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Wearables on the Factory Floor: JIT in the Information Economy

Advanced manufacturing and supply chain logistics today are actively proving concepts only recently made possible by smartglasses and connected technologies that connect their frontline workforce to data that helps them work faster and minimize errors. Boeing, UPS, and other advanced facilities are empowering human workers to operate more effectively in tandem with connected devices and…

Interapt’s Top Ten Tech Moment’s April 11th- April 15th

Flexible Screens To Hit The Wearable Tech This Year Zachary Walton, WT VOX Conform to a recent article published in the ETNews, a Korean IT news site, it seems that after investingone billion in flexible OLED screens back in 2015, LG has started the mass-producing of the foldable screens. The news continues with LG’s decision…

Interapt’s Top Ten Tech Moment’s March 28th- April 1st

Are you getting HD Netflix? A crazy number of devices still don’t support 1080p Ted Kritsonis, Digital Trends You’d think that, with a fast enough Internet connection, watching Netflix in HD – or even 4K Ultra HD — would be a foregone conclusion, but did you know there’s a whole host of devices that can’t…

Key Announcements from the March 2016 Apple Event

If you hadn’t heard (let’s face it, you probably have), yesterday Apple hosted an event to announce new additions to their iPhone and iPad product lines, along with updates to several other Apple projects.  While some (let’s face it, most) viewers seemed to think that this Apple Event was kinda boring, we put together this…

Interapt’s Top Fifteen Tech Moment’s March 14th-March 25th

Sony’s futuristic Concept N headphones don’t touch your ears Nick Statt, The Verge Sony’s newly formed R&D outfit, Future Lab, is here at SXSW to show off its first concept prototype: a pair of headphones worn around the neck that direct audio upwards so only you can hear it. Codenamed Concept N, the Bluetooth device…

Interapt’s Top Ten Tech Moment’s March 7th- March 11th

Adoption of Health Apps, Wearable Devices Grows Nathan Eddy, EWeek The number of U.S. consumers using wearables and mobile apps for managing their health has doubled from 16 percent in 2014 to 33 percent today.The findings are part of a seven-country Accenture survey of roughly 8,000 consumers, including 2,225 in the United States.The majority of…

Interapt’s Top Ten Tech Moments February 22nd- February 26th

FCC PROPOSAL WOULD LET YOU GET CABLE THROUGH APPLE, GOOGLE, AMAZON, AND ANDROID Jenna Busch, Nerdist  This week, the Federal Communications Commission ruled that you can get your cable through devices besides your company’s cable box. The ruling means that instead of having to rent the box from, say, Time Warner or ATT Uverse, you…

Interapt’s Top Ten Tech Moments February 29th- March 4th

Raspberry Pi 3 Launches — 50% Faster, With Wi-Fi, Bluetooth And An Eye On IoT Natasha Lomas, TechCrunch  A major new Raspberry Pi microprocessor has been announced today: the Pi 3 Model B board becomes the new top-of-the-line Pi, with a 64bit 1.2GHz quad-core chipset and 1GB RAM it’s being slated to offer a 50…

Interapt’s Top Ten Tech Moments February 15th- February 19th

Hulu launches universal Windows 10 app with Cortana support for smartphones, tablets, and PCs   Emil Protalinski, Venture Beat Hulu recently launched a universal Windows 10 app for smartphones, tablets, and PCs, with support for Cortana and Live Tiles. You can download the new version now from the Windows Store   ‘5D’ discs can store…

Interapt’s Top Ten Tech Moments February 8th- February 12th

This robot cockroach could eventually help search-and-rescue teams Lizzie Plaugic, The Verge  The sight of a cockroach on the run may strike fear into your heart, but what if it were running to save you? That’s what researchers at UC Berkeley had in mind when they designed CRAM, a robot prototype that looks just like…