Retailers have to get with the times if they want to compete in the online marketplace. That means evolving to meet customer needs, managing change, and matching the pace of modern consumers. Luckily, there’s a whole world of IoT opportunities available to retailers. There are options for customer engagement, process optimization, and internal audit tools […]
The trends of the Internet of Things connectivity were widely received and adopted in 2016-17. In 2018 more ideas and actual complex issues will be addressed and rise to their next tier of actualization. Due to the fact that devices can represent themselves digitally, monitoring them becomes easier so that data streaming in real time takes a […]
From: Doc Emmet Brown To: Marty Mcfly Dear Marty, If my calculations are correct. the last time we saw each other was the year 1985. Ten years later, in the year 1995, you’ve followed in your father’s footsteps and become a science fiction writer. Marty, I am writing to alarm you about a major disturbance […]
The shooters that shook up an at-times stubborn industry.
It’s been up, it’s been down, but one thing’s for sure: it’s changed how we think about currency.
It’s hard to choose favorites, but we did it. Check out the stories that moved us this year.
How the most influential consumer devices of the year have tackled our TVs, laptops, homes and even our bodies.
This year was rife with weirdness, bad decisions and spectacular failures. 2014 can’t come soon enough for some folks.
Forget differentiation. This year, major social media platforms decided they wanted to become all things to all people.
It was a big year for mobile devices. Here’s our own idiosyncratic list of the most notable entries.
Turns out that “show, don’t tell” also applies to websites and apps—and in a big way, too.
Why it became easier than ever to learn computer science in 2013.
Wearables! Smart Bluetooth! Giant smartphone cameras! OS betas—and subsequent confusion—for the masses!
Remotely piloted telepresence robots could be the beginning of another tech revolution. Some observers are already predicting that they will be the first robots to go mainstream. But it won’t happen right away.
In January, The New York Times wondered aloud why Apple did not make the iPhone in America. The story heaped a torrent of commentary and scrutiny on Silicon Valley’s most valuable company. Whether you think manufacturing in the U.S. is right or not for Apple, Cadillac is proving that American-made technology can compete with the best.
Just as many companies won’t hire the unemployed, new research suggests workers may tend to avoid jobs that have been open too long. A look at high-growth areas like Silicon Valley reveals some big disconnects between the expectations of tech job employers and job seekers – leaving many positions open and many professionals unemployed.
It was bound to happen at some point: Search.xxx, a new search engine from ICM Registry, the operator for .xxx domains, has made its debut. So why does it look so much like other search engines?
Following up a survey that found dissatisfaction with airport and airline tech offerings, we asked frequent fliers and a pilot if the survey reflected the reality of the tech-unfriendly skies.
A lot of people in Silicon Valley are down on job-hoppers these days. They’re flaky, they’re bad employees, they steal all the Sharpies when they leave, blah, blah, blah. But it turns out that all that job-hopping is an important part of what makes the Valley so special.
Staying on top of trends is key to any startup’s success. Spotting trends early makes it possible tocome up with smart startup ideas – or modify your startup plans to jump on a new trend just as it takes off. Just as most important, you can avoid the risk of starting a business based on a trend that’s just about to fizzle out. Fortunately…