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Added 9 December, 2018

Nera, the world’s first 3D-printed electric motorcycle is an electric vehicle with many unique features including airless tires, embedded electronics, and forkless steering. Developed by the German innovation lab, NOWlab, Nera features fully 3D-printed parts such as tires, rims, frame, fork, and seat, excluding only electrical components. Plus...

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Added 7 December, 2018

Wearable smart devices are now monitoring many aspects of our daily lives. So it makes sense that the same people who like to keep stats on themselves want to know how good the air around them is. There are many devices coming to market now, including Airthings Wave Plus, a smart IAQ monitor packed with sensitive electronics that keep tabs on...

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Added 6 December, 2018

Automated technology is showing up in more places than ever as brands seek to offer consumers an enhanced level of convenience with everyday processes, which is what brings us to the 'SmartCup' automated beverage brewer. Working with tea, coffee and more, the solution works by gets liquids to the optimal temperature in a short amount of time...

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Added 5 December, 2018

One of the biggest problems of getting more gadgets is that you need to worry about powering more things. Batfree is a unique band that charges your Apple Watch using embedded batteries and an easy connection to the device, adding more than 27 additional hours of battery life to your Apple Watch. Super light, powerful, and convenient. Batfree...

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Added 5 December, 2018

A new service has launched in Milton Keynes in the UK that allows people to order deliveries by robot. Residents can get parcels sent to a depot and receive a notification once they arrive. They can then get the items delivered to their door by robot, at a time of their choosing. A monthly £7.99 ($10) app subscription covers an unlimited number...

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Added 2 December, 2018

A company called Buglife has found a way to use the infrared depth sensors found on some iPhones to analyze facial expressions. The company has designed a software development kit that works in any iOS app. The product can help companies and marketers capture user reactions to a product or a piece of content. It offers two modes of operation:...

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Added 29 November, 2018

In Scotland, driverless buses will be tested on public roads for the first time as part of a major expansion of the technology. Under the government-funded trial five autonomous single-deck vehicles will run between Edinburgh and Fife, although regulations mean that a driver will remain on board during all journeys. The buses will carry up to...

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Added 28 November, 2018

PNC Bank is piloting dynamic CVV cards that use an e-ink screen on the reverse of the card to display a continuously updated three-digit CVV security code. The US-based bank plans to begin offering the cards to its Treasury Management division’s commercial cardholders in early 2019. PNC is using cards based on Visa’s Dynamic CVV2 Specification...

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Added 26 November, 2018

A UK startup Bidooh is using advanced technology to create targeted billboard advertising. The platform uses AI profiling combined with blockchain technology to match the adverts to the attributes of the passersby. The digital display will therefore change its appearance to best suit the profile of the passerby. Sex and age are both...

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Added 6 November, 2018

We have seen biometric recognition systems introduced to recognize people by their footsteps and to monitor student emotions in class. Now, a company in Norway has developed a facial recognition system for fish coined iFarm. It uses the pattern of spots around the fish’s eyes, mouth and gills to tell them apart. Norwegian fish-farming giant...