Social media is changing the way we relate to each other. Social media is still a young and new form of communication. It’s too early to take anything as a given, so we’re all experimenting, testing and learning together. New studies and research are showing us more about how social media is changing the way we relate to […]
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Futurist Thomas Frey: The year is 2024. It seemed like a piece of nostalgia to open a new bank account and get a free toaster, but this wasn’t any ordinary toaster, and it certainly wasn’t any ordinary bank. The new Internet of Things Toaster was one of the coolest gadgets of all times, and the […]
It’s important to start back in the fall of 2010 if you want to understand the strange but spectacularly profitable world of Google and Facebook today. Facebook was a rising start four years ago. They had built the ultimate social walled garden — almost a separate alternative to the Internet at large.
What if devices could pull enough power wirelessly from the air to run themselves and send signals? Mobile devices have become radically smaller and more powerful in the past 10 year. The list of tech-related tasks that the mobile devices we all carry around has grown longer by the year. The next step in technology’s great disappearing […]
Would you pay for online privacy? Once we went online the concept of privacy changed. What was once private personal information has now been twisted and altered by the digital age, like so many analog and now antiquated concepts before it.
The internet is still at the beginning of its beginning. It would have been awesome to have been an entrepreneur in 1985 when almost any dot com name you wanted was available. All words; short ones, cool ones. All you had to do was ask. It didn’t even cost anything to claim. This grand opportunity […]
Prostitutes and escort services in the Western world have taken their business online. As the world moves toward a paper-free financial system, in the borderline-legal organizations of the world’s underbelly economy, cash still reigns as king.
The Nest Protect smart smoke and carbon monoxide detector. The Internet of Things (IoT) computing phase is the next industrial revolution, according to experts. And an estimated 50 billion connected devices and I0T solutions will reach $7.1 trillion by 2020.
Game-based learning can provide students with the right skills and knowledge for their future. Technology transforms how students learn, share and gather information and has had a huge impact on the education system worldwide.
Automakers are counting on the connected car. Today’s cars are trying to replicate the smartphone experience. Touchscreen interfaces are common. Dashboard designers take UI tips from iPhones, and automakers want to build apps for cars. Large automakers like General Motors are taking the next obvious step and integrating 4G LTE service into their cars starting this year. […]