Farmers are adopting smart-sensor technologies and connected farm equipment more quickly than ever, stretching each season to eke out greater yield from finite acreage. This rise in so-called precision
DJI is known for its consumer drones; the Phantom 3 series is our recommendation for the best drone you can buy. But the Chinese company's latest model, the eight-rotor Agras MG-1, goes in another direction
If you’re running an early stage startup, you know how to make the most of limited resources. From getting the most bang out of every marketing buck to jockeying the pace of a small development team, must
The company hopes to settle the long-running apps-versus-mobile-Web debate by creating something that is the best of both worlds. The debate of apps versus the mobile Web is a long and frankly tired affair
Placemeter Uses Computer Vision To Help Businesses And Cities Measure Vehicle And Pedestrian Traffic
If you own a business, you probably want to know how many people walk into your stores. If you’re a city, you may want to know how many people use a given sidewalk or drive down a certain street. You measure
With the promise of limitless applications, the Internet of Things has commanded the attention of developers and tech professionals alike. In fact, Google just announced that its new Brillo operating is
After just six weeks on the market, Twitter has announced that it has added major new features to its streaming video app, Periscope, including the ability to sign up for the service without a Twitter
The algorithm will start favoring mobile-friendly websites (ones with large text, easy-to-click links, and that resize to fit whatever screen they're viewed on) and ranking them higher in search. Websites
At the Shanghai auto show later this month, BMW subsidiary Mini will show off its Mini Augmented Vision concept, specialized eyewear that projects a bunch of relevant information into the driver's view.
Brilliant. Passionate. Overbearing. Impatient. Steve Jobs's management style has been described in many ways, both positive and negative. Love him or hate him, there's no denying what he accomplished:
Attempting to get to grips with Apple's already bulging iOS app store is a frustrating and near-impossible job for anyone with a partial interest. New additions cram into what little space there is
“Smart” jewelry today largely includes functional gadgets designed for health-tracking functions, or those offering some sort of alerting feature, like rings that vibrate when you receive texts or calls.
Passwords have a big problem: They’re not very secure, and no one likes using them. That’s why you now find Web browsers, password managers, and mobile phones all trying to take some of the pain out of