Just as we don't need passengers constantly talking into cell phones on planes, we don't need an array of flying devices whirling into every corner of our lives.
If you really want to take business and technology innovation to the next level, it's critical to think in an innovative way about how to make innovation happen.
Savvy companies understand that data has real, lasting value and can be turned into an ongoing revenue stream. There's money in the data market. Are you in?
The Scale Paradox can reset competitive forces and induce a flip-flop in how large and small businesses operate—and where they may gain a competitive edge.
If a product, service or solution lags too far behind, customers will reach a tipping point and switch to something newer, better, more flexible or innovative.
Google says that using gestures will generate a "facial landmark" that, when compared to a photo or video, will provide a reliable way to authenticate a user.
Whether managing IT or maximizing customer-facing technology, operating a freight train in an era of supersonic spacecraft isn't a recipe for maximum returns.
Technology innovation is often a key to success and bottom-line results, but many companies and IT departments create barriers to innovative initiatives.
We don't know where technology will lead us. As the pace of innovation accelerates and the power of technology reaches greater velocity, all bets are off.
I want integrated devices, digital wallets, interface redesign, opt in, analytics, e-receipts, enhanced mobility, e-banking, smarter email and smartphone-enabled devices.
Wearable devices will eventually become omnipresent extensions to our daily lives, serving up map overlays, facial recognition, coupons, reminders and more.
DARPA is training AlphaDog robots to carry gear for soldiers in the field, while following verbal and visual commands.
Content-Concentric Networking, according to PARC, is "the next milestone in PARC's notable legacy in networking—from inventing Ethernet, to making significant contributions to the IPv6 protocol."
Today we have two interesting bits of news in the mobile OS space. Microsoft has replaced the head of its Windows Phone division, which is widely viewed as being troubled to this point. And from eWEEK Labs....
Gartner’s Symposium ITxpo just finished up in Orlando, Florida, and as an attendee I received a nice thank-you note from the Gartner promotions team. It was a good show, and I very much recommend it ....