Matthew Hanlon

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You'll Soon Be Able to Take Selfies With a Wearable Camera Drone

In much the same way GoPro revolutionized first-person action video with its portable, wearable cameras, a start-up called Nixie wants to …

Ten Ways to Leverage Student Choice in Your Classroom

My kids participate in an amazing hands-on learning experience every summer. It’s called home. It’s where they write stories, paint pictures, go on …

6 Things Science Says Kids Need To Succeed In Education And Business

In their new book, <i>Becoming Brilliant: What Science Tells Us About Raising Successful Children,</i> Roberta Michnick Golinkoff and Kathy Hirsh-Pasek ask what it would take “take to help all children be happy, healthy, thinking, caring, and sociable children who enjoy learning and who move toward …

Check out 10 technologies that could change your life in 2016

Introduction<p>Forget drones, FinTech and (especially) apps that claim to be 'digitally disruptive'. The big tech trends that will have a significant …

Internet of Things

Epson's PaperLab can recycle 6,720 sheets of paper in a single workday

Starting next year businesses will be able to create their own recycled paper from waste scraps using Epson’s PaperLab – the world’s first compact …

Epson

Former Nest Employees Create A Physical Store Just For The 'Internet Of Things'

For the past few years, Silicon Valley has been pumping out a bunch of new Internet-connected devices – everything from thermostats to lightbulbs. It’s a growing market — sometimes labeled as the “Internet of Things” — but getting into traditional retail to sell these things can be tricky for all …

SMART HOME MARKET: Adoption forecasts, top products, cost & fragmentation problems

BI Intelligence<p>See Also<p>The US smart home market has yet to take off. Quirky's announcement that it was filing chapter 11 bankruptcy — and selling off its smart home business, Wink — highlights this well.<p>At its current state, we believe the smart home market is stuck in the 'chasm' of the technology …

Smartphones to die out 'within five years', says new study

According to a new study of 100,000 consumers, mobile technology is expected to be replaced by artificial intelligence<p>Many consumers believe smartphones will cease to exist within five years, according to new research carried out by researchers on behalf of Ericsson.<p>The company's ConsumerLab …

Tattoo-like electronic health patches are now easy to make

However much you like the idea of a wearable electronic patch monitoring (or improving) your health, it's not all that practical. Making just one patch using current tech can take days, and you'd better believe that the result will be expensive. University of Texas researchers may have licked this …

3D Printer Reviews | Best 3D Printers 2018

If you're looking for the best 3D printer to meet your needs, it helps to...<p>February 29, 2016<p>Read our Ultimaker 2 Extended review and learn about …

Tattoo prototype turns body art into a fitness tracker

Tattoos that marry art with technology are nothing new at this point. We've seen Motorola show off a tattoo designed to unlock your smartphone and …

INFOGRAPHIC: How to Play the Innovation Game

Whether you know it or not, you're playing the Innovation Game. You and your organization will either win or lose in this high-stakes competition for the future, so you'd better learn how the game is played. You're about to have one advantage over most players in the game: most leaders and most …

The brain’s miracle superpowers of self-improvement

We used to believe our brains were hardwired at birth. Now we believe we can will them to change. Is that true? Will Storr analyses the truth and hokum about 'neuroplasticity'.<p>For years she had tried to be the perfect wife and mother but now, divorced, with two sons, having gone through another …

The Brain