The expectation is that 2020 will be a game-changer as far as the transformational power of technology goes. We may not soon be taking to the skies in flying cars, but we’re more than likely to experience more than one breakout moment. And innovation in technology is what will influence our lives for the greater part in the year that lies ahead.
The ultimate purpose of modern technology is to make our lives as convenient as possible. From state-of-the-art smartphones to full control of our houses through smart-home setups, the entire idea behind owning the latest and greatest tech is to allow us to go about our business every day as quickly and efficiently as we can. The market is saturated with all kinds of helpful gadgets, but only a handful of those can truly make our daily lives that much easier.
In order to determine the biggest trends in tech for 2019, we must first define what we mean by trend. According to research and advisory company, Gartner, a strategic trend in technology is defined as having substantial disruptive potential and is on the verge of having a broader impact on a global scale. With that in mind, we look at the biggest trends in tech for 2019.Continue reading
Automation is a new era of technological advancement that is set to have a massive impact on the way many of us approach our work lives.
With modern machine learning coupled alongside physical machines, many millions are expected to be removed from the workplace and replaced by robots, which is expected to become especially prevalent within the fast food and transportation industry.Continue reading
In the last few years’ self-driving, autonomous or driverless cars have become a hot topic with everyone from Tesla, to Uber, to Google getting involved.
But there are some fascinating facts about self driving cars that haven’t made it into the mainstream media, and we’ve rounded them up to give you even more insight into what could well be the future of travel.Continue reading
This year has been a momentous one for home automation, with numerous advancements becoming available in how we are able to manage our various devices. We can even control devices through speakers now, telling the lights to turn on and having our systems understand, for example, but there’s still a ways to go.Continue reading