A Carnegie Mellon project could make it easier for people to interact with tiny smartwatch screens. October 13, 2014 at 08:04PM
Technology makes what was once impossible possible. Design makes it real.
Fleksy - Happy Typing!
This is amazing, gonna download & try it out myself!
Spritz Reinvents Reading on Mobile Devices, One Word at a Time -- BARCELONA, Spain, Feb. 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
BARCELONA, Spain, Feb. 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Spritz Reinvents Reading on Mobile Devices, One Word at a Time. Spritz’s Text Streaming Technology Enables Easy Reading in a Format Optimized for Small Screens
Technology Launching Exclusively on Samsung GALAXY S5 and Gear 2 at MWC.
So many major technology companies have big bust-ups in their history. Why can’t tech execs just get along?
A simmering battle between two tech giants has boiled over into a an all-out war. As Microsoft tries to regain territory in mobile, maps, and on the web browser, Google is shutting out Microsoft’s…
As the speed of chips and the size of screens move into the background, design is becoming part of mainstream discussions about gadgets.
WiSee uses WiFi signals to detect gestures from anywhere in your house
More and more interactive products are being returned. In 2002, 48% of all returned products were technically fully functional but were rejected for failing to satisfy user needs (28%) or purely due to users’ remorse (20%). Even though a product may have all the features one can hope for, complexity and bad user experience can prevent users from integrating it into their lives.User experiences are subjective and dynamic, but by and large, interactive products are not designed to take people’s changing capacity and experience into account. But they could.
I’m not a cash type of person, I use my card for almost everything and so I can’t reward top service with a tip, until now. Dipjar is a new project designed to take the convenience of cards and combine it with the courtesy of tipping. It’s as simple as a cash tip jar but with the technology to accept and pass along tips left with credit and debit cards.
Heres how it works, once in hand, companies plug the DipJar into a power outlet to start accepting tips. Once the DipJar is on the countertop, customers can start dipping their cards into Dipjar and the system does the rest.