Watchmojo.com top 5 facts about the Internet of Things (IoT) and how it's becoming a major part of our lives, in ways you probably didn't know.
New is not always better and these products are proof of that. A visual technology tour of hyped products that met consumer reality.
A provocative new vision of the future where physical and virtual realities have merged in a city saturated in media. Includes a trip to a future store - Exito in Medellin.
Meet the Lily Camera, the first throw and shoot camera. It lets anyone create cinematic footage previously reserved for professional filmmakers.
The Volkswagen's connected dog app lets your best friend walk himself.
The revolutionary automobile prototype stands out with its innovative design and latest technology. Includes a full size Heads-Up Display which extends on the entire windscreeen. Enjoy the ride
Technological innovation allows Doctor Ajay to have a personalized hotel experience, so he can think about what matters most. A Dell view of the Future.
Inspired by technology advancements in the next decade of this ever changing world, Fisher-Price has envisioned the Future of Parenting. Play on.
A camera that comes with you everywhere... and can fly. With a gesture, Nixie takes off, captures the moment, and comes right back
Illustrated in this stunning video is Nissan's vision of the automobile and how a connected world will change our way of living as new technologies emerge.
Researchers at Queen's University's Human Media Lab have developed the world's first color, high resolution and wireless flexible smartphone to combine multi-touch with bend input.
Hong Kong designed, developed and produced technology for the fashion industry,a revolutionary adjustable mannequin.
Gartner defines a strategic technology trend as one with the potential for significant impact on the organization. These technologies impact the organization's long-term plans, programs & initiatives.
Goldman Sachs discusses four trends dominating the tech sector in 2016.
The Trend Hunter top 20 2016 report. The research is based on their crowdsourced, crowd filtered platform which to date has measured roughly 2.5 billion consumer choices from 130 million people.
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