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Worn by racing driver Tony Kanaan, this high-tech shirt from NTT Data and Toray provides his crew realtime measurements of his body during a race.
Dots are low-power bluetooth devices that can be programed to deliver location-specific notifications and reminders as well as control bluetooth connected devices.
CIO.com's Rich Hein spoke to seasoned IT leaders to learn the ways in which they foster a workplace culture that values and rewards innovation.
The Brooklyn based musicians of Active Bird Community learned the importance of sticking together via social media in their early days as a band.
Siblings Jocelyn and Chris realized early on that they possessed a talent for making melodies together. Coupled with the use of on-the-go apps and gadgets the duo is able attend Harvard University as well as tour on the road. Filmed at D'angelico Guitars of America. dangelicoguitars.com
Artists like Nina Simone gave singer/songwriter Raphaelle the inspiration for writing soulful melodies, but the combination of her laptop and Logic Pro help her continue to write music on the go.
Philippe Manasseh and Nadim Maghzal transformed their rock band into an electronic one, with the help of the program Ableton and two laptops.
Tourists and residents in Tel Aviv can play classic arcade games on a giant scale thanks to a 3,000-square-meter screen mounted on the City Hall building.
Self-driving Ubers are now arriving in Pittsburgh as the company tests out its autonomous car development
IDG CMO Perspectives provides insight into the state of Marketing across industries from leading business executives. Jim Kruger, Chief Marketing Officer of Polycom, speaks with Josh London, CMO of IDG, and discusses the value of carefully applying marketing technology to improve your ability to meet customer needs, understand buying intent and more.
Pico is an automated brewing machine that can recreate your favorite beer
For a limited time, the bundle of courses is only $29.99 and jam-packed with over 48 hours of courses and 50 hours of advanced training.
Sharp has approved an offer from Hon Hai Precision Industry and related companies to acquire over 66 percent of the company’s voting stock, making the Taiwanese contract manufacturer the new parent of the venerable Japanese firm.