Imperial College London is trialling Microsoft's mixed reality Hololens headsets for skin graft surgeons at St Mary's Hospital, London.
It's a familiar story. A new technology—in this case, 5G—emerges with a vision for industry transformation, sporting numerous use-cases that have yet to prove their market worth.
5G is set to be the fifth-generation of standardized mass-scale wireless broadband. To phrase it a bit more loosely, it’s the thing that will connect your phone and other smart devices to the internet when you’re not using Wi-Fi in the future.
According to McKinsey, robots could potentially replace 800 million jobs by 2020. However, with the right training, the workforce can embrace this advancement rather than fear it. The responsibility falls on the government and companies to aid the workforce with skill training that can better prepare them for the coming advancements.
Windows PC owners have three virtual reality platforms to choose from: Here's how the Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and Windows Mixed Reality VR headsets compare, compete, and overlap.
Apple has taken the wraps off High Sierra, the next version of macOS, and while it may be a maintenance release, it still brings some exciting new features.
From social gaming to augmented reality, here is a look at the mobile gaming trends that are influencing the market, with India being one of the biggest markets for growth.
A recent demonstration by Cisco and Verizon showed that ICN could hold benefits for 5G networking, gathering IoT data and boosting security.
Setting up 3D-printed villages on the Moon might sound odd for now, but space agencies like ISRO, NASA and ESA are taking it very seriously.
The University of Newcastle is using virtual and augmented reality technologies to transform how nursing and midwifery trainees learn and plans to tap the blockchain to support students attaining ‘micro-credentials.’