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It was back in 2012 that we first heard about the ICEdot Crash Sensor, a bicycle helmet-mounted device that detected when the rider had crashed, and responded by summoning help. ICEdot was acquired last year by Specialized, and a new-and-improved version of the technology is now featured in Spec's ANGi line of helmets... Continue Reading Specialized ANGi bike helmet tech calls for help whe
Just under two in five (39%) workers in tech firms are depressed, according to a new survey by Blind, an anonymous social network for professionals. It found that Amazon had […] The post Two in five tech workers are depressed, claims survey. Amazon workers top list appeared first on ShinyShiny.
WORDS: IVY SCARLETT, @loveivyscarlett With just a few weeks to go, we’ve made searching for the perfect Christmas gift that little bit easier. Combining technology and fashion we’ve sourced a selection […] The post Christmas Gift Guide – Wearable tech and stylish gadgets appeared first on ShinyShiny.
What do you do when you've got a crack team of F1 engineering experts with time on their hands, as well as dream-level facilities for aerodynamics, carbon composites, electrification and low-volume manufacturing? All sorts of things, as it turns out. We spoke to WAE Technical Director Paul McNamara... Continue Reading Formula One guns for hire: Williams Advanced Engineering offers F1 tech
The Lincoln Aviator has debuted at the Los Angeles Auto Show as a new midsize luxury sport utility slotting underneath the larger Navigator as a three-row SUV. Based on the Ford Explorer's platform, the Aviator includes high technology and a hybrid variant that brings some interesting speculations... Continue Reading Lincoln sends the Aviator SUV soaring with hybrid tech Category: Automot
Despite best efforts, studies show that 80% of New Year’s resolutions fail by February. Whether you want to get fit and lose weight, be more organised or simply look after […] The post Tech that will help keep you on track with your 2019 New Year’s Resolutions  appeared first on ShinyShiny.
In recent years, a brain-computer interface (BCI) developed by the US BrainGate consortium has allowed people to control a robotic arm and to type, using only their thoughts. Now, a group of paralyzed volunteers has utilized the technology to perform various functions on a tablet... Continue Reading BrainGate tech lets paralyzed volunteers control a tablet via their thoughts Category: Sci
We live in a connected world. We can use our smartphones to control all sorts of gadgets and appliances around the home – from controlling lighting to remotely feeding the pooch. But what of your "dumb" tech? You can break out the multitool and soldering iron for some homebrew hacking, but the latest project from the Frolic Studio could offer an easier way to teach your old gadgets new tri
Late last year, high-end audio brand McIntosh revealed a new flagship loudspeaker, the XRT2.1.K. At 7 ft tall and with a total of 81 drivers, you'd expect only well-heeled music lovers would be able to afford such audio luxury... and you'd be right. A pair comes in at US$130,000. Now the company has announced a slightly less powerful version that's also less than half the price... Continue
Vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2X) communication will form one of the pillars of the self-driving car revolution, but it could offer benefits to human drivers in the interim. Part of a UK£20 million collaborative research project Jaguar Land Rover is participating in, the "Green Light Optimal Speed Advisory" system, or GLOSA, is designed to help drivers get green lights wherever they go and i is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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