Disney will introduce wireless wristbands that will change the way people visit Disney World, tracking everything from dining reservations to ride wait times.
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How we define friendship is being rewritten at Internet speed. Can we value a virtual being we have never met as much as someone we have spent time with?
In a business and IT environment that's changing at light speed, it's obvious that cloud-synced software and data represent the future of computing.
It's convenient to store all your information in a device, but there are risks. A report shows that 70 percent of those surveyed lost a data storage device.
The trends that will shape IT in 2013 include the digital office, enterprise app stores, the industrial Internet, personal clouds, 3D printing and IT on-demand.
What's emerging is a new digital learning model that's based on just-in-time data and information. This model incorporates an array of tools and technologies.
Many health care organizations are offering apps that let patients view their medical records, order prescriptions and make appointments via a mobile device.
I want integrated devices, digital wallets, interface redesign, opt in, analytics, e-receipts, enhanced mobility, e-banking, smarter email and smartphone-enabled devices.
Merchants must design better systems and Websites. If they can't build IT systems capable of assembling the items a customer needs, the customer will go elsewhere.
Wearable devices will eventually become omnipresent extensions to our daily lives, serving up map overlays, facial recognition, coupons, reminders and more.
We're morphing into a society that avoids contact with people in a physical space, but connects to strangers through social media and other electronic tools.
I'm guessing that, ultimately, we'll just keep engineering new technology solutions to solve all the new problems technology created in the first place. At least it's good for the economy.
Smartphones and tablets could make many expensive industrial control systems obsolete. They're already making conventional PCs look dumb and antiquated.
Today, mobile technology is changing everything. Brands and reputations soar or stumble in a matter of minutes in a world where consumers suddenly wield as much power as corporations.