People who’ve changed their shopping, banking and payment behaviors after getting a smartphone — dubbed “smartphonatics” — are changing the way we work, play and manage our money.
But are the devices themselves making us less civilized?
What if parking sensors on the street knew exactly which parking spots were available? What if that information could be sent directly to you helping you find a parking space? Get ready, cause that technology is here!
Swiss researchers say new technology that interacts with smartphones could revolutionize the treatment of heart patients.
The device in question consists of four electrode sensors attached to the skin and linked to a radio module and computer chip that clips onto a patient’s belt. Data from the device is sent to a smartphone and can be viewed in real-time for up to 150 hours on a single charge. An
If you have checked your Facebook account in the last couple of days, then you know that everyone and their dog is up in arms about the evil intentions of the Facebook Phonebook. If you have somehow managed to avoid the warnings that have been flying around everyone's newsfeeds, then here is a sample of what you've missed:
2010 may well go down in history as THE year for mobile progress. Take a look at these statistics from MobileFuture.org, then tell me how mobile has changed your life this year.
Massive increase in apps downloaded:
- FIVE BILLION apps downloaded - up from 300 million in 2009
Whopping expansion of location-based services
- FIVE MILLION Foursquare users -- up from 200,000 users in 2009