

By Kiril Kirilov | September 21, 2017

Record Number of VC Funds Target AI Roughly 550 startups whose core activity is artificial intelligence attracted over $5 billion in venture capital funding in 2016, a report by CB Insights reads. It appears that AI startups will receive the

AI Startup Accelerators

AI Startup Funding Part I: 23 AI Incubators and Accelerators

By Kiril Kirilov | September 19, 2017

AI Startup Accelerators It looks like securing funding from AI startup accelerators is a child’s play these days. Artificial intelligence is buzzword of the day among angel investors, VC funds, and journalists alike. Finding funds and resources for developing AI

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Will 2018 Be the Year Augmented Reality Moves Outside ‘Pokémon Go’?

By Kayla Matthews | September 12, 2017

2018 Augmented Reality If you’ve never heard of “Pokémon Go” — or at least never had the concept explained to you — then surely you’ve been living under a rock. Heck, it probably means you’ve been living under hundreds of

AI Chips

Google and Microsoft: The Race For AI Chips

By Kiril Kirilov | August 2, 2017

The Race For AI Chips The semiconductor industry is doing well, with sales of memory and chips growing in 2017. But are current manufacturers slow to adapt to fast developing new technologies like artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and the Internet

Wearable AI Devices and the Emerging AI Capabilities

By Kiril Kirilov | July 6, 2017

Wearable AI Devices Artificial intelligence is set to disrupt virtually every industry. That much is clear. What is less clear is quite what the hardware aspect of this disruption will look like. We do know that quantum computing and other

How Brands Can Use IoT and Wearables to Enhance Customer Experience

By Loren Baker | May 9, 2017

Using IoT and Wearables as Part of the Customer Experience The IoT and wearables are on the verge of completely changing how brands interact with customers. Here’s how this tech will boost the customer experience. There’s no denying that outside

Wearable Tech For Those With Disabilities: Shaping the Future

By James Cummings | April 10, 2017

Wearable Tech For Those With Disabilities Wearable tech is one of the most exciting aspects of the rapidly growing tech sphere. One particularly powerful application of the technology is for those living with disabilities. More and more gadgets are being

Security Risks Lurk Behind Corporate Wearables Adoption

By Kiril Kirilov | February 21, 2017

Security risks and wearables adoption Wearables makers were expected to sell 274.6 million devices in 2016, according to a Gartner report. Nearly three quarters of millennials, 71 percent, say their companies should give them wearables like smart watches or smart