Link: Google Wants You to Control Your Gadgets with Finger Gestures, Conductive Clothing

“New Google technology addresses the tiny screen problem by letting you control wearables with tiny gestures, or by touching your clothes.” Von Tom Simonite, MIT Technology Review > Weiter bei MIT Technology Review

Link: Your First Look at Oculus’ Adorable New Filmy-Gamey Thing

“Nearly six months ago, Oculus came to the Sundance Film Festival to announce its new “storytelling” division, Oculus Story Studio. They screened a compelling, Pixaresque short called Lost, and claimed that they were hard at work on five titles.” Von Peter Rubin, Wired > Weiter bei Wired

Link: “Startup Wants You to Capture the World in 3-D”

“Mantis Vision is developing 3-D scanning technology that could end up in lots of tablets.” Von Rachel Metz > Weiter bei MIT Technology Report

Link: “With Revenue Roaring, Twitter’s Advertising Team Is Untouched by Turmoil”

“Twitter‘s top executive ranks have been transformed in the last year, from its general counsel to, most recently, its chief financial officer. Many of the executives have left or been pushed out as Twitter’s chief executive, Dick Costolo, has brought in a new team to try to increase sluggish user growth at the social network. But in one very important area of the company — Twitter’s ad business — the leadership has remained relatively untouched.” Von Mike Isaac und Vindu Goel > Weiter bei The New York Times

“Samsung, Intel, Dell and others team up to help your gadgets talk to each other”

“There’s yet another tech industry group focused on the internet of things in town. Samsung has partnered with Atmel, Broadcom, Dell, Intel and Intel-owned Wind River to launch the Open Interconnect Consortium, an organization aiming to create engineering standards to help electronic devices ‘talk’ to one another — e.g. controlling your Samsung fridge from an Intel-powered smartphone.” Von Jon Russell > Weiter bei The Next Web

Link: “When Fitness Gadgets Declare Independence From Our Phones”

“Smartphones won’t always be the center of things.” Von Owen Thomas > Weiter bei ReadWrite

Link: “The Next Startup Craze: Food 2.0″

“Silicon Valley investors and startups are trying to improve our food. Do they bring anything to the table?” Von Ted Greenwald > Weiter bei MIT Technology Review

Link: “10 Breakthrough Technologies 2014″

“Technology news is full of incremental developments, but few of them are true milestones. Here we’re citing 10 that are. These advances from the past year all solve thorny problems or create powerful new ways of using technology. They are breakthroughs that will matter for years to come.” > Weiter bei MIT Technology Review

Link: “Virtual Reality Startups Look Back to the Future”

“Thirty years after the first wave of virtual reality, new startups are determined to take it mainstream.” Von Simon Parkin > Weiter bei MIT Technology Review

Link: “Artificial Organs May Finally Get a Blood Supply”

“Artificial tissue has always lacked a key ingredient: blood vessels. A new 3-D printing technique seems poised to change that.” Von Susan Young > Weiter bei MIT Technology Review

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