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Global wearable tech market forecast as $31.3 billion by 2020
With estimates suggesting the global market for wearable tech will surpass $30 billion by 2020, significant prizes await those who can crack “the next big thing.”
Ran Poliakine, best known for founding Powermat Technologies Inc. to eliminate the world’s dependence on electrical cables, is setting his sights on improving communication with wireless devices by transforming...
The Apple iPhone SE is one of the best smaller phones available, but its 4 inch screen is just a bit too small for 2016.
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Hackers have used a refrigerator to send spam emails in the first proven cyber attack of its kind.
Internet-connected home appliances were infected by a large "botnet" over a two-week period from December 23, according to California security firm Proofpoint.
It said hackers managed to penetrate home-networking routers, connected multimedia centers, televisions and at least one refrigerator to create a platform to deliver malicious spam or phishing emails. The firm said the case "has significant...
The advance of personal technology is typically measured in increments of innovation, but this year saw some fascinating leaps forward, including wearable technology to fingerprint-scanning phones to cheap, plug-and-play smart television sticks. At Consumer Reports, we place a priority on objective measures of performance, but we're also willing to drop a few oohs and ahhs when we see devices with a high dose of nerdy gee-whizness. So here's our list of the most innovative products of...
It is 30 years since Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne sold their most valuable possessions – a VW bus and a calculator – to launch what would become a revolution in home computing. Here we take a look back at Apple history over the years
1976 The original Apple Computer, also known as the Apple I. Designed and built by Steve Wozniak's own fair hands. Wozniak's friend Steve Jobs had the idea of selling the computer and the Apple I was born. Photograph: Ed Uthman/CC-BY-SA
Paying $3.2 billion for anything, even a trip to Mars on gossamer wings, may seem ludicrous, audacious, even just plain stupid. But Google's purchase this week of Nest for that princely sum may be the wisest investment the company has made in a long while.
Nest has only two products on the market, a $249 thermostat and a $249 smoke and CO2 detector. Hardly the stuff of platinum-lined high-tech dreams. But Nest has something else: a unique vision. The company, created by some of the people that...
From 3D printing to curved TVs with smart wearables and Steam Machines in between
Las Vegas, Nevada, plays host to the International Consumer Electronics Show where manufacturers from across the globe come to show what 2014 will be like. Photograph: Alamy
The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas kickstarts the year in gadgets, as electronics companies attempt to reinvigorate consumers deflated by the Christmas blowout with new and shiny products for the year...