Navigation apps are learning to use your camera to locate you far better than GPS ever could—and give you better directions to wherever you're headed. Wall Street Journal
The most promising technology trends of tomorrow are grounded in nine powerful macro forces. Deloitte Insights
From flying cars to pods that travel at over 1,000kph, revolutionary new ways to travel are being dreamed up. But which pioneering visions are most likely to take off? - Economist
Swiss company WayRay is going full force into making AR fun in car displays. - Mashable
Is this the future of social media in real life? Will we all rate everyone in daily interactions? Will your social media score matter? - Lifestyle King
Boeing prototype VTOL demonstrated hoping it will be Uber's first air taxi. Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin returns to space. Tiny swarming robots could one day build any structure on demand.
Weather Channel uses immersive mixed reality (IMR) technologies to simulate a major #USA snow storm. Cool build-up.
From a science fiction dream to a critical part of our everyday lives, artificial intelligence is everywhere. AI is changing everything. But do we want it to?
Fashion futurist Amanda Cosco hit the show floor of the Consumer Electronics Show —CES—in Las Vegas, Nevada last week to find out what's in store for the future of fashion and retail.
Introducing Nike Adapt BB, designed with electro adaptive reactive lacing that automatically locks you in at the press of a button on your smartphone.
The electric vehicle march continues. A new kind of thrill that will take you from 0 to 60 mph in under 3.5 seconds.
JD.com is launching a new research center in Xiongan, China, dedicated to developing futuristic automation technology for urban logistics in smart cities in China
Microsoft predictions from 2009 of what the technology world would look like in 2019. What do you think?
The latest edition of the annual Ericsson 10 Hot Consumer trends report video evaluates consumer thoughts and predictions on near-future technology including AI, VR, 5G and automation.
Facial recognition is going mainstream. The technology is increasingly used by law-enforcement agencies and in schools, casinos and retail stores, spurring privacy concerns - Wall Street Journal
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