by Angela Guess According to a recent press release, “Today, more than 16 years of space-weather data is publicly available for the first time in history. The data comes from space-weather sensors developed by Los Alamos National Laboratory on board the nation’s Global Positioning System (GPS) satellites. The newly available data gives researchers a treasure […]
by Angela Guess Christopher Thomas recently wrote in GovTech, “The Internet of Things (IoT) sounds too small to me. The Internet of Everything (IoE) better describes what it really is. Almost everything with a microprocessor is online, so IoE is just a better fit. The IoT is a network that allows sensors and Web-enabled devices […]
by Jennifer Zaino Everyone knows The Clapper for turning electric equipment on and off, right? Sing along: “Clap-on, clap-off….The Clapper.” Things have come a long way since then, with security, energy management, and more coming along to help turn the average house into a smarter home. Now comes a chance to take things to another […]
There’s a new term in town: Participatory mHealth. As defined by Deborah Estrin, Professor of Computer Science at CornellNYC Tech and co-founder of Open mHealth, it “is taking what was previously unmeasured and uncaptured behavior – [things] that were previously ephemeral — and turn that into data.” Such information can be as valuable to treating […]
Siri will likely be taking on a new personal assistant duty soon – that of omniscient navigator.
recent article talks about a young company in the realm of augmented reality: Wikitude, a company that is “leading the charge on today’s Augmented Reality front.