1. cageymaru

    Aetna Will Reward Its Attain App Users with an Apple Watch

    Aetna has launched a new initiative called Attain that will allow its users to pay for their Apple Watch by participating in the program. Aetna has deep clinical experience assisting its members with their healthcare needs from wellness to chronic disease. Through the use of an Apple Watch, the...
  2. cageymaru

    Robots Command Humans to Cleanup Spills in Grocery Stores

    Lidar equipped robots called "Marty" from Ahold Delhaize are now being deployed in the USA to count inventory, detect spills and summon human employees over to clean up the mess. These autonomous robots are equipped with 8 cameras and are monitored by employees in foreign countries who will...
  3. cageymaru

    Sleep Number Considered Integrating Audio Snoring Detection Technology into Beds

    Sleep Number added a few interesting lines to its privacy policy that detailed the audio data collection capabilities of its $3,000 beds. In fact these few spurious lines were indeed false as a company rep confirmed that the current lineup of Sleep Number beds do not have this capability. The...
  4. Cerulean

    Scalable management of non-default SNMP for 10-100k devices?

    Howdy! I am on an adventure to disable SNMPv1 (unless required by vendor) and configure SNMPv2c/3 (only highest and most secure possible) on 100-300 clients or 20k-100k devices that are SNMP capable. This includes ensuring devices do not use default SNMP strings and credentials. Does anyone...
  5. cageymaru

    Walmart Patents Shopping Cart Biometrics Handle to Monitor Customer Health

    Walmart has patented a shopping cart with a biometrics sensor equipped in the handle. A server will be able to monitor a customer's baseline readings, from their current readings, in real-time to find out if a customer needs an associate to check on them. Biometric data that can be monitored...
  6. H

    Desktop system monitor for memory/cpu/network/etc? USB?

    I've currently got a Logitech G15 keyboard and it has a little screen that I'm using in conjunction with LCDSirReal to show CPU, memory, network bandwidth, audio volume, time, etc.etc.etc. I like it. But eventually the keyboard will need to be replaced. Does anyone make a small desktop unit...