Entries for January 2013

Arduino-compatible Pinoccio connects the ‘Internet of Things’ to DIY
The new wireless microcontroller board Pinoccio allows Arduino users to connect their DIY projects t...
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Internet of things enables the “Good Night Lamp”
The Internet of Things-based lamp is a new way of saying "good night" to your friends and loved ones...
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Stacking ICs with Through-Silicon Technology
The new horizon? Look up. It's 3D.
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Sensors and Smartphones – An app for watering plants
Worried about your plants while you’re on vacation? Oso’s cloud-based wireless plant sen...
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How Battery Failure Grounded the Boeing Dreamliner
Lithium ion battery expert on why the FAA grounded Boeing Dreamliners.  
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Fitness Tracker with Wearable Sensors Recognizes your Actions in the Gym
A new wearable fitness tracker that can figure what exercise you’re doing.
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Samsung’s Flexible Smartphone Can Bend, Twist and Roll
Forget the flip, Samsung plans for the fold phone
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Can Toyota’s Self-Driving Lexus save you from Accidents?
Safe drinking and driving may be possible with Toyota's self-driving, advanced safety vehicle.
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Self-Parking Audi Unveiled at CES
Self-parking? Self-driving? How long before these cars become self-aware?
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Vuzix Smart Glasses: the Smartphone you wear
We love Google's augmented reality glasses project. But even before these $1500 beauties hit the mar...
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Lego Announces EV3 at CES
With an eye to younger hackers, Lego unveiled its refresh of its popular Mindstorms robot kit at CES...
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Dynamic Parking Updates on your Dashboard
INRIX® announced with Kenwood at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) that its releasing a n...
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Stealing, the Show (CES)
Ballmer steals the show, but thieves aren't interested in Microsoft products.
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BluTracker tracks up to 2500 ft.
The BluTracker is a new locating device from StickNFind. It uses both GPS and long range Bluetooth t...
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Track your keys (or your cat) with your Smartphone
Stick-N-Find is a coin-sized Bluetooth sticker that can be easily attached to any object and tr...
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2012 in Review
What did 2012 look like? At Electronics, it looked like this.
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