For London-dwellers, there’s plenty of good transport apps out there to make sure you don’t get lost en-route through the gargantuan metropolis. There’s the slick Citymapper for starters which serves a
"We're trying to reuse as many concepts and behaviors as you already have in your car, such as a single button to control the cruise control," says Vogt. "Whatever speed you're going becomes the target
Facebook is doing it with drones, Google is doing it with balloons that occasionally crash into power lines. Bringing free Internet access to the unconnected millions in developing countries is complicated
Helicopter parents, rejoice: FiLIP’s technology lets you keep track of your kids. An estimated 60% of parents in the United States get their pre-teens cell phones, for reasons like peace of mind and safety.
Companies are interesting creatures. In a legal sense, a company is a person, as it has all the rights that you and I do. A company can own property, file lawsuits, pay taxes, and generate profits. That
Shooting video in 4K is quickly becoming more and more accessible, and Panasonic is about to begin offering another option to get shooters started. In May, it will release the HX-A500, a wearable camera
Hewlett-Packard is introducing several new ink-based enterprise printers that can operate at twice the speed and half the cost of laser printers. These are the big commercial printing machines that keep
We are now in the age of face-recognition-as-a-service. That’s the word from the CEO of a facial recognition company that is now licensing an API for its military-grade face recognition. Paul Schuepp,