Tag Archives: Sharon Reich

07May/16
DroneWatcher

Crowdsourcing app could help national security

A new free smart phone app that tracks drone signals close to airports or crowded events could help prevent unmanned aerial vehicles being used for nefarious purposes such as terrorism. Sharon Reich reports.
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15Jan/16

Virtual reality app blends social network into experience

Software company hopes to bring social interaction to the growing virtual reality industry. Sharon Reich has more. Continue reading

08Jan/16
Eight-year-old Dunia Sibomana, left, poses for a photo with Dr. Alexander Dagum

Congolese boy attacked by chimps getting rare face surgery in New York

Eight-year-old boy to get a rare, risky, reconstructive surgery in New York after being mauled by chimpanzees in Africa. Sharon Reich reports.
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25Oct/15

A smartphone that keeps getting smarter

Sharp Corporation hopes that RoBoHoN changes the future of smartphones, by turning them into mobile robots. Sharon Reich reports.
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24May/15

Sensor suits help measure spring in dancers’ steps

Scientists measure the long-term effects of dancer’s movements on joints and muscle groups using inertial motion capture suits and movement-measuring floors. They hope to help determine how to reducee the stress on athletes’ bodies. Sharon Reich reports.
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24May/15

World’s first iris recognition smartphone on sale in Japan

Smartphone users in Japan can unlock their phones with the blink of an eye, as the country’s biggest mobile carrier NTT DoCoMo launches the world’s first iris recognition smartphone. Sharon Reich has more.

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