New technology by a blind software developer at Microsoft could improve lives
On-flight hotel suites, pimped out bikes, and the visual effects of climate change on cities.
Muzik headphones let the wearer easily tweet or post to Facebook and the built-in accelerometer means they stop playing when they’re taken off.
Pervasive gaming guru Kevin Slavin, discusses how smart technology is humanizing our possessions and making us depend on them in a very personal way.
Stats show that three in four asthma sufferers do not use their inhaler effectively, a new device educates patients as they use it.
Connected appliances are generating a mass of passive data that is just waiting to be harvested by government institutions.
Smart technology measures the pressure applied when users sit down using a set of 360 sensors.
This self-programming gadget learns when and how to cool or heat your home, but it might not save you as much as you'd hope.