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.
A universal vehicle accessory that turns your smartphone into a Head-Up Display (HUD) bringing comfort and safety to drivers all over the world.
Picture fireflies swarming an obsolete gas station and then watch the Tesla transformation.
New innovations being created by small global companies. A new UI interface, drone, smartphone flic, smart car integration, and smart phone skin analyzer.
NRIX Road Weather is the first of its kind to give drivers advance warning of dangerous road weather conditions ahead, keeping them safer on their route. Part of IoT SmartCar Future.
Knocki is a new smart device that gives you instant control of your favorite functions from any surface. Enjoy the freedom to do things more quickly, easily, and naturally without other devices
Say hello to Notion. With this small, powerful sensor you can have the peace of mind of knowing what's happening in your home and with your family. Smart Home Internet of Things example.
Gartner defines a strategic technology trend as one with the potential for significant impact on the organization in the next three years.
From insect drones to a titan arm exoskeleton, we take a look at technological futuristic products that exist now.
The Rise of Content Marketing, Augmented Reality & Wearable Technology, Marketing Analytics Will Bloom, More Videos Than Ever, Personalized Means Better, More Marketing Noise Than Ever,
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