With the amount of wearables that are expected to hit the market in the next few months, one of the most interesting is the Moto 360 by Motorola. After Google announced Android Wear, a special fork of their mobile OS that will specifically cater to wearables, the first device shown was a watch from Motorola. Almost instantly, the internet went insane with the thought of such a nice looking smart-watch existing.
Google has a plan. Bringing internet to everyone on Earth… using balloons. It sounds insane and even a bit of fantasy/science fiction, but Google is working hard to bring the internet to everyone.
Come one, come all! For one day only, Google is allowing anyone (within the United States of America) to purchase Glass. On April 15th, Google is making their biggest push to get Glass in as many hands as possible.
When most of us think of a future roadway, we usually think of cars as the first step to that. Not Daan Roosegaarde and Heijmans Infrastructure. During the past Dutch Design Week, Daan and the company released their first prototypes for a “smart highway.” Using the latest technology and techniques, they plan to build roads that are more sustainable, safe, and intuitive.
Videos are one of the most prevalent forms of media found on the “inter-webs.” They’re found anywhere from Youtube to Vimeo and Facebook to Twitter. Online video comes in several different shapes and sizes, ranging from full movies to second-long microfilms. Vine, the social video platform, falls to the latter end of that spectrum.
The Chaotic Unmanned Personal Intercept Drone, lovingly abbreviated as CUPID, could be the future of private security. The CUPID is a security drone that is being built by Texas firm Chaotic Moon. CUPID was shown off at South by Southwest (SXSW).
It’s not anything new for police to have some sort of camera recording their, and others’, actions. Heck, there are countless police dash-cam television shows proving this (if you haven’t seen them, look on TruTV). But, get ready for more priceless police/criminal action with the newest in police technology, the body cam!