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How Technology Is Shaping the Next Wave of Journalism

Melissa Jun Rowley | Posted 10.04.2014 | Technology
Melissa Jun Rowley

This post was originally published on Cisco's Technology News Site. Advances in technology mean advances in all forms of communication, which mea...

No More Malls: 5 Disruptive Techs Transforming Retail

Peter Diamandis | Posted 08.09.2014 | Technology
Peter Diamandis

This is big. This isn't Amazon, it's Amazon x100. Very social, very local and very efficient.

Google's Glass Explorer Program Was A Social Experiment That Backfired

Tarun Wadhwa | Posted 11.28.2014 | Technology
Tarun Wadhwa

Google Glass was introduced without a clear explanation of what it was supposed to be used for. When promotional videos started to show people going a...

First-Of-Its-Kind Sensor May Bring Some Strange New Products

Huffington Post | David Freeman | Posted 02.12.2014 | Science

Babies have a pretty effective method of letting their parents know it's time for a diaper change. It's called crying. But researchers in Japa...

Wearing Your Health on Your Sleeve

XPRIZE | Posted 04.13.2014 | Technology
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By Gioia Messinger Gioia is Founder and CEO of LinkedObjects, Lecturer at U.C. San Diego's Rady School of Management, and Judge for the Nokia Sensing...

Will 2014 Move Past the Private/Public Health Care Debate and Onto Preventative Health?

Richie Etwaru | Posted 03.12.2014 | Healthy Living
Richie Etwaru

We are at a crossroads of a historic inflection point where human health care could tip from a focus on cure to one on prevention. At the risk of sounding like a Miss America contestant describing her platform to "change the world," that's precisely the kind of radical paradigm shift I'm proposing.

Timothy Stenovec

Meet The Bed Of The Future

HuffingtonPost.com | Timothy Stenovec | Posted 01.23.2014 | Technology

LAS VEGAS -- When you think of mattress technology, you probably think of springs and stuffing, not sensors and voice recognition. Sleep Number, th...

Why Connections (Not Things) Will Change The World

Dave Evans | Posted 11.20.2013 | Impact
Dave Evans

There are about 10 billion connected things in the world today. In the next 10 years, that number will grow to 50 billion things, increasing the intelligence and value of all of these connections exponentially -- billions of things, but trillions of connections. In other words, in the Internet of Everything, as in life, it's not what you know, it's who you know.

I'm Counting My Steps With a Fitness Tracking Device. Now What?

XPRIZE | Posted 11.12.2013 | Healthy Living
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By Gioia Messinger Gioia is Founder and CEO of LinkedObjects, a Global 100 Mentor at the Founder Institute, a Lecturer at U.C. San Diego's Rady Schoo...

Huge Smartphone Sensors Set To Revolutionize Science

XPRIZE | Posted 10.05.2013 | Technology
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By Alex Salkever Alex Salkever is a technology executive, journalist and consultant based in San Francisco. Alex is co-authoring a book with Vivek W...

Mobile Health - The Revolution Will be Measurable

XPRIZE | Posted 07.10.2013 | Health News
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By David Schafran David Schafran is co-founder and CEO of EyeNetra, Inc. He mixes entrepreneurship, technology, and humanism to super-humanize the wo...

Detecting Power Theft by Sensors and the Cloud: Awesense Smart System for the Grid

James Grundvig | Posted 06.15.2013 | Technology
James Grundvig

With commercial customers on six of the seven continents of the world, Awesense appears to be leading the charge of delivery ROI to its customers by means of recouping the "cheapest watt" of power.

A DVR That Watches YOU?

The Huffington Post | Katherine Bindley | Posted 12.07.2012 | Technology

Watching television tends to be a private affair between you and those on the couch in your living room, but Verizon is looking to change that by crea...

Are We on the Edge of a Revolution in Medical Diagnostics?

XPRIZE | Posted 02.04.2013 | Health News
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By W. Tapani Ryhänen Tapani Ryhänen heads Nokia Research Center's Sensor and Material Technologies Laboratory in Cambridge, Espoo, and Moscow. Heal...

Why Wait Until Something Breaks? Let's Try Predictive Maintenance

Christopher Conradi | Posted 10.28.2012 | Technology
Christopher Conradi

Why wait until something is broken to fix it? That's what a growing number of companies are asking themselves these days.

Transforming Health and Well Being With Innovative Sensing Technologies

XPRIZE | Posted 09.02.2012 | Technology
XPRIZE

Every day much of this incredible wealth of digital information about our daily lives and the world around us is going to waste. We've only just started to explore the benefits of using this data.

State Of The Art: New Sensors Protect Medieval Works At NYC Museum

AP | By JIM FITZGERALD | Posted 08.09.2011 | New York

NEW YORK -- It will take a good eye to spot them, but dozens of tiny, very modern works of art have been installed near the 15th-century unicorn tapes...

'Smart Dust' Aims To Monitor Everything

cnn.com | Posted 05.25.2011 | Technology

In the 1990s, a researcher named Kris Pister dreamed up a wild future in which people would sprinkle the Earth with countless tiny sensors, no larger ...

Underwater Sensors Deployed To Better Track Gulf Oil Spill

AP | RAY HENRY and HARRY R. WEBER | Posted 05.25.2011 | Green

SCHRIEVER, La. — Undersea sensors were deployed to a ruptured well in the Gulf of Mexico on Sunday in an effort to better track the amount of oi...