Source: OS Opinion
Applied Digital Solutions last year rolled out a line of wearable wireless safety devices under the trademark "Digital Angel," which can monitor temperature and pulse as well as location-sensitive information.
This Webcast is specially designed to introduce developers to IBM WebSphere Site Analyzer. This tool provides Web traffic measurement functions, allowing the user to gauge traffic volume and usage patterns (hits, page views, visits), to identify traffic sources (domains, subdomains, referrers) and to manage site integrity (link verification, site summary). The Webcast covers both current Site Analyzer technology and future plans, interleaved with a product demonstration.
Source: The Register UK
reaper: This 16-year-old student needs some sort of Technology inventers award I think for development, I need one of these great gloves or if they come in pairs, ill take that
A 16-year-old student from Wales is looking for funding to develop a wearable mouse device. The "Mouse Glove" was developed by Tobias Patterson-Jones, who is currently studying at Coleg Powys, Brecon.
Source: The Guardian
Toshiba is targeting newcomers to the PocketPC market with the e330, which has just gone on sale for £349 including VAT. While the e310 sits at the bottom of Toshiba's range, the e330 offers a 300MHz Intel XScale (Arm-compatible) processor instead of 206MHz, and 64 instead of 32 megabytes of memory. And while PocketPC devices have traditionally been bigger than rival Palm handhelds, the e330 comes very close to Palm's top-of-the-range m515, which has 16MB of memory.