Credit Lila Aryan PhotographyAn international co

first_imgCredit: Lila Aryan PhotographyAn international co-working company targeting startups and entrepreneurs will open its first Wisconsin location at 1433 N. Water St. in downtown Milwaukee.Spaces will lease 43,000 square feet at 1433 N. Water St., occupying the fourth and fifth floors, with rooftop access.The company is a subsidiary of International Workplace Group plc, formerly known as Regus. Spaces will join Bader Rutter & Associates Inc. and Riverwater Partners LLC in the downtown Milwaukee office building, which opened last year.Spaces Milwaukee includes private offices, dedicated desks, meeting rooms and access to the rooftop patio for members. “North Water Street was the ideal location for our first entry into Wisconsin,” said Michael Berretta, vice president of network development for IWG.Developed by Wauwatosa-based Wangard Partners Inc., 1433 N. Water St. is a combined new construction and redevelopment project of the former Laacke & Joys building.“This iconic Milwaukee project is a perfect fit for an innovative co-working company like Spaces,” said Burton Metz, vice president of Wangard Partners.Address: 1433 N. Water St., MilwaukeeLessor: Wangard Partners Inc.Lessee: SpacesSquare feet: 43,000    Get our email updatesBizTimes DailyManufacturing WeeklyNonprofit WeeklyReal Estate WeeklySaturday Top 10Wisconsin Morning Headlines Subscribelast_img read more

Smart chopsticks which can detect whether food is unsafe unveiled in China

first_imgAdvertisement Chinese tech company Baidu has unveiled electronic chopsticks that can detect whether food is unsafe to eat.This was at its annual conference in Beijing where the search giant said the utensils could detect unsanitary cooking oil – a common concern in the country.Baidu also unveiled its own wearable headset called Baidu Eye which is a rival to Google’s Glass. – Advertisement – The Baidu Eye has an in-built camera but no screen, and conveys information to the user via an earpiece or by connecting to a smartphone.Baidu EyeBoth new products are not yet unavailable to consumers, and the company did not specify a date on which they would go on sale.The sticks, which also include a sodium analyser to help users regulate their daily salt intake, can connect to any computer via wi-fi and Bluetooth.“Chopsticks are the embodiment of Chinese wisdom,” a Baidu executive said. “And we have combined it with our advanced technology.”Source: BBClast_img read more