Apple has announced their own in-vehicle infotainment system, being context-aware includes knowing about moods, and why for wearables context is king.
Fashion in the age of connected devices, the modish NFC ring, Google's modular smartphone efforts, home automation by 'reading your mind', the 9 big changes that drive the Internet of Things to $14.4 trillion, and behind-the-scenes Argus Labs move pictures.
Newsworthy this week in wearables, context and sentient computing: Samsung's Context, Recon's Jet, Project Tango and of course, our own product innovation adventures with Little Miss Robot.
Love in the Age of Big Data gets you optimalisation tips for your dating profile and better possible partner recommendations. Apple plans to infer your mood from the content you consume, Disney's MagicBand Data, why the Nabu is hot, and Gaming the Quantified Self.
Cisco says context is a disruption because it completely redefines the users’ experience and the way an IT system is built. Meanwhile Dell is researching mood sensing computers, Yahoo buys up a context-aware personal assistant, Intel Labs works on Quantified Self Sense-Making, and Apple is likely to add sleep detection to the iWatch.
This week in your news roundup for all things context, IoT and sentientness: MyFitnessPal's API Muscle, EU Data Law adoption shifted, Yahoo acquires Aviate and best-of Strata London. (And more.)
This week in Jini dev, we're working on the first insight reports, build upon the Jini Platform API. Curious? We've included a little preview. Then read up on Amazon's anticipatory shipping, the Moodies app which detects emotion in your voice, and research on just how much our Likes reveal.
Three cases of context you should know about: how Beats Music plans to take on Spotify with context-aware playlists that serve the right song at the right time, Google enters your home with Nest, and why context is elemental for wearables.
2013 has been very interesting for Argus Labs, and the context industry in general. We’ve all learned a thing or two, and I’d like to share some of our 2013 insights and our 2014 announcements.
What better way to start off the New Year than with featuring some gems of wearable tech announced at CES 2014? Meet Withing's Aura, the iOptik, the new Basic watch, LifeLogger and the SenseGiz STAR. Further, we have a look at Netflix's increasingly personal recommendations by using 76,897 'altgenres' and Microsoft's patent for context-aware emoticon sets.