Moaning about poor broadband must be almost as popular as complaining about the weather now – and often about as futile.
THE word “smart” is ubiquitous these days. If you believe the hype, smart farms will all employ sensors to report soil conditions, crop growth or the health of livestock.
We have finally found a way to cut the cord in virtual reality. Freeing users from wires will give them a truly immersive experience.
Today’s top-end virtual reality headsets, such as the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, pump high-definition video to your eyes through a cable that trails to a computer or games console. But this limits your walking range and can get caught under your feet. “It’s extremely annoying when you are playing a game,” says Omid Abari at the Massachusetts Institute of Technolo