A recently-granted Apple patent seems to lay out some of Cupertino’s thinking about the future of Siri and the Internet of Things: and it’s spooky. The patent suggests plan to put sensors in every room of the house.
The lure of wearable technology and its application to health is tremendous- so tremendous that even the richest company on the planet-Apple, can’t resist it apparently. And so goes the recent insider news that has captured the attention of people worldwide “Apple is developing software and sensors that can predict heart attacks”. Not so fast… [read more]
Apple is reportedly looking into developing a device capable of predicting heart attacks.
Android-derived operating systems will account for 32% of PC market next year.
Building on rumors from July, an Israeli financial journal has reported that Apple “finalized the purchase details” on a plan to pay $345 million to acquire 3D motion and machine vision firm PrimeSense. The acquisition is not yet confirmed by both parties, though the report by Calcalist said that “notice of the transaction is expected to… [read more]
According to a new research report from the analyst firm Berg Insight.
The hyper-connected smart home of the future promises to change the way we live.
The most well-known names in technology are also some of the highest-grossing.
The telecommunications industry has come a long way since Lily Tomlin’s iconic skit of telephone operator Ernestine accurately captured the frustrating experience of most customers.
Whilst only 7 million embedded SIMs shipped in 2012 the advent of standards and subscription management are expected to result in 195 million devices including the technology by the end of 2017.