University of Texas at Austin professor Delia Milliron and her team are working on a material that can block 90 percent of near-infrared rays and 80 percent of the sun’s visible light, which should help keep homes cooler.
The Knife Edge bit's unique geometry causes it to dig into the screw head and lock in place when lots of torque is applied, so instead of slipping out and demolishing your screw head, it actually gets tighter.
Information security company Praetorian created a drone with a tool that tracks IoT devices’ communications to collect their data. They flew it over Austin and figured out how many devices there were using ZigBee.
Whether you sleep hot or cold, the BedJet claims it can make your bed the perfect temperature by blowing hot or cool air. This is the second version of the device. It's available for Kickstarter now for $199.
GE is getting into the cloud game with Predix. Unlike Amazon Web Services, this is aimed at industrial customers. It fits in with GE's manufacturing business, which makes equipment like jet engines, locomotives, and health equipment.