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  • Human Adds M7 Support And A Daily Timeline To Its Fitness App

    Human Adds M7 Support And A Daily Timeline To Its Fitness App

    Health tracking app Human just added a few new features to its latest update. First, the app now supports Apple's M7 fitness chipset if you have an iPhone 5s, while retaining compatibility with iPhone 4S and iPhone 5. The company also added a new daily summary to keep track of all your activities. Read More

  • Human Revamps Tracking System For Its Fitness Monitoring App

    Human Revamps Tracking System For Its Fitness Monitoring App

    Human is a slickly designed fitness tracking app that works without any hardware devices. You just launch the app, set it up and you’re all done. Launched in September, the app received its first major update. “First and foremost, the update is a massive upgrade to our tracking system,” co-founder and CEO Renato Vald├ęs Olmos told me. “Apart from improved accuracy and… Read More

  • Meet Human, A Beautiful Fitness Tracking App To Help You Effortlessly Stay Healthy

    Meet Human, A Beautiful Fitness Tracking App To Help You Effortlessly Stay Healthy

    Human is a newcomer in the crowded fitness space, but its take is different. Instead of being a stat-heavy activity app like RunKeeper or a life tracker gadget like Withings, Fitbit or Jawbone, Human is a passive iOS app designed to help you stay healthy. The goal is to move for 30 minutes every day, and to keep up with this simple habit. The company calls it the ‘Daily 30′. As it is… Read More

  • Meet Mamoru-Kun, the little robot that will get your misplaced glasses and slippers

    Meet Mamoru-Kun, the little robot that will get your misplaced glasses and slippers

    The Information and Robot Technology Research Initiative, a research body of the prestigious University of Tokyo, has developed a small desktop robot that assists elderly people in managing daily tasks. The robot was developed in cooperation with various Japanese companies such as Toyota and Fujitsu. Mamoru-Kun (“Little Protector”) is a robot that is able to tell his owner where an… Read More

  • University of Tokyo unveils robot that does household chores, learns from mistakes

    University of Tokyo unveils robot that does household chores, learns from mistakes

    In cooperation with Toyota, the Information and Robot Technology Research Initiative, a research body of prestigious University of Tokyo, has developed a robot that handles household chores [JP, PDF]. The humanoid was demonstrated to Japanese media last week and was able to clean up rooms, put away dishes from tables, open and close doors and do the laundry. The so-called “Home Assistant… Read More

  • Human LCD Displays

    http://www.liveleak.com/player.swf?autostart=false&token=453_1191345802 Who needs the jumbotron at the big game when you have a ton of die hard South Koreans cheering their team on? View in amazement as an audience waiting for a soccer match produces multiple graphics and effects using only clothing. The process required the fans to wear special jackets with multiple colors in strategically… Read More