Technologies of Tomorrow: 3D Printing & Wearable Tech

Wearable technology is the name given to clothing or accessories that incorporate digital elements, whether practical or for purely aesthetic reasons. The famous Google Glass technology is one example but things such as smartwatches or the coyly named CuffLinc, which contains a tiny wireless device allowing users to send signals to their contacts at the touch of a button, are becoming more and more common. Continue reading “Technologies of Tomorrow: 3D Printing & Wearable Tech”

ARM Establishes World-Class CPU Design Center Focused on IoT in Taiwan

Today ARM announced the establishment of a new CPU Design Center in the Hsinchu Science Park, Hsinchu, Taiwan. This is ARM’s first CPU Design Center in Asia, and it will focus on the design, verification and delivery of the ARM(R) Cortex(R) -M processor series targeted at the Internet of Things (IoT), wearables and embedded applications markets. Continue reading “ARM Establishes World-Class CPU Design Center Focused on IoT in Taiwan”

Coca-Cola showcases extra-cool coolers in Internet of Things case study

CCA looked at new ways to differentiate the Coca-Cola brand. For affordable, wide scale deployment, the company needed to work with existing assets such as beverage coolers in stores and shopping malls. CCA took advantage of the unused space on coolers by adding digital signage to create a personalised, engaging experience. Continue reading “Coca-Cola showcases extra-cool coolers in Internet of Things case study”