Samsung continues its in-house startup incubator program, called “C-Lab,” which encourages employees to build their own business and spin them out as startups on occasion. Previous C-Lab standouts include the Welt, a smart belt with health tracking features, and a … Continue reading Samsung’s new startups include a wearable 360 cam and a humming app
In 1886, the German physicist Heinrich Hertz first demonstrated the existence of radio waves, which in honor of him are also called Hertzian waves. His purpose was to test the electromagnetic theory proposed a couple of decades earlier by … Continue reading Li-Fi, the New internet technology
The QUESS satellite is launched by a Long March-2D rocket from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center, along with the LX-1 research satellite (suspected to test near space operations) and a Spanish science satellite. On August 16, 2016, China became the … Continue reading China Launches First Quantum Communication Satellite
Japan Display has said it will begin mass producing OLED displays within the next two years, according to Reuters. The move by Japan Display, a joint venture between Sony, Toshiba, and Hitachi, is largely seen as an attempt to compete … Continue reading Japan Display developing OLED screens, sparking new iPhone rumors
Co-working spaces and membership clubs with a heavy tech bent have proliferated across the planet in recent years as the industry itself has exploded, and startups look to find flexible spaces to work. But not many have gone for such … Continue reading Second Home Raises $10.7M From Yuri Milner, Martin Lau, Index And Plans Lisbon Home
I can go down to the local grocery store and buy aluminum foil for roughly 40 cents per square foot, and NASA’s complaining about their budget? Why would the nation’s space agency have to opt for make their foil out … Continue reading Why does NASA use so much gold foil?
The more I looked at it, the more I was convinced I knew it from somewhere – it took a friend to look at my browser and say “Hey, that’s the Apple Watch, isn’t it?” For the record, I wasn’t … Continue reading WearFaces makes Apple watch face for Android smartwatches
CyanogenMod is doing some housekeeping on the number of builds it has in its care. Following its trend of providing a single build for similar devices, it is rolling up all Xperia Z devices into one unified build. On the … Continue reading CyanogenMod 11 Xperia Z unified builds, Moto X cleanup
Digg, Milk, and Revision3 founder Kevin Rose recently left Google Ventures to start a new mobile development house called North, and now we have some details on the firm’s first app, Tiiny, which will launch soon. The basic idea is … Continue reading Kevin Rose’s New App Tiiny Lets You Share Little Photos That Disappear In 24 Hours
Fitness company Jawbone has announced that their health app UP will now be compatible across platforms and across different devices as well, including smartwatches and wearables. They will also be releasing an open-device connectivity framework later on to enable OEMs … Continue reading Jawbone makes UP app cross-platform for devices, wearables
It looks like the tech giant’s plan to move away from the Nokia and Windows Phone names is getting underway. Microsoft has already made it clear that it’s planning to phase out the Nokia name in its mobile products, and … Continue reading Microsoft to get rid of Nokia and Windows Phone brands?
Dell has unveiled a new tablet called the Dell Venue 8 7000 series that is being shown off at IDF 2014. The new tablet is very thin; in fact, Dell claims that it is the world’s thinnest tablet at 6mm … Continue reading Dell Venue 8 7000 series tablet debuts with 6mm profile