Myles

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Smart trash can knows how fast you walk and which smartphone you use

UK startup Renew is taking smartphone tracking to London's streets with the help of its Wi-Fi-enabled trash cans. Already outfitted with advertising screens, a handful of the city's 100 Renew Pods are now equipped with new "Renew Orbs," which use Wi-Fi to track the proximity and speed of people …

With wearable tech like Google Glass, human behavior is now a design problem

For all the attention we’ve given in the past year to wearable devices like Google Glass, Nike FuelBand and Jawbone UP, the focus on hardware and …

Why wearable computers will need advances in notification technology to thrive

As we quickly move into an era where even our jewelry, vehicles and household appliances are connected to the web, one of the chief elements of the …

How wearable technology could transform business

Business reporter, BBC News<p>Once upon a time seeing your life flash before your eyes was something people did their best to avoid.<p>The arrival of Google Glass seems to have changed that.<p>The excitement surrounding the prototype glasses, which let you take photos, send messages, get directions and a …

Tel Aviv latest city to consider futuristic 'maglev' personal transport system

A futuristic transportation system developed by NASA's Ames Research Center could finally be coming to fruition in Tel Aviv — should the project clear all the necessary regulatory hurdles, of course. Tel Aviv mayor Ron Huldai told <i>Bloomberg News</i> earlier this week that the SkyTran system, which uses …

Google is preparing for screenless computers

The spread of computing to every corner of our physical world doesn’t just mean a proliferation of screens large and small—it also means we’ll soon come to rely on mobile computers with no screens at all. “It’s now so inexpensive to have a powerful computing device in my car or lapel, that if you …

Meta Glasses are the future of computing

Augmented Reality

Tomorrow's cities: Do you want to live in a smart city?

<b>How do you fancy living in a city with which you can interact? A city that acts more like a living organism, a city that can respond to your needs.</b><p>Around the world such cities are already being built, from Masdar in Abu Dhabi to Songdo in South Korea. Now the chaotic city near you may be in line …