If you listen to the the digital prophets, the future is all about wearable computers and smart clothing and, uh, internet-connected kettles. That might be true by the time the robots have taken over, but right now, most 3-D printed dresses or wearable technology is part marketing start, part terrible abomination that should never have left a lab.
In case you can't tell, I'm a little skeptical about anything that claims to be smart clothing.
A prototype of WristQue, a wearable sensor for connecting to smart building controls. (Credit: Martin LaMonica/CNET) CAMBRIDGE, Mass.--An MIT Media Lab project called WristQue offers a way to interact with smart buildings and comput...
In today’s connected world, you’d be hard pressed to find a population (disregarding technophobes and lost tribes) who actively shun activities that are digitally mediated. Unfortunately for those who do... Keep reading ?
The 2014 Consumer Electronics Show gets underway this week with small, wearable computers, innovative robotics and smart devices. Sumi Das previews some of the newest tech.
It turns out our future robot overlords love watching cats on the Internet, too. Google used 16,000 computer processors to create an artificial brain, connected it to the Internet, and fed it random images from 10 million YouTube vi...