The tech project is a part of Samsung’s on-going global branding campaign, the Launching People initiative, aimed to create innovation that contributes to peoples’ lives and the community in a broader perspective.
GE, the USA tech powerhouse, is rolling out a new effort, where it looks at its business through the eyes of kids—the younger members of its employees’ families.
The mobile app aptly called Paper will deliver constantly updating text/video/photo content in a bite-size fashion through a minimalistic distraction-free full-screen layout.
The collection includes four different styles that would fit fashion tastes and face features of virtually any Google Glass wearer.
To try the technology, customers may come up to a special Wink & Smile Booth installed at several locations across Tokyo starting February 1-8.
Pernod Ricard has taken the at-home mixology experience to new heights by introducing Project Gutenberg, a digitally connected and beautifully designed library of sprits.
Leveraging the success of its 2012’s Australian Chrome experiment, Google how launches a full-scale platform allowing people to construct Lego buildings in any spot of the planet.
The device also calculates how may days the user has added to life expectancy by quitting regular cigarettes.