Kevin Krejci of Fujitsu Laboratories of America talks about the latest developments in Mobile technologies out of Silicon Valley and how that is being used by Japanese technology giants like Fujitsu.
LitMotors shows their new C-1, self-balancing two wheeled futuristic looking electric bike.
David Prager, co-founder of Revision3 (recently sold to the Discovery Channel) is working on some new startup ideas.
The Open Company is a startup about being transparent about the price of products, showing the conditions under which the products are made, how much the workers are getting paid, how many hours the workers work per week, how much it cost to make each product, how much for components, shipping etc. They are just a startup and consider expanding to add more products to their store.
John Maeda pioneered computer-based visual art at the MIT Media Lab, and his work now appears in the Museum of Modern Art. As the head of the globally renowned Rhode Island School of Design, he is pushing the boundaries of expression, design, connected culture and leadership.
You can also watch his full keynote on "The intersection of art, design, data and leadership" here. In this talk we will learn what he sees as the important vectors of the future of design, leadership and connected culture.
$5/hour, $10 for a half day, $20 for a full day, people in San Francisco can rent an electric scooter at http://scootnetworks.com
Check out this tour with John Slanina, Lead Studio Engineer at Leo Laporte's http://twit.tv Brick House studio, the worlds biggest independent technology news video podcasting studio.
NeulNET at ARM Techcon talks about building solutions for White Spaces to use the unlicensed 700Mhz spectrum for free use of that spectrum.
PhotonStar is building ARM Powered Smart LED Lights, adjusting color temperatur, brightness, etc, all according to the time of the day, according to user preference over Smartphones and Tablets, these new smart LED lights can revolutionize human performance, human health and optimize our power consumption.
This is the Marvell powered Stanford’s Mobile Inquiry Based Learning Environment (SMILE), it's an ARM Powered Plug Server and WiFi hotspot for classrooms around the world. One of these can support up to 60 devices over WiFi, synchronize all learning data and server school exercises.
Here's the official SMILE project video: