Microsoft releases dedicated Windows 10 kit for Raspberry Pi 2

Microsoft’s comments about the Raspberry Pi have always been positive with the tech giant promising to release a free, IoT-focused version of Windows 10 for the mini-computer earlier this year. Now, Microsoft has actually released a dedicated kit that will make it easy to run the IoT edition of...

Apple’s “Hey Siri” event: Everything that Apple announced

Apple’s annual September event, also known as the ‘Hey Siri’ event this year, has come and went with Apple announcing quite a few things. Many of them were already circulating in rumors so you will not be too surprised if you have been keeping up with the more dedicated...

Samsung reveals round smartwatches Gear S2 and S2 Classic

Samsung has just officially revealed its much-anticipated circular smartwatch, the Gear S2. The company had previously teased the wearable device in multiple events, such as the fashion-focused one in August. The rumor mill was also justified again as the smartwatch will come in two editions. The Gear S2 and Gear S2...

Researchers use “anonymous phone data” to predict disease outbreaks

A team of researchers from the universities of Princeton and Harvard have just presented a new case study that saw them analyzing the phone call records of 15 million users in Kenya in order to try and predict outbreaks of infectious diseases such as rubella and German measles. The...

IBM’s Watson can assess your personality via your writing

IBM’s Watson is one busy computer. After beating former Jeopardy winners, helping with medical research and creating cool and weird recipes, Watson can now also analyze your writing and assess your personality based on the text. I am talking, of course, about the supercomputer’s new Personality Insights service which anyone...

First FAA-approved drone delivers medicine in rural Virginia

Despite what many think, the FAA does not believe drones are the spawn of Satan. The fact is that the aviation agency is right to think that drones are dangerous as witnessed by the number of recorded incidents already. And even though their regulation process is slower than what...

Microsoft wants HoloLens to be used in academia, promises $100,000 to worthy proposals

Microsoft is not exactly ready to release HoloLens into the wild just yet but the company is certainly investing plenty of hours, money and team members into the development of its Augmented Reality tech. The device has a lot of potential and Microsoft really wants people to use it,...

Nike and Google Cardboard put you in the shoes of Neymar

The many uses of virtual reality are still undiscovered but at least one company is ready to use the tech in advertising. More specifically, Nike has teamed up with Brazilian soccer star Neymar Jr. for a virtual reality video that shows us the future. The video can be watched...

Sony launches Kickstarter-like platform for new gadgets

Sony is no strange to crowdsourcing as the company has previously tested the crowdfunding waters with a smart lock and an e-ink wearable device in the past. And now, the Tokyo-based company is launching a crowdfunding platform of its own called ‘First Flight’. According to Sony, First Flight will allow...

Google X reveals health-tracking wristband for patients

Google X, arguably the most interesting division of the tech company, has just revealed a new health-tracking wristband that is aimed at patients and clinical trials. The device will not be made available to the general public but will instead be applied in clinical research and medical treatments so...

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