Everyone is searching for a tipping point for wearables. Look at the app count, and you’ll find it.
If Google Glass succeeds, it could be the next iPhone: the next great platform for app development.
Minority Report is a pretty dumb vision of the “smart” future. Smarter marketing goes far beyond advertising to focus on on delivering services and utility.
Has any company ever done what Google is doing with Project Glass: launch an entirely new form factor in such a transparent, inclusive way?
Technology is just a tool; it’s how we apply it that will determine the future of education.
No, we’re not talking about sensors implanted in your brain, but about designing for the nuanced way our brains process the experience of wearing a device.
The best feature of BlackBerry 10 is called “BlackBerry Balance.” It allows users to selectively turn off work-related email and apps for specified periods of time.
The sensors embedded in increasing numbers of devices are undoubtedly useful, but do we really need machines to replace our basic powers of observation?