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  • Cosabella Lingerie Balances AI With Humans
    Artificial intelligence is showing up in many places and one global luxury brand is tapping it for everything from ad buys to personalized promotions. Cosabella, a global lingerie brand headquartered ...
  • Google To Launch Mini Version Of Google Home, Says Report
     Smart home technology continues to grow and also get smaller, at least the devices themselves. Now Google Home is reportedly going to launch a smaller version of Google Home, most ...
  • SapientRazorfish SNAP Program Fine Tunes Rapid Innovation For Internet Of Things
    The Internet of Things involves lots of speed. This could involve the speed of connections of smart devices, the speed of tracking and analyzing data or the speed of serving ...
  • MGM Resorts Taps Into Tech To Enhance Guest Experiences
    Every industry is being impacted by the Internet of Things in one way or another and hospitality is no exception. Travelers are dealing with beacons at airports to provide more ...
  • Nike Launches Connected Jersey For NBA Fans
    Connected clothing is about to get a boost. Nike is introducing a connected jersey so basketball fans can tap a phone to the shirt and receive custom content. The Nike ...
  • Augmented Reality Headsets Heading To 30 Million, Eventually
    Augmented reality has been around for years and it looks like some more years will be needed before it hits it big. While Pokemon Go gave many consumers a taste ...
  • SMBs Face IoT Security Issues, Ransomware Attacks
    Many companies are concerned about IoT security, and mid-sized companies may just be at the head of the list. The majority (73%) of mid-market companies say they are at risk ...
  • Driveless Shuttles Launched For Elderly In Japan
    Driverless vehicles seem to be popping up everywhere these days. Now a driverless shuttle has been started in Japan, with self-driving shuttle buses being used to move elderly residents around.
  • Robotics Tapped For Salad-Making Machine
    Automation is expanding into all areas of life, even in the area of fresh food. Now a California startup has created a salad-making robot that can make a fresh salad ...
  • Movable Smart Fridge Comes When Called
    Home automation is moving to another level.  Panasonic, in a move to cater to the less-than-energetic couch potato, created a prototype of movable fridge, which comes when beckoned. ...
  • Smartwatches Dominate Wearables Market
    The wrist wearables market is going strong, especially in the category of smartwatches. Driven by Apple and Android Wear, smartwatches are projected to rule over all other wearable categories for ...
  • 73% Of Broadband Consumers Want To Tightly Control Their Personal Data
    While the Internet of Things will produce mountains of data, many consumers are concerned that someone will access some of the data relating to them. Part of the issue around ...
  • Hotel Room Service Comes From Aura The Robot
    Staying at a hotel and need something from room service? No problem.  Now a hotel in Singapore is automating the delivery of items  by sending them via Aura, the room ...
  • 'System Safeguards' Found Lacking In Fatal Tesla Crash
    The National Transportation Safety Board has concluded that ‘operational limitations’ of the Tesla Model S contributed to the fatal crash between a Tesla and a truck. The car was operating ...
  • CEOs Give Themselves High Marks For Improving Customer Experiences
    Improving customer experience is one of the main drivers of digital transformation in business. At least that's what CEOs around the world say, most of whom give themselves good marks ...
  • Machine Washes, Dries Then Folds Clothes
    It’s taken many years, but one appliance manufacturer has devised a washing machine that can fold clothes. The Sustainable Maintainer prototype from Panasonic uses robotics to fold the clean clothes.
  • 80% Of Millennials Want To Pay Via Wearable During Exercise
    The capabilities of wearables continue to evolve, but there's one feature that may give a real boost to adoption of the devices. That feature is the ability to pay for ...
  • House Passes Bill To Push Self-Driving Cars Along
    The U.S. government is getting involved with self-driving cars, at least from a regulation standpoint. Various forms of connected cars have been coming for some time, on the road to ...
  • MIT Gets Robot To Follow Commands In Context
    Robots are coming along. Now researchers at MIT’s Computer and Artificial Intelligence Lab are making progress in getting robots to understand commands in context. ...
  • Walmart Plans Its Own AI Network
    Artificial intelligence is being used un countless ways and now Walmart is getting in on the action. The mega-retailer is going to build its own neural networks to get train ...
  • Another Smart Speaker Expected From Sonos
    Amazon’s Alexa and Google’s Home are not going to be alone in the world of smart speakers. Now it looks like Sonos is about to launch its own device in ...
  • IoT Revenue Projections Pass $1 Trillion
    There's clearly a lot of money in and around the Internet of Things, but some of the projections are getting rather stratospheric. The latest involves the amount of money that ...
  • Domestic Robot Powered By Amazon's Alexa
    Amazon’s Alexa keep expanding its reach. Now a domestic robot from China is tapping the digital voice assistant to interact with its three-foot tall home assistant robot. ...
  • Jaguar Concept Car Has Removable Steering Wheel
    Auto manufacturers and others are working fast and furiously on self-driving cars, with various approaches. Now Jaguar has a concept car with a smart steering wheel designed to be removed ...
  • Home Depot Adds Voice-Activated Shopping Via Google
    Another major retailer has joined the voice-activated shopping movement. Home Depot has teamed with Google Express to allow consumers to voice shop through Google Home and other smart devices. ...
  • Virtual Reality Users Want More, Better Content
    Virtual reality continues to remain a wildly successful technology just around the corner. For the moment, though, ownership of VR headsets remains relatively small. Eight percent of U.S. households with ...
  • Mobile Advertising Firm Integrates Beacon Location Targeting
    The idea of marketers targeting consumers based on their location is hardly new. However, the location information has been improving greatly over time, thanks in part to data from various ...
  • Consumers See High Speed Mobile Data As More Important Than Unlimited Data
    The Internet of Things requires speed. Connecting billions of smart Internet-connected devices and enabling them to work in real time is going to require a major effort. Consumers already are ...
  • Fitbit Chief Explains Reasoning Behind New Smartwatch
    Fitbit has been in the fitness tracker business for some time, but it recently introduced a new smartwatch. CEO James Park recently talked about why the company launched the watch, ...
  • KFC Tests 'Smile-To-Pay' With Facial Recognition
    Facial recognition has improved dramatically in recent years. Now KFC in China is using the technology to test smile-to-pay payments, where a customer can pay without a smartphones after they ...