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Posts Tagged ‘New Technology’

Lip Reading Technology May One Day Replace Traditional Typed Passwords

There’s a new technology being developed by researchers at Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) that stands to be a game-changer. Dubbed “lip password,” the new tech utilizes machine learning to recognize lip motion, shape and texture for each user when ...

Concerns Over SmartHome Eavesdropping Have People Worried

With all its potential, the Internet of Things has problems. The single biggest one of these relates to privacy. This came into sharp focus last year when a smart TV producer revealed ...

Nokia Phones Might Be Back With New Smart Devices

Remember back in the early 2000’s when Nokia was the king of the cellphone market? Well, if you’re feeling nostalgic for those days, there’s (potentially) good news on the horizon. At a ...

New Memory That Acts As Processor Could Speed Up Devices

ReRAM is coming to a computer manufacturer near you, and soon. If you haven’t heard of this technology yet, you’re not alone, but it is one of the most exciting developments in ...

Amazon Echo Data Called Upon In Criminal Case

Privacy has been on the endangered species list for a while now, but the growing number of smart devices in people’s homes is putting an increasing amount of pressure on what little ...

Google Creates New Operating System For Internet of Things

Google is about to change the game where the Internet of Things (IoT) is concerned. Recently, the company announced the release of Android Things, an operating system specifically designed for internet objects. ...

Newest Version Bluetooth 5 Is Currently Available

It’s official – Bluetooth 5 is out, and that means good things for the Internet of Things. The new version brings lots of changes and improvements, but there are two that are ...

Are Phone Calls Coming To Airlines Through WiFi?

The FCC is mulling over some new rules that could add a wrinkle to any travel plans you might be making. The new rule would require that airlines inform customers up front, ...

Latest Chrome Update Prefers HTML5 to Flash

Chrome 55 has officially been released, and with its roll-out, the aging, security-ridden Flash Player takes another step closer to the dust bin of history. The internet unquestionably benefited greatly from Flash ...

Faster Wi-Fi Coming Soon With New WiGig Standard

It’s amazing how pervasive WiFi has become. These days, it’s hard to imagine life without it. The internet is everywhere. It’s always on, and you’re always connected. Unfortunately, as speeds have improved ...