Palantir builds tools that can bring massive amounts of disparate data into one place, allowing users to find patterns -- in phone records and financial transactions, for example -- that would otherwise be invisible.
(Sonitus Medical) is developing a miniature wireless-communication device that sits in a person's mouth where no one can see it. (Photo of its SoundBite in the mouth hearing device which uses bone conduction to imperceptibly transmit sound via the teeth)
Oculis software uses a webcam to check whether anyone nearby is looking at a computer screen and, if so, alerts the user with a pop-up window.
(Adapx's) digital pens allow users to record information in real time, then connect the pen to a PC or cellphone and share the info.