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Microsoft's latest future-concept video features software, services and hardware that are all about productivity.
Could a strategic investment in Jawbone help Google tap into the wearables and sensor market?
Reports suggest the launch of a new payments API, dubbed Android Pay, is imminent.
How Microsoft has used white spaces radio to help with disaster recovery in the Philippines.
The Japanese government is looking to bring together Toyota, Nissan, and Honda, as well as Panasonic and Hitachi, to create standards and common technology for self-driving cars.
Australian scientists have created a 3D-printed jet engine, with the world-first breakthrough being tipped to result in advanced manufacturing opportunities.
Microsoft has made a handful of new, free experimental productivity apps for Windows Phone and Android available for download from its Garage incubator.
An Internet of Things strategy can help reduce daily cost operations for businesses, but only if it's extracting the right data, new research from Microsoft and Telsyte has revealed.
Lawton became acting CEO of Makerbot after the Brooklyn-based company's co-founder Bre Pettis stepped down last fall to take over Stratasys' Innovation Workshop.
Government continues to provide financial support to encourage skills upgrading and drive research and development efforts in the country. SMBs are offered grants to innovate and expand internationally.
The processors integrate sensors for data collection related to biomedical and health applications.
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Microsoft is rolling out the first major update to software and services for its Microsoft fitness Band, along with the first Band developer kit previews for Windows Phone and Android phones.
Australian Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has called for the country's schools to introduce IT skills such as coding to students much earlier than they do now, suggesting that children as young as five or six should be introduced to coding.
Adobe and Salesforce Ventures have helped Livefyre raise an additional $32 million in its latest funding round.
The Singapore bank's latest branch taps technology to improve customer service, providing a more interactive and intuitive experience, say DBS execs.
From iPhone T-Shirts to filtration necklaces, take a look at what wearable technology fashion designers think we will be wearing one day soon.
The Next Unit of Computing (NUC) boards see Intel target consumers and retailers with a low-cost PC that still packs an Ivy Bridge punch.
Give your fingers some extra functionality with these geeky gloves.
Coke machines, a psychologist, and futuristic grocery shopping combine with Intel's usual display of new chip and hardware technology at the Intel Developer Forum from San Francisco.
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The iPad and iPod Touch have been huge hits with children and schools. But there's a new wave of Android devices and tablets created by vendors taking advantage of Android's open-ness to create devices tailored specially for kids and teachers. Updated Sept. 27, 2012.
It'd be a mistake to think of Qualcomm only as a mobile processor company — as seen by the augmented reality kit, wireless charger and other nifty tech it showed off at its IQ 2012 conference.
Wearable tech goes green. Clothing and accessories made from recycled circuit boards.
What intelligent clothing will we be wearing in the future? Perhaps these items of wearable tech will be in our wardrobes.
Fans of the cheap, Linux-based computer met up in Bristol to show off devices based on the Raspberry Pi, one of a number of events intended to bring enthusiasts together.
Show off with some laser wearables, gadgets and gizmos.
Wish your jackets were more intelligent? Here are a few amazing items of clothing that practically think for themselves.
Nanyang Technological University shows prototype of TV content distribution via cloud-based technology with added social functionalities.
The Raspberry Pi mini-computer has taken the tech world by storm. If you're one of the lucky few to get one, one of the first things you'll need is a case. Here's a few to choose from.
If you cannot get to the Star Trek Convention in Las Vegas this week, console yourself with some classic Star Trek goodies and gifts.
What could your business do better? At the Greentech Media and Groom Energy, Enterprise Carbon Accounting Summit in Burlingame, Calif., panelists explain what "The Climate Registry" is, and how business leaders can benefit from carbon accountability. Panelists include: James Sullivan, former director of the EPA Climate Leaders Program and current vice president of Clear Standards; Elise Zoli, partner and chair of energy practice at Goodwin Procter; and Tyman Lodder, western regional director of The Climate Registry.
At a Churchill Club event in Santa Clara, Calif., Peter Solvik, managing director at Sigma Partners, questions CIOs about Oracle's recent acquisition of Sun Microsystems. The panel includes: Matt Carey, chief information officer of Home Depot; Karenann Terrell, CIO of Baxter; and Lars Rabbe, former CIO of Yahoo. The IT chiefs also discuss how consolidation is hampering innovation, while bringing higher maintenance support costs and more system integration challenges.
At the CTIA Wireless 2009 Conference in Las Vegas, Clearwire's co-chairman, Benjamin Wolff, announces the launch of the Silicon Valley WiMax Innovation Network. The 20-square-mile "sandbox" will give developers free access to create and test applications for a 4G network.
At the CTIA Wireless 2009 Conference in Las Vegas, Ivan Seidenberg, CEO of Verizon Communications, announces the next initiative in the LTE Pipeline, the Verizon Wireless LTE Innovation Center. The center will serve as an incubator to test and make prototypes of new consumer electronics, telematics, and machine-to-machine products.
The tabletop technology, now available for purchase in the UK, has applications for business, Microsoft told ZDNet UK at CeBIT 2009
At the TechCrunch Cloud Computing Roundtable in Mountain View, Calif., Marc Benioff, CEO of Salesforce.com, explains why he thinks Microsoft's entry into the business will bring validation to the cloud. Many CTOs, he says, still need to be convinced that using software as a service will save them money and move their companies toward the future. Moderator: Steve Gillmor, editor of TechCrunchIT.
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