Two recent developments suggest that Apple will use and extend its brand power as the primary engine of adoption for its forthcoming iWatch. The first is the launch of the first smartwatches with the Android
News of delays in Apple’s iWatch project should come as no surprise. The idea, as suggested by a headline this morning The Register (UK), that the iWatch is “late”—that Apple can’t tell time—is laughable.
Dell's solar-powered Learning Labs concept, launched in 2013, is creeping out of an experimental phase in Nigeria with four more installations planned for South Africa. Leveraging the ZubaBox concept by
Bill Gates once predicted we would have a robot in every home to go with our personal computer. James Temple of is calling Jibo—a new personal robot to be sold commercially in 2015—“one of the most ambitious
Brendan O’Driscoll runs Soundwave, a small start-up out of Dublin, Ireland, and while Ireland has had its share of attention as a hotbed of tech start-ups, today the hot start-up is getting hugely more
The English Wheel is a tool, some call it a machine, that allows a sheet of metal to be formed. It requires a skilled craftsman to use it, and although it is a time-consuming process, it can create a of
Tech entrepreneurs see the mobile health (mHealth) market as the next great business revolution, but it has yet to achieve critical mass. mHealth is considered the sum of technology-based applications
One reason is that security isn’t always a priority for developers in a rush to bring a product to market. Another reason is that humans are stupid. Two weeks ago, a respected crowdfunding site, Kickstarter,