Wearable Computing

September/October 2015

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Driven by advances in mobile computing and communications, ambient intelligence, and ubiquitous sensors, wearable computing facilitates a new form of human-to-computer interaction via small, on-body devices that are always connected, hands-free and less distractive, and have multiple access opportunities. This always-ready capability leads to a new form of synergy between humans and computers, offering consistency and multitasking capabilities. Read full article »

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Government-Funded R&D to Drive Cybersecurity Technologies

Government-Funded R&D to Drive Cybersecurity Technologies

The US Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate's cybersecurity R&D program is funding top researchers in academia, industry, and government in developing new cybersecurity technologies across key areas. Read full article »

The Need for New Business-Technology Relationships

The Need for New Business-Technology Relationships

A look into the tech-driven shifts in operational structure, strategy, and nearly every other aspect of the traditional business model. Read full article »


IT Enhances Football at World Cup 2014

Advanced technology provides greater accuracy in analysis of World Cup play. Read full article »

Call for Papers

IT in Smart Cities
Submission deadline: 1 October 2015
Publication: May/June 2016