New York-based Waverly Labs is preparing for first distribution of its language translating Pilot earpiece, soon to work with more than 15 languages.
Stemming from the belief that in the future, onskin electronics will no longer look like mysterious black boxes but rather will resemble body decorations.
Window glare is something that have been solved for decades with simple blinds, but now a glass company is making windows smarter and more energy efficient, bringing in auto-tinting that can be controlled by a mobile phone.
Currently crowdfunding on Kickstarter, Knocki is a small wireless device that can transform ordinary surfaces into smart surfaces.
Back in 2014 we looked at two new startups which make it possible to retrofit old heating units with smart technology.
The FridgeCam is smart kitchen company Smarter’s latest product. Created to prevent waste by alerting users whenever food expiration dates are near, the connected camera also provides recipe suggestions based on the current contents of the fridge and automatically compiles shopping lists.
Moodbox uses its artificial intelligence system to work out what music users most want to listen to.
As fitness wearables become more commonplace — it has even made it into the sport of kayaking Naked unveils a smart mirror that scans users for precise feedback on the progress they are making on their bodies.
From the butler-attended, single hotel room in the Alps to a plethora of travel booking bots, personalization is pushing hospitality industry development
Entrepreneur Yves Béhar's San Franciscobased Fuseproject studio has created ElliQ, an "emotionally intelligent robotic companion" designed to help older adults stay connected to the world.