Less than a month after Fitbit unveiled its "smart fitness watch" at CES 2016, the company is announcing a new wearable — the Alta. And while many — including Wall Street — were quick to dismiss Fitbit's smart watch as an unattractive...Show More Summary
It will be difficult to recognize our most advanced cities — after all, there will be neither wrecking balls nor cement mixers crowding the urban streets. However, AT&T (NYSE:T) and other companies behind the Internet of Things are making American cities a lot smarter. Recently, AT&T launched an initiative to further facilitate the transition — […]
Energy infrastructure, street lighting, security services, health outcomes, and more will receive a technological overhaul for Denver’s Peña Station NEXT project.”[The] smart-city experiment known as the Fujisawa Sustainable Smart Town is coming to Denver from Japan,” reports Tamara Chuang. Show More Summary
Ford is piloting its mobility-as-a-service program on the streets of London (think: Amazon Prime for urban transportation). 3p economic correspondent Bill Roth spoke with project manager Alicia Agius to get the scoop.
Sleight is like Doug Liman’s Go crossed with Now You See Me, with a side of Chronicle. Smart, fun, and thrilling, JD Dillard‘s feature film debut will likely be a fast sale at Sundance as it provides some great high concept ideas at a micro budget. Show More Summary
Jan. 21--With planning for the SMART commuter train's extension into Larkspur underway, the San Rafael council and community was told it will include realignment of Francisco Boulevard West, and partial to complete relocation of the San Rafael
At the recent panel discussion at 2016 CES called Beyond Smart Cities: The Future of Urban Mobility (video), panelists discussed what a shame it would be if we went around cities replacing dumb incandescent street lights with dumb LED street lights. Show More Summary
Americans still buy huge and smartly growing quantities of goods. But more and more of them come from abroad. The post About that American Shopping Revolution…. was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!
The market is saturated with wearable tech products but not all of them are fashionable. Mashable fashion reporter Noelle Sciacca tests the Vinaya ALTRUIS smart necklace on New York City's streets to see how it fares in the sartorial jungle. Read more... More about Mobile, Fashion, Necklace, Wearable Tech, and Gadgets
In another life, Roselyn Keo might have liked to work on Wall Street. “I’m smart enough, I know,” she told me, sitting in the immaculate white kitchen of her suburban home. She’s organized, she pointed out, and good at math, and there is little doubt she has an entrepreneurial streak.... More »
The 25th is still a few days away, but it’s already feeling a bit like Christmas morning. Or rather, it will, if this latest rumor pans out. According to The Wall Street Journal, Google is preparing to launch a completely new "smart" messaging app, one can finally stand toe-to-toe against rivals like Facebook Messenger.
Google is working on a new "smart" messaging service that will be able automatically answer users' questions, sources with knowledge of the plans tell The Wall Street Journal's Alistair Barr. Although the report is sparse on concrete...Show More Summary
It's time to start looking forward to a new year and what it might bring. Business Insider reached out to a bunch of smart people on Wall Street to get their takes on what they'll be watching for in the market in 2016. One of those people is veteran trader Dan Nathan, editor of Risk Reversal. Show More Summary
California may soon allow more autonomous vehicles to cruise the state's roads — but only if the driverless cars have someone in the driver's seat. So far, self-driving cars have been permitted on public streets only in tests using trained operators. The Department of Motor Vehicles released draft...
These five courses offer eight hours of content each. You’ll dive into stretches of expert instruction about liquidity, asset management, the components of a 10k filing, and in the end you’ll completely master basic finance terminol...
Here's the good news: Seattle is done fighting over whether light rail is a smart idea or not. Voters like light rail. Our choked streets demand big investments in mass transit. Political leaders realize we can't welcome a million new residents to the region by 2040 without it. Show More Summary
A smart critique of the anticipated merger announcement from Dow Chemical (DOW) and DuPont (DD), by the Wall Street Journal’s Dennis Berman, finds fault with such mega intra-industry consolidations: “Cut costs. Rationalize,” Berman sums up. “But there is a mournful edge to the whole idea. It’s as if these two [...]
Every day we read articles describing how wireless sensor networks will drive change in cities all around the world, bringing connectivity to street furniture, vehicles, utility networks and so on… In particular numerous Smart City enthusiasts regularly praise low power The post Are fixed networks obsolete in the Smart City era? appeared first on diffraction analysis.
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Apparently some of you felt the cold rush of panic when "Smart Beta" came up in your client meeting.