Drones have yet to crack the mainstream, and one reason is that they're difficult to fly (i.e., keep from crashing spectacularly into the ground). That's where Skydio is looking to change the game. The startup just announced its first consumer drone, the Skydio R1, is now available. This isn't just another
From thermometers to charts to apps to complicated maths, for women, tracking their cycle to work out when best to conceive, and when to avoid conceiving, is nothing new. And now, thanks to the rise in tech designed to make fertility tracking at home easier and more accurate than ever,
This is a story about you and the cells hard at work within you!
SANTA MONICA, CA (January 18, 2018) – Aniplex Inc. announced today that they will be developing the manga series about anthropomorphized cells within the human body, Cells at Work!, into a TV anime series. Aniplex of America
Smart speakers are big business, with about 39 million Americans now owning one according to a recent poll undertaken by US radio syndicator NPR and Edison research. That roughly translates as 16% of all Americans, one in six. That’s a 128% increase in the numbers from January 2017. While that rate
Above: The Fitbit Ionic, which uses another form of glucose-monitoring tech. We've long been used to hearing stories about massive companies like Apple and Google acquiring or investing in startups to further their own technology, but in a surprising move, Fitbit has now invested in the blood sugar-monitoring startup Sano.
If you're planning to give up smoking, you may soon find you'll be able to use your smartwatch to monitor your daily intake through a service called SmokeBeat. The service believes it can use your hand-to-mouth gestures using the sensors built into your smartwatche and feeds it back into a
Convertible and detachable 2-in-1 laptops may have been around for only a handful of years now, but pretty much everyone has taken a liking to them. These tablets-that-double-as-laptops aren’t as limited in functionality as iPads and Android slates, but they’re far better travelers than traditional notebook computers, like the