Posted By Simon Montford on Dec 5 2014
Like the Chinese, the Brits love a good cuppa tea. Well this Bluetooth-enabled kettle comes with an Android and iOS app that lets you adjust the setting and customize the brewing process to your heart's content.
Posted By Simon Montford on Nov 21, 2014
Oh my those Finns have been busy! After smashing their campaign goal of $380,000 Jolla, founded by ex-Nokia employees, has since raised in excess of $1m on Indiegogo with another 19 days to go! The previously released Sailfish-powered smartphone received good reviews, although the OS still needs a lot of work.
Posted By Simon Montford on Nov 8, 2014
The Keen Home Smart Vent, is a smart home air vent that promises to enhance the efficiency of the central HVAC airflow. The company has raised $1.52 million and hopes to have their product available to purchase by Spring 2015.
Posted By Simon Montford on Oct 16, 2014
We can't wait for voice-activated home gadgets! Check out Litehouse.io and let us know what you think. Is voice the best way to interact with connected devices or do you prefer alternative methods such as touch or motion?
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Posted By Simon Montford on Oct 7, 2014
Neo smartpen N2 is designed to write like a conventional pen. Every detail focuses on delivering a seamless transition from your previous experience with a traditional pen. Discover the ideas behind Neo smartpen N2's design.
Posted By Simon Montford on Oct 4, 2014
According to IBM 6.5 billion people live and work in buildings, 70% of all electricity in the US is consumed by buildings and 50% is wasted! Commercial buildings waste 50% of water and by 2025 buildings will be the largest emitters of green house gasses. Sensors installed throughout buildings will be able to monitor motion, temperature, lighting, humidity, precipitation and occupancy. These sensors will enable operators to control space availability, energy consumed and the influence on the building by external factors such as weather and traffic congestion.
Posted By Simon Montford on Sept 26, 2014
Today most things found in offices are 'dumb', we're referring to things not people, you understand, will increasingly become 'smarter'. Here is a list of smart objects that are likely to appear in offices throughout the world within the next few years.
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