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Sensors And Sensitivity

14532235303_66d9d00701_z The sensible trajectory of connected sensor technology is that the world around us gains the ability to perceive us, rather than wearables taking continuous measure of us to try to determine what’s going on in our environment. Read More

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Clime Sensors Are Tiny Tags That Tell You When Things Are Heating Up

Screen Shot 2014-07-09 at 11.16.09 AM Why do you need a tiny climate sensor? Who knows, but Clime is making them. These tiny sensors – shaped like little candies – can transmit the current temperature wirelessly to phones and other devices and will soon able to offer far more interesting data with the help of a tiny chip-based sensor array. Read More

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Samsung’s Galaxy S5 mini keeps the sensors but not the specs

Samsung has revealed the smaller-sized update to its latest flagship smartphone: the Galaxy S5 mini. While it’s often expected that the company will scrimp on sensors to save on price, the S5 mini includes many of the same features as it’s sibling,…

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With Multiple iWatch Designs And A Host Of Sensors, Apple Could Win Over Smartwatch Skeptics

iwatch Apple’s iWatch is almost certainly coming soon, according to a host of recent reports, and the latest from the Wall Street Journal is that it’ll be offered in a variety of designs and screen sizes, and be loaded with over ten sensors including those that track health and fitness. Apple plans to sell a lot of them – between 10 and 15 million before the year ends, according to… Read More

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With Multiple iWatch Designs And A Host Of Sensors, Apple Could Win Over Smartwatch Skeptics

iwatch Apple’s iWatch is almost certainly coming soon, according to a host of recent reports, and the latest from the Wall Street Journal is that it’ll be offered in a variety of designs and screen sizes, and be loaded with over ten sensors including those that track health and fitness. Apple plans to sell a lot of them – between 10 and 15 million before the year ends, according to… Read More

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The Next Fitbits Uncovered: Heart-Rate Sensors, GPS Info, Atmospheric Tracking, And Smartphone Notifications

Image (1) fitbitpic1.png for post 23181 The Fitbit product line is looking a little stale especially after the recall of the Fitbit Force. But that’s seemingly about to change with the addition of several upcoming, and upgraded, models including a fitness tracker with a heart rate sensor. Meet the Fitbit Surge, Fitbit Charge and the PurePulse. Read More

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The Next Fitbits Uncovered: Heart-Rate Sensors, GPS Info, Atmospheric Tracking, And Smartphone Notifications

Image (1) fitbitpic1.png for post 23181 The Fitbit product line is looking a little stale especially after the recall of the Fitbit Force. But that’s seemingly about to change with the addition of several upcoming, and upgraded, models including a fitness tracker with a heart rate sensor. Meet the Fitbit Surge, Fitbit Charge and the PurePulse. Read More

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Apple Working On New Environmental Sensors For Mobile Devices

iPhone-5s-upper-rear Apple potentially wants your next iPhone (or maybe an iWatch) to be able to detect humidity, atmospheric pressure and temperature data according to a couple of new patents spotted by AppleInsider today. One of the patents describes a sensor package that could detect temperature, pressure, humidity and sound and that features a partial opening for sound input, or that could use existing microphone… Read More

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Apple Working On New Environmental Sensors For Mobile Devices

iPhone-5s-upper-rear Apple potentially wants your next iPhone (or maybe an iWatch) to be able to detect humidity, atmospheric pressure and temperature data according to a couple of new patents spotted by AppleInsider today. One of the patents describes a sensor package that could detect temperature, pressure, humidity and sound and that features a partial opening for sound input, or that could use existing microphone… Read More

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Simplisafe Adds New Sensors, Services To Their DIY Home Security System

With competitors like Canary and Nest coming quickly behind, Simplisafe, a small, Boston-based security company, is pulling out the stops. After updating their software and mobile interface late last year they’ve updated their hardware and added a glass break sensor, one of the least expensive in the industry, to their arsenal of hardware. Read More

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