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Wantad: a Kiwi developed app

Wantad: a Kiwi developed app It's a live wallpaper that gets smarter the more you use it.Ana Lyubich, co-founder and director of Wellington-based Ad Cloud Company Ltd, believes Wantad puts the dead space to work.

U.S. Army wants to keep you alert at the wheel by reading your brain waves

U.S. Army wants to keep you alert at the wheel by reading your brain waves Well, forget about cranking loud music, drinking convenience store coffee, and keeping your windows rolled down, because the United States Army has an alternative solution: reading your brain waves.“Since EEG signals directly measure the brain activities, theoretically EEG based approaches should be more reliable [than other solutions],” co-author Dr.

Can police compel a building full of people to apply their fingerprints to unlock phones?

Can police compel a building full of people to apply their fingerprints to unlock phones? The warrant, executed by federal officials, compelled folks in a Lancaster, California building to apply their fingerprints in order to unlock phones the police believed contained evidence of a crime.Fast forward to 2017, when the government submitted a similar warrant application to an Illinois federal court as part of a child pornography investigation.

McDonald's Enters 21st Century, Tests Mobile App Ordering

McDonald's Enters 21st Century, Tests Mobile App Ordering The fast-food restaurant is making good on its high-tech promises: 29 locations in California began accepting mobile orders and payments on Wednesday.Starbucks, for example, pissed off a lot of caffeine-deprived customers in January when an excess of mobile orders created backlogs that the staff couldn’t process fast enough.

Smartgolf’s new gadget is perfect for ‘that guy’ who practices his swing at the office

Smartgolf’s new gadget is perfect for ‘that guy’ who practices his swing at the office Enter SmartGolf and its product built to accommodate anyone’s busy schedule.All anyone needs to use the product is the club itself and a smart device like a computer or phone.

Samsung patent hints at Gear smartwatch with display around the bezel

Samsung patent hints at Gear smartwatch with display around the bezel A patent application filed by Samsung that surfaced last week, retrieved by Patently Mobile, shows a watch with a secondary display running along the side of the body.The screen occupies space along the bezel that is typically used as a rotating dial on Gear smartwatches for quickly changing apps and other functions.