The Bar Stock Exchange uses gamification to woo its patrons. Customers can trade alcohol prices similar to that on the stock market and get the best rates possible.
We’ve witnessed a cataclysm of car recalls in the last couple of years, big brands notwithstanding. The trick is to get your design right the first time with multiphysics simulations, believes ANSYS.
With new gadgets like Apple watch, Google glasses, fitness and health monitors, a person living today has instant access to more information than the entire planet had just five decades ago. Renowned futurist Brett King discusses the big trends in media, technology, healthcare, financial services, education and employment over the next two decades.
Red Hat’s think tank has always sworn by open-source, and believes that it’s the key to unleashing next-gen technologies. With IoT storming the enterprise, the pitch remains the same. Here’s why Red Hatters believe open-source is where you ought to put your money.
Robotics strangely conjures up apocalyptic images of bots going berserk, offing humans, or simply putting us out of jobs. The key lies not in ceding controls to robots, but collaborating with them. Enter: The co-bot.
Joseph Landes, General Manager, Developer, and Platform Evangelist, Microsoft, explains how Azure enables customers to extend their on-premise investments into the public cloud and choose between infrastructure and platform services.
As more vendors continue to have a Mobile First Development strategy, we ask Donald Farmer, VP, Innovation and Design Qlik how organizations will strategize their transition without any distraction.
With most results in, the UK has voted to leave the European Union after a bitter and divisive campaign.
Three advances, three steps closer to quantum's potential
3D printing makes an easier-to-swallow drug
A breakthrough in A.I. has been reported that suddenly makes all of those apocalyptic predictions about killer robots seem less crazy.
Last week, IBM revealed that its Jeopardy-winning supercomputer has a new capability. It's called Watson Tone Analyzer. You can use it like spell check, except instead of checking your spelling, it checks the "tone" of your writing.
Gartner has predicted that, by 2020, the Internet of Things will grow to 26 billion objects. This will lead to disruption--and CIOs need to be ready.
The economic operating system of the world will be rewritten as the future holds no ordinary disruptions. Be prepared to face the new reality as we walk you through the technological innovations that will hit you soon.
The FIFA 2014 World Cup is as much about the adrenaline and the glory of winning as it is about technology this year. New high-tech innovations are not only assisting decision-makers but also enhancing the football fans' delight.