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.
Google says it wants to accelerate the growth of its mobile experiment in the new year, but it may need more phones and a tablet or two for a wider reach.
EmTech 2015, MIT Technology Review's annual conference, focused on the future of technology and what we can expect in the coming years.
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.
Adaire Fox-Martin, SVP Industry, Value and Solutions , SAP APJ, on what's pushing the tech needle.
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.
3D printing makes an easier-to-swallow drug
The high-res image combines 1.3 million aspects for a view of the bone's entire surface
The Domino’s Robotic Unit promises a 'friendly persona' as it delivers your order to your house
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 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.