A research team mixed carbon nanotubes and graphene together to boost performance and lower cost in an ultracapacitor. Read more »
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The New York Police Department got more than it bargained for when it tried to drum up social-media engagement by asking followers to post photos with members of the police force. Read more »
Connecting devices into a truly interoperable system isn’t as easy as some of the hype masters touting the internet of things would have you believe. But Peter Semmelhack has a few ideas. Read more »
AT&T’s Next isn’t just proving popular with customers. It’s proving popular with its accountants. The move away from subsidized phones gives it a new equipment revenue stream while keeping its newly contract-free customers loyal. Read more »
A startup called BaseHealth launched on Tuesday with a mission to deliver personalized wellness plans while keeping doctors very much in the picture. The company’s platform combines genetic data, lifestyle data and medical records to determine patients’ risks and how they can mitigate them. Read more »
Good news for Roku users: The YouTube channel, which first launched on the Roku 3 in December, is now available on all “current-generation devices,” according to a post on the Roku blog, which also lists an exact list of all models that can now access YouTube. All of these devices also support DIAL, which makes it possible to send YouTube videos from your mobile device to your Roku, Chromecast-style.
Getting devices online and sharing their data is the raison d’etre of a variety of new startups. Now Bug Labs is offering its own modular tool set for the internet of things. Read more »
AT&T and the Chernin Group want to spend $500 million on online video services. How will these services look like? Look no further than to Crunchyroll. Read more »
Building an advertising-based business from scratch is hard. When we first decided that a platform should have non-traditional advertising, people thought we were crazy (they still do!). We could have plastered our pages with annoying, intrusive banners and hit the jackpot. But we took the long road instead, putting discovery at the center. Read more »
Motorola declared its official return to Chicago today, opening up its new digs to the media. We snapped some photos to give our readers the tour and explain why Moto’s homecoming matters. Read more »