Will the streetlight of the future contain cameras, charging stations, speakers and sensors to detect gunshots? Yes, if the new Smart Node, now being piloted at a site on Wilshire Boulevard, passes the test.
A massive new neighborhood in London is under construction that is being anchored by Apple and the new U.S. Embassy. But it has locals asking, what exactly will it do for London? The story starts at a famous landmark in the British capital: Battersea Power Station.
DnA talks to Jarett Kobek, author of “”I Hate the Internet,” about tech’s role in dismantling community, creating a president and the shock of finding an audience hungry for an assault on the most game-changing invention of our time.
Last week, teenage self-taught engineer Kai Kloepfer unveiled his creation: the world’s first working smart gun – a firearm that unlocks like an iPhone, detecting the owner via fingerprint recognition.
As humankind searches for bigger and better thrills, roller coasters have become among the most popular options. Unlike auto racing, mountaineering and surfing enormous waves in shark-infested waters, hurtling down a…
DnA goes to CES for the first time and meets Girl Scouts, takes a (skeptical) tour of the Internet of Things, and considers sustainability as well as the convergence of art and technology with Adrian Grenier and others in the Dell space.