Back before Apple launched the iPhone and changed the smartphone market forever, the company was working on a different phone. Back in the early 90s, Apple was getting ready to launch its first desktop phone called the Wizzy Active Lifestyle Telephon, or “W.A.L.T”.
Whether it’s in a suburban neighborhood or a university campus, autonomous delivery robots are starting to crop up more frequently.
Alphabet Company Verily is Developing Smart Shoes to Detect Falls and Other Health-Tracking Features
Smart clothing isn’t a new concept, but while Apple’s smartwatch has taken off on its own, the wearable technology movement hasn’t really found general pieces of clothing to be all that accepting.
Self-lacing shoes aren’t entirely new, but the technology is improving enough to still make them a marvel.
PepsiCo and Kiwi aren’t the only companies getting in on the food delivery market courtesy of robots.
The stock password on a standard Wi-Fi can be a hassle to type into a device to get connected to a Wi-Fi connection, and it can get even worse when someone gets crazy with their own custom option in an effort to keep people off their network.
Nike Introduces the ‘Adapt BB’ for the Perfect Fit in a Shoe Thanks to an App and Power-Lacing System
Self-lacing shoes have been a pipe-dream for quite some time, with some past iterations almost getting it just right.
If you lose a device, companies have options like Apple’s “Find My iPhone”, and Google has the ability to help Android device owners find their phone, too.
Self-driving robots are now taking over university campuses. Is this the way Skynet takes over?
Digital streaming services are leading the charge when it comes to music consumption these days, but that doesn’t mean that some folks out there don’t want something a bit more physical in their lives.