While innovation walks on the sunny side of the street, security risk lurks in dark back alleys. From Coin to NFC technology, innovators and consumers alike must account for security risk.
Monday, August 31, 2015
Friday, August 21, 2015
Wednesday, August 19, 2015
"Animal lovers in the tech world have decided 'It's time to let technology bring us closer to our pets." What do they mean by "closer"? For example, keeping your dog actively engaged in an activity it loves (iFetch); monitoring its activity, like a Fitbit for dogs (Whistle); and staying connected with your dog via an intercom and treat dispenser (Petzi Connect). "Closer" to your pets presumably means you use such technology only when you have to be away, such as at work, on vacation, or perhaps on an errand. Which means that iFetch etc are only interim technology solutions and that otherwise "closer" means you're actually spending time with your pets.
Monday, August 17, 2015
Friday, August 7, 2015
The history of 3D printing goes back to the 1980s, and from prosthesis and guns, to cars and houses, it has definitely come a very long way. What I find most amazing is that 3D printing can also create 3D printers, thus demonstrating that meta-3D printing has a very pragmatic, exponential effect!
Wednesday, August 5, 2015
Monday, August 3, 2015
In this segment from “The Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation” you’ll meet the brother-and-sister duo behind goTenna, a tool that helps communication stay alive even when all signals have gone dead.In June 2013, a friend and I were among two million fans who converged in downtown Chicago to celebrate the Blackhawks Stanley Cup championship. It was so crowded that we lost each other, and there was no mobile signal amid that thick of people. Enter: Daniela and Jorge Perdomo, who invented goTenna, which would've helped my friend and me.