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  • Will the elderly rely on the Internet of Things to look after them?

    We are facing the "silver tsunami" of an ageing society that within a few years will see for the first time, more people over the age of 65 living on this planet than those under 5 years of age. Apart from the increased burden of chronic disease......

  • Virtual reality set to boom with Oculus and Morpheus, but challenges remain

    The promise of virtual reality is that it will transport you to new worlds: Putting on a headset is like stepping into a portal to the unknown.That portal has opened wider this month, as two of the major players in the field offered fresh glimpses of thei......

  • Google's new self-driving cars cruising Silicon Valley roads

    The latest models of Googles self-driving cars are now cruising the streets near the Internet companys Silicon Valley headquarters as an ambitious project to transform the way people get around shifts into its next phase.This marks the first time that the......

  • SemanticPaint system labels environment quickly online

    Ten researchers from University of Oxford, Microsoft Research Cambridge, Stanford, and Nankai University have presented a new approach to 3D scene understanding with a system which they dubbed SemanticPaint. "Our system offers a new way of capturing,......

  • Pressure-aware tech aims for wake-up safety via steering wheel

    Any driver operating a steering wheel all alone who has gone into a "microsleep" and survived to tell the story knows how frightening that can be.According to a news release from Hoffmann + Krippner on AB Newswire, "Traffic experts claim th......

  • IBM Watson here to help you construct words you won't regret

    The office door closes; the boss sits down to his PC and takes a deep breath. Time for employee memos. Were closing the Miami office. Pulling the plug on Londons project. Forget the show in Vegas.The information has to get out in a way where theres nothin......

  • Ford developing advanced illumination system and Spot Lighting

    Ford is working on advanced lighting technologies to make night driving safer. These are advancements that make use of a regular camera and an infrared camera to detect cyclists, animals such as dogs and deer, and pedestrians on or near the roadway, and t......

  • University of Michigan opens test "city" for autonomous cars

    Automakers and researchers say a new simulated city at the University of Michigan could help speed the development of driverless and connected cars.The 32-acre site on the universitys campus officially opened Monday. The $10 million testing ground will be......

  • Lexus uses LumiLor coating to show driver's heartbeat on car

    Lexus Australia has collaborated with creative agency M&C Saatchi to create a heart-racing demonstration of a vehicle that can display a drivers heartbeat on its exterior. In the demo, professional drivers raced at night with their heart rates "c......

  • Do auto manufacturers realise dangers of networked motors?

    While computers bring great benefits they come with drawbacks too – not least, as news stories reveal every day, the insecurity of often very private data connected to the public internet. Only now that computers are appearing in practically everything, t......

  • Evenflo offers seat solution to remind driver of baby on board

    Might a car seat be designed in such a way to help prevent the tragic deaths of babies left in hot cars? A new seat designed to avert tragedies resulting from babies left in overheated cars is from Evenflo, which lists the retail price of its seat solutio......

  • Sydney makes its mark with electronic paper traffic signs

    Visionect, which is in the business of helping companies build electronic paper display products, announced that Sydney has launched e-paper traffic signs. The traffic signage integrates displays from US manufacturer E Ink and a platform for managing the......

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