May 23, 2016 by
The Huddle Feed in Technology

A new code of conduct to protect animals from drones

A quick search online will reveal dozens of videos of drone and bird encounters. While it’s always impressive to see a bird of prey take down a pesky quadcopter, the disturbance could impact the animal in ways we don’t yet understand. As the commercial drone industry kicks off and drones

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May 23, 2016 by The Huddle Feed in Trends

Could this smart defibrillator idea save more lives?

What if those defibrillators you see on walls everywhere didn’t just help you help someone sick, they could also call 911 and tell you how far away an ambulance is? The winning concept at a recent “IoT for Cities” smart cities hackathon, held earlier this month in Santa Clara, California,

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May 23, 2016 by The Huddle Feed in Trends

I’ll be baaack: Self-healing wearable tech extends their lifespan

Wearables require an extra layer of flexibility and durability to last for more than a few years. A new self-healing electronic material, created by researchers at Penn State University, could be that extra layer. The new material is able to fix bends and major incisions, and unlike previous tries, the

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May 23, 2016 by The Huddle Feed in Technology

Is An LTE-Connected Apple Watch Coming This Fall? I’m Betting Yes.

Smartwatches may finally go mainstream when they’re constantly connected to the web without the help of a smartphone. When Apple announces the Apple Watch 2—presumably this fall—it’ll have been more than a year and a half since the original Watch went on sale. Read Full Story Read Full Story About

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May 23, 2016 by The Huddle Feed in Technology

So many leaks. So many fakes. Is the real iPhone 7 one of these designs?

It’s spring, which means the flowers are blooming, we’ve got our light jackets on (or no jackets), and most importantly: iPhone 7 rumors are leaking — pretty much every day. Apple’s next flagship iPhone(s) aren’t expected to be unveiled until September, but the Internet is already awash with lots and

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May 23, 2016 by The Huddle Feed in Technology

Google Enlists Artists To Make Bots Feel Like Friends

Google Doodle head Ryan Germick and former Pixar animator Emma Coats are two of the artists crafting Google Assistant’s personality. Machines may be smart, but they make pretty dull companions. Google knows this, and as it builds out its recently announced Google Assistant personal assistant technology—which, like Apple’s Siri and

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May 23, 2016 by The Huddle Feed in Technology

Snapchatting climber summits Everest after 4 deaths on the mountain in a week

UPDATE — 9:41 p.m ET Cory Richards reached the summit of Mt. Everest on Monday evening, while Adrian Ballinger turned around before reaching the top. Both are safe, and Cory is now descending. Original Story: Two experienced climbers have been sharing their ascent up Mount Everest via Snapchat, and right now,

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May 23, 2016 by The Huddle Feed in Trends

Calm, cruel and connected: May’s best and worst of IoT

It seems that every day a new IoT device or means to connect existing devices is revealed. With so much energy in being devoted to tell us how, when, where, what we can connect to each other, the “why” may be getting a little blurry. So we want to take a

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May 23, 2016 by The Huddle Feed in Technology

Bosch’s all-electric e-kart brings EV speed and serenity to go-kart racing

Following the lead set by the all-electric Formula E racing series, EV tech is coming to karting. SEE ALSO: Lamborghini’s crisp, wild Huracán LP 580-2 is the most fun raging bull yet Capable of doing 0-to-60 mph in under five seconds and a top speed of 80 mph, Bosch’s new

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May 23, 2016 by The Huddle Feed in Trends

LA making massive smart city dataset available at high-speed

The city of Los Angeles is opening up the data floodgates by giving researchers unprecedented high-speed access to its smart city data, a move that could spark a raft of new data-driven discoveries. City leaders announced it will link its databases and computers to a 100 Gbps system called California

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