Remember when you’d be wandering through the shopping mall and it seemed every second person had a light blinking on their ear and some form of cyborg looking device plugged into their ear? Before that, you had to listen to people talking louder than they had to showing they had a mobile phone. Fast forward … More The Role of Social Signals & Technology
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What do ancient tools have in common with the smartphone or computer? It’s primal. … More What Ancient Tools & Modern Technology Have in Common
To listen to the pundits, by Christmas 2017 we’ll all be diving under the tree for Virtual Reality goggles, from junior to senior, maybe even grandma too. Except, we won’t be. Microsoft just launched it’s tongue-twister flagship gaming console the Xbox One X (don’t say it too fast.) And it has no real support for … More Virtual Reality Has a Social Problem
So that’s a bold statement to open with. But by 2025, or perhaps earlier, most anybody who can use Microsoft Office will be able to build their own software apps, for desktop, mobile or well, to launch across the enterprise. ICT’s And Their Purpose | Context The primary function of Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) is … More Are Software Engineers Endangered?
As pretty much everyone knows, Samsung has halted production of it’s Note 7 due to the phones burning. Perhaps this is a uhm, smoke signal, about technology as a whole today. The Mad Upgrade Cycle Apple has for years worked on a tick-tock cycle. Hardware ramp up one year, software focus the next. Just before … More Burning Phones: Is it time for a slowdown?