Tag Archives: Internet of Things

Mirror, mirror, will you order this dress in black, and charge it to my card?

Jay MacDonald

The dressing room of the future is here, and it has smart mirrors designed to make it easier to slip into haute couture mode without those time-consuming side trips to the accessories wall – or the checkout counter. From Sept. 23…
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Your grandma and the ‘Internet of Payments’ might soon become BFFs

Taylor Tompkins

My nana is no stranger to computers. She has a laptop at home that she uses to surf the internet. She works on a computer all day at her job in a school district, and she keeps up with her…
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Trump Dash Button speeds donations to ACLU

Jay MacDonald

While it didn’t take long for a socially aware techno-cat to cook up an ingenious response to the sometimes ALL CAPS feeds from America’s Tweeter-in-Chief, nobody saw the Trump rage button coming. Credit that mic-drop moment to Nathan Pryor, a…
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Techy IoT Malibu rum bottle will drive you to drink

Jay MacDonald

In the “Internet of things” (or IoT) world, every problem, however slight, is just one technological connection away from a solution. Our refrigerators remotely take inventory and purchase their own contents online. Our home security systems text us with updates…
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