Monthly Archives: September 2014

SITA survey reveals passengers ready for wearable technology. #WearableTech

SITA survey reveals passengers ready for wearable technology
Airport Technology
A survey carried out by SITA has revealed that 77% of passengers are comfortable with airport or airline staff using wearable technology, such as smartwatches or glass. The SITA/Air Transport World Passenger Survey surveyed passengers travelling

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UR researcher on short list for Nobel winners. #ePaper

UR researcher on short list for Nobel winners
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Tang and Steven Van Slyke, who today is chief technology officer at California OLED printing start-up firm Kateeva, jointly wrote a paper on their invention in 1987. They did their pioneering work while working at Kodak. And Kodak's EasyShare LS633

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Wearable technology and health apps: our future healthcare, coming soon. #WearableTech

Wearable technology and health apps: our future healthcare, coming soon
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Aside from apps, 2014 has undoubtedly been the year of wearable technology. These include fitness band trackers containing sensors that track your heartbeat, how many calories you've burned, how many steps you've taken and so on. Popular devices …

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SITA survey finds passengers ready for wearable technology. #WearableTech

SITA survey finds passengers ready for wearable technology
Airport World Online
Passengers have no problem with airline or airport staff using wearable technology, such as smartwatches and glass innovations like Google Glass, a SITA survey has found. The SITA/Air Transport World Passenger Survey discovered nearly 77% of the 6,277 …

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Let there be (OLED) light: Startup sees bright future in organic diodes. #OLED

Let there be (OLED) light: Startup sees bright future in organic diodes
Financial Post
OLED displays are already a multi-billion dollar market, but their use in lighting is just coming into play. If manufacturing costs come down and the technology develops, panels of OLED lighting could be used as a building material, doing away with the

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Statistics – What #eReader is the most Desirable for the Holidays? #ePaper

Statistics – What e-Reader is the most Desirable for the Holidays?
Good E-Reader (blog)
The march to the holiday season is upon us and e-reader companies have all revealed their complete product lineup. There is a ton of different models to choose from and sometimes it may be difficult to make an informed buying decision. We ran a poll on …

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Wearable technology: A secure approach to business. #WearableTech

Wearable technology: A secure approach to business
SC Magazine UK
The age of wearable technology is here. The tech-giants have made a big push in wearable items – from technologically advanced watches with integrated mobile phones, to smart glasses that have the ability to record what we see in day-to-day life. So

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OLED inventors tipped for Nobel Prize. #OLED

OLED inventors tipped for Nobel Prize
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Van Slyke is CTO of Kateeva, the Californian firm that recently announced it is poised to bring inkjet printing of large OLED sheets to the mass market. Other nominees include chemists who have developed mesoporous nanomaterials – which could be

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