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LUMO BodyTech Nabs $5M Series A For Smartphone And Sensor Tech To Change Your Posture

An activity map of the whole zebrafish brain | Mo Costandi

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A new technique enables researchers to visualize the activity of nearly every cell in the larval zebrafish brainThe brain is greater than the sum of its parts. It consists of many billions of cells that connect to form intricate local circuits, which in turn form complex networks. Researchers can use...
An activity map of the whole zebrafish brain | Mo Costandi

Disrupt Alum Vocre Finally Brings Its Voice Translation App To Android

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If there was ever an issue that the folks behind the (Disrupt audience choice winning) mobile translation app Vocre needed to address, it’s that Vocre has only ever been available for iOS users. Fortunately for you Android-using non-polyglots out there, that’s all changed — Vocre has just pushed its voice...
Disrupt Alum Vocre Finally Brings Its Voice Translation App To Android
Apple Working On Auto-Zooming Content, iPhone Vibration Noise Suppression

AKKA Ski Retriever detects where you lost your skiing gear with waterproof Bluetooth tags

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AKKA wants you to find your snowsports gear, minus hours lost digging in the snow. Its Ski Retriever project, being pitched on Kickstarter, pairs a handheld 1-inch OLED display with multiple bluetooth tags, with audio and visual feedback delivered as you get closer to your lost property and visible...
AKKA Ski Retriever detects where you lost your skiing gear with waterproof Bluetooth tags

Chevrolet unveils TV spot touting Siri 'Eyes-Free' feature

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Chevrolet, the first automaker to bring Apple's Siri Eyes-Free feature to market, has debuted a new TV commercial that showcases the feature as an integral selling point for the forthcoming 2014 Chevy Sonic. The Sonic, the second production model with the feature behind the Spark, has an integrated steering-wheel button...
Chevrolet unveils TV spot touting Siri 'Eyes-Free' feature

6 things Apple needs to copy from the Microsoft Surface in iOS 7

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The Microsoft Surface is an easy target. It is Microsoft’s attempt to get into touch computing and it is easy to see it as a me-too iPad competitor. Microsoft is frankly just so uncool that their products get much greater scrutiny, and people delight at picking everything apart. But, the...
6 things Apple needs to copy from the Microsoft Surface in iOS 7

Get Quick Impressions of Your Latest Product Iteration with Concept Feedback

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For most startups in the early-stages of development, much of the building process includes repetitions of prototyping, testing, receiving feedback and iterating the product several times over. The toughest part of this process isn't building or making changes, it's getting that valuable feedback on where your product could be improved....
Get Quick Impressions of Your Latest Product Iteration with Concept Feedback

Your mobile design is pretty, but is it touch friendly? Plunk lets you find out

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It’s clear now that design is a big part of the mobile experience — heck, we dedicated an entire conference to the topic — but it’s still difficult for developers to balance touch functionality with an attractive interface. Plunk, a new app from the design firm Zurb launching today,...
Your mobile design is pretty, but is it touch friendly? Plunk lets you find out

DIY Electronic Wire Stripper Gives Visual Feedback

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This clever DIY wire stripper turns the razor blades into a circuit–the moment you slice through the protective sheath of the wire you’re cutting you get a visual indicator that the wire is ready to be rotated. It’s a rather ingenious design; assuming you cut slowly you’ll never risk over...
DIY Electronic Wire Stripper Gives Visual Feedback
Kinect-powered LightGuide prototype trains your muscle movements with projected light

Cartoon: Affection of Displays

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The outrage a few weeks ago over the Etch A Sketch scandal (what to call it? "Shake-and-gate"?) was bad news for Republican front-runner Mitt Romney. But it was good news for one of my favorite toys of all time: Etch A Sketch is apparently having a big resurgence. Which brings...
Cartoon: Affection of Displays
Apple's HDTV could include game-changing 3D imaging tech

Form some good habits with Chains.cc

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Chains.cc is a new iOS app from Siirre Transplants. It’s available now as a $0.99 download from the App Store. Chains.cc is a simple productivity tool aimed to boost motivation by following the “don’t break the chain” leverage technique supposedly favored by Jerry Seinfeld. The basic principle revolves around satisfying...
Form some good habits with Chains.cc

Beamz teams up with Virtual DJ on interactive music system, we go lasers-on (video)

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Beamz has been firing lasers in the name of limb-flailing performance for a few years. Today, it's announced it's working with popular music-mixing software Virtual DJ to provide the aural filling in its laser sandwich. The controller is the same four-beamed multi-button affair we've seen before, but now with...
Beamz teams up with Virtual DJ on interactive music system, we go lasers-on (video)

Focusrite launches Forte, 24-bit / 192kHz portable audio interface (video)

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If you like your audio interfaces with added "on-the-go," then the new Forte from Focusrite might be worthy of your attention. The two-input four-output device has two remote control preamps with 24-bit 192kHz analog / digital converters. If you are worried that the pocket-friendly form means less space for...
Focusrite launches Forte, 24-bit / 192kHz portable audio interface (video)

Fujitsu touch interface detects fingers on real objects, adds digital details to print

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Bringing touch interfaces to real-world objects often involves putting hardware either inside the item or in front of it, neither of which is especially natural. Fujitsu has developed a control system that could eliminate those obstructions and bring digital interaction to many surfaces, even to old-fashioned paper. Its multi-camera...
Fujitsu touch interface detects fingers on real objects, adds digital details to print
CSR goes downstream: Bright Funds launches charitable giving tool for businesses

OnStar gives Volt owners what they want: their data, in the cloud

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The Web services supporting OnStar's applications for the Chevy Volt were hacked by developer Mike Rosack to create Volt Stats. a site for owners to brag about their milage. Now, OnStar has given him a new, approved API. Photograph by General Motors You probably don't think of your car...
OnStar gives Volt owners what they want: their data, in the cloud

Apple's Virtual University Patent Finally Comes to Light

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On April 18, 2013, the US Patent & Trademark Office published a patent application from Apple that reveals the nuts and bolts behind Apple's Virtual University known as iTunes U. Apple's invention is about systems, methods, and computer program products for accessing e-learning courses from an online resource. Particular implementations...
Apple's Virtual University Patent Finally Comes to Light
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