Earlier this year at CES 2015, Hyundai showed off an upcoming Android Wear app called Blue Link. The idea of the app was to allow Android Wear owners who also happened to own Hyundai cars to be able to unlock their cars remotely via their wrists. The good news is that if Blue Link is an app you’ve been looking forward to, it is finally here.
The car maker has officially released the updated Blue Link app and you can go ahead and grab it for yourself via the Google Play Store and it should work with your Android Wear device. The app will allow users to lock/unlock their car doors, start or stop their car engines, flash lights, or honk the horn. It will be compatible with cars as old as the 2012 Hyundai Sonata. Read full post →Hyundai’s Updated Blue Link Android Wear App Is Finally Released
If you have seen episodes of Star Trek, you might recall a certain device called the Star Trek Tricoder. Basically it is a handheld device that has the ability to analyze objects that it is pointed at, breaking it down into chemical components and whatnot without the user even having to pick it up.
If you thought that was the stuff of science fiction, think again because an Israeli startup by the name of Unispectral Technologies claims they have the technology to make it a reality and all they need is your smartphone. The company’s technology involves an optical filter compatible with most smartphone camera lenses and an accompanying software. Read full post →Startup Claims It Can Turn Smartphones Into Hyperspectral Sensors