LG Display has laid out plans for the future of its P-OLED touchscreens, indicating it wants to take them beyond smartwatches, and introduce the technology on phones, tablets, computers, and even televisions over the next few years.
While Google and Facebook are already looking at different ways to bring Internet connectivity to remote parts of the world, Elon Musk is reportedly also interested in creating and launching 100s of 'lighter, cheaper' satellites with the same goal in mind.
Wearable passwords and keys are becoming more prevalent, and the Everykey is the latest device to enter the game with a “fashion meets security and convenience” proposition. Its Kickstarter campaign has raised more than half of its goal.
Search and rescue dogs, while wonderful, have their limitations – namely, the inability to fit into tiny spaces. A team of researchers has come up with a solution in the form of cyborg cockroaches equipped with high-tech backpacks.
Researchers at North Carolina State University have created a multifunctional harness that can improve communication between humans and dogs. The prototype harness, called Cyber-Enhanced Working Dog, is akin to a small backpack for a dog.
The i1 Biometrics Vector MouthGuard not only protects a football player’s teeth, it uses microscopic electronics to detect impacts to his skull. And the resulting data is fundamentally changing the way the game is played.
Microsoft has been working with a UK charity and several other companies on a project called Cities Unlocked, developing a clever headset which creates 3D sound maps to help blind and partially sighted people navigate around their surroundings.
Timex announced its Ironman One GPS+ smartwatch earlier this year. Unusually, it doesn't need to be tethered to your phone to use a data connection. Designed for running fanatics, it's up for pre-order in November through AT&T for $400.