Lithium-ion battery has a problem when it overheats. Researcher in Stanford University have invented a lithium-ion battery that shuts down when it starts to overheat.
Apple has revealed a glitch in its News app causing the company with lesser number of visitors count compared to the reality. However, Apple is reportedly to be working on the problem and it will be solved soon.
Apple is possibly going to bid farewell to the headphone sockets in its new models of iPhone 7/ iPhone 7 plus/ iPhone 6C. This process will make the phone even thinner than normal, while Wolfson Microelectronics will remove background noise during listening to music and making phone calls. But all the changes, Apple is rumored to adopt, are features borrowed from market rivals.
Intel’s Radar Pace Technology has been successfully incorporated in Oakley branded smart glasses, are capable of analyzing athletic performances and coaching thereto. The glasses have been represented before the audience of Consumer Electronics Show, 2016. Unlike Google Glass, the Radar Pace technology instructs the wearer doing everything just by talking.
An aerospace company Arca Space Corporation has unveiled a hoverboard than can actually fly. The hoverboard, called ArcaBoard, is a rectangle fan-powered board that can lift a person off the ground by almost a foot.
A team at the University of Washington has published a study showing that it seems possible for robots to learn tasks and goals by watching and imitating human actions.
Japanese startup aroma sensor developer Aroma Bit has appointed Batara Eto and Atsushi Tanaka as its advisors.
The latest review by EY reveals that as far as mergers and acquisitions are concerned, the 3rd Quarter of 2015 was dominated by deals involving the Internet of Things. Each of the deal averaging USD1.2 billion in value.
Vintage Electric just released an update to their old E-Tracker e-bike, giving some powerful upgrades to the battery and motor as well as some updates to their 1990's style design.
Ralph Lauren clothing store in Fifth Avenue in Midtown Manhattan, New York is now equipped with smart dressing room. The dressing room designed by Oak, a tech startup company to enhance customer experience.
Tech-oriented companies are in a race of adding spice to their ideas of introducing different gadgets. Playing 2D and 3D games are common nowadays, but the actual feeling of being present in a virtual world is somewhat more interesting.
The GPU-centric company Nvidia announced a new developer module called Jetson TX1 with an emphasis on machine learning to equip boards, drones, robotics, and other devices. The piece of machine learning hardware is described to be the size of a credit card.
HTC Vive will release its virtual reality headset later this year, but only in limited qualities and it will take three to five years before it goes mainstream.
It seems like technology came too late for Martin Brody from the movie Jaws. The government of New South Wales, Australia spent big on advanced technology that can detect sharks to keep beachgoers safe this summer.
After nearly 16 years in the making, Dyson's robot vacuum cleaner is finally getting a release date in Japan with a price tag of ¥149,040 or USD1,200.