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Review: Twine

With the powers that be continuing to expand their use of sensors to monitor our every action as we move about in the world, it's nice to encounter a …

G메일로 돈도 부친다

ETRI, 미래 ICT융합 새 먹거리 22개 선보였다 - 전자신문

# 베트남에서 한국으로 시집온 4년차 주부. 고향이 그리울 땐 푸드 메이커를 통해 베트남 음식을 즐긴다. 향수병으로 심리상태가 불안할 땐 게놈지도가 이를 자동으로 푸드메이커에 전송, 심리안정에 도움을 주는 영양소를 첨가한 음식을 제공받는다.<p># E-팩워치는 언제 어디서든 사고자의 위치를 추적해 상태를 전송한다. 구조용 베드에 의해 구출된 후에는 본인의 게놈지도에서 진료정보가 의료진에 바로 전달돼 신속한 처치를 받을 수 있다. 조난사고를 당하더라도, 연락이 닿지 않는 경우는 이제 더 이상 없게 됐다.<p>한국전자통신연구원(ETRI, 원장 …

Intel Capital, Samsung Ventures, And Telefonica Digital Become Expect Labs’ Newest Strategic Investors

Expect Labs has already received funding from the likes of Google Ventures and Greylock Partners, but the San Francisco-based startup (and TechCrunch Disrupt alum) announced this morning that Intel Capital, Samsung Ventures, and Telefonica Digital have made their own strategic investments in the …

Siri, watch out: personalized search service Google Now is coming to iOS

Google(s GOOG) already has some really compelling apps that are meant to replace core services on the iPhone: apps like Gmail, Drive, Google Maps, …

Facebook relies on natural-language processing to power Graph Search

Since Facebook (s fb) debuted its Graph Search function in January, the social network has given access to a small percentage of users — millions, …

Intel, Samsung, Telefonica endorse anticipatory computing, invest in Expect Labs

Expect Labs’ mission to do away with the search box and put our computers to work for us just got three big votes of confidence: Intel,(s INTC) …

IBM has a new protocol (and a box) for the internet of things

IBM (s ibm) may be in talks to sell off its server division, but it’s not abandoning hardware just yet. Instead, Big Blue is introducing an appliance …

Fits.me Closes $7.2M Series A To “Aggressively Expand” Its Virtual Fitting Room Tech In Europe, Start Prepping For U.S. Push

Try-for-size-before-you buy virtual fitting room startup Fits.me has closed a €5.5 million ($7.2 million) Series A round. It’s not all new money — we covered the first €1.5 million tranche, back in January 2012 — but the startup has now added €4 million to complete the round. Backers include …