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Cars that park themselves can not only make parking mishaps a thing of the past, but they could also make maximum use of lot space. But the auto space isn't the only area where autonomous technology has potential, as recently seen in Nissan's self-parking slippers. Now Volvo has demonstrated a yacht that can dock itself... Continue Reading Volvo floats self-docking yacht technology Catego
Facial recognition technology is not coming … it's already here. 2018 is fast becoming the year that facial recognition technology finally hits the mainstream with a constant torrent of stories revealing the growing use of these systems by law enforcement agencies around the world. A resident of Cardiff in the UK is now questioning whether the technology violates privacy rights by s
PLP hopes that a new system will liberate skyscraper design, which it claims is limited by the rigidity of classic elevators. The post will sky pod – the alternative elevator technology – change the skyline of tomorrow? appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Camera bag manufacturer Lowepro has launched the FreeLine BP 350 AW, an all new camera backpack for mirrorless and DSLR kits that features the all-new QuickShelf technology.On the outside, the bag doesn't appear much different than Lowepro's other offerings. The bag is constructed of a 'high-grade Carbonate Coated Nylon 66 exterior' with 'weather proof YKK zippers and robust exterior attachments
Bedtime stories are experiencing a boom in popularity among UK families, thanks to gadgets such as tablets and iPads according to new research. A survey of 1,009 British parents carried out by gadgets and technology e-tailer,, found that 69% of UK families have used gadgets and technology for bedtime stories with their children. When quizzed on which gadget
The results from a recent study entitled ‘Smart Home Shopper’ reveal that more than half of Brits have purchased smart technology for their homes – but many have little idea how to use it.   The research, published by field marketing agency Gekko, found that 56 percent of adults have bought the latest must-have smart home tech, including WiFi controlled security
two years after apple had launched the apple II computer, computer store operators were probably the most clued up when it came to their growing impact on society. The post 1979 sellers of the original apple II accurately predict the future of technology appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Albania's Tirana Pyramid is a building with an interesting past. Opening in 1988 as a museum honoring the country's former communist leader Enver Hoxha, it was subsequently used as a temporary NATO base, a nightclub, and more, after the fall of communism. Following a period of disrepair, it will now be turned into a technology education center for young people by Dutch firm MVRDV. ..
Ted Forbes with The Art of Photography recently sat down with Kevin Raber of The Luminous Landscape at a recent Sony event to discuss photography. The discussion covers a wide range of topics. When you put two great photographic minds together at a table, you know that'll be an interesting talk. Early on, Raber brings up mirrorless technology and innovation. Raber argues that with mirrorles
Earlier this year, IR founder and publisher Dave Etchells and senior editor William Brawley attended the CP+ tradeshow in Japan, where they were fortunate to be able to meet with executives from many of the most significant companies in the imaging industry. As we work our way through a backlog of transcription and editing, our interview series continues with a visit to the booth of Sony Corp. 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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