Remarkable, the Norwegian startup behind the digital paper tablet of the same name, has raised $15 million in a series A round of funding from Spark Capital. The company uses its own Linux-based operating system that is optimized for the 10.3″ e-paper display; it focuses squarely on low-latency to bring the experience as close as possible to writing or drawing on real paper.
For the past few years, Samsung has reliably demonstrated enormous televisions at shows like CES. These screens haven’t been based on OLEDs — instead, they’ve featured a new display technology called MicroLED. Now the Korean manufacturer has announced it’s put the Wall family of displays into production (actual model number: IW008R), at different sizes and resolutions.
BehavioSec has been recognized for its behavioral biometrics platform earning Gold status at this year’s Golden Bridge Awards and also being named Multifactor Solution of the Year at the CyberSecurity Breakthrough Awards. BehavioSec’s behavioral biometrics platform continuously authenticates users according to their unique typing patterns, touchscreen pressure and device handling to reduce account fraud and data theft.
Apple has invented a remarkable touchscreen virtual keyboard which uses clever technological wizardry to make it feel as if you’re pressing on real keys. Apple’s new invention is called ‘static pattern electrostatic haptic electrodes’ and was revealed in a patent application that’s just been published.
A high-tech hotel in Japan is science fiction come to life, with virtual ninjas staffing the front desk, facial recognition software that detects customers’ moods, and dinosaur footprints leading to the elevator.
Tesla is jumping on the bezel-less display craze and it looks like the automaker is not satisfied with the development in the industry as it is developing its own bezel-less display technology. The design refresh appears to have been delayed to next year, but it looks like Tesla really wants to bring this bezel-less design to its vehicles and it doesn’t plan to rely on other people’s technology.
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