SNUPI Technologies Announces Sensor Integration with Nest

SNUPI Technologies announced that its WallyHome product, a sensor network that monitors changes in moisture, temperature, and humidity, will soon work with the Nest Learning Thermostat. The integration highlights the practical benefits of pairing smart home devices with a simple way to maintain a more intelligent, efficient and comfortable home. Continue reading “SNUPI Technologies Announces Sensor Integration with Nest”

LG’S Working On Bendy, Rolly, Flexy P-OLED Screens For Every Gadget You Can Imagine

LG Display has revealed its future plans for P-OLED displays, which could include using the new type of screen on smartphones, tablets, computers, and even televisions. LG debuted the plastic-OLED screen on the G Watch R smartwatch, which has recently gone on sale around the world, and previously used a version of it on the G Flex curved smartphone. Continue reading “LG’S Working On Bendy, Rolly, Flexy P-OLED Screens For Every Gadget You Can Imagine”

The solution to football concussions may come from ‘a smartphone in your mouth’

Jack Marucci is the director of athletic training at LSU, where the nationally-ranked football team averages about six concussions during a month of training camp, but only two or three during a season spanning from September until January. Usually, the concussions are suffered by the largest men on the field, the offensive and defensive linemen. Continue reading “The solution to football concussions may come from ‘a smartphone in your mouth’”

Apple and Samsung drive adoption of next gen sensors

The market for sensors in smartphones and tablets is set to nearly triple from 2012 through 2018, propelled by the race between Apple and Samsung to enhance their mobile products with cutting edge sensor technology. According to IHS, worldwide market revenue for sensors used in mobile handsets and media tablets will rise to $6.5billion in 2018. Continue reading “Apple and Samsung drive adoption of next gen sensors”

Nintendo working on sleep and deprivation sensor in health venture

Gaming company Nintendo announced a new health and fatigue technology from its health care division, manufactured with the assistance of the ResMed medical equipment company, to help better treat sleep disorders. The QOL Sensor will roughly be the size of an average human hand, and should be available on the consumer market before April 2016. Continue reading “Nintendo working on sleep and deprivation sensor in health venture”