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Top 10 emerging technologies for 2014

Top 10 emerging technologies for 2014 | Current Trends to Future Trends - 1012ICT | Scoop.it
Technology has become perhaps the greatest agent of change in the modern world.
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What do you think are the most important technologies for the software quality world? - Discussions

What do you think are the most important technologies for the software quality world? - Discussions | Current Trends to Future Trends - 1012ICT | Scoop.it
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10 New Breakthrough Technologies 2014 | MIT Technology Review

10 New Breakthrough Technologies 2014 | MIT Technology Review | Current Trends to Future Trends - 1012ICT | Scoop.it
Technology news is full of incremental developments. These are the breakthroughs that matter. (#Amazing !
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Surprise: wearable tech devices need to recharge... while you wear them.

Surprise: wearable tech devices need to recharge... while you wear them. | Current Trends to Future Trends - 1012ICT | Scoop.it

Apple's iWatch Could Charge With Magnets And Sunlight: The tech company is reportedly looking into alternative charging methods to overcome batterysize constraints.


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Guillaume Decugis's curator insight, February 3, 2014 11:41 PM
Interesting point on wearable tech. Fit it has done a good job with this by the way: not only with a 1-2 week battery life time but also by sending you an email reminder when your device starts to be low in power. Wearable tech needs to recharge... while you wear it.
David Johnson's curator insight, February 12, 2014 11:48 PM

wow!!! i want one..

Richard Platt's curator insight, February 13, 2014 5:45 PM

These might be some answers to charging the wearable devices, what do you think?

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The Future of Technology... Who Knows?

The Future of Technology... Who Knows? | Current Trends to Future Trends - 1012ICT | Scoop.it

But the key is that, in the words of Steve Jobs, "people don't know what they want until we show it to them". So consumers may indeed want something different, but until you try it is hard to know.

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It is true that looking at the trends and popular technology in this day, we really have no idea of the future. Any estimation we make may turn out completely false as said in this article, "It does all go to show just how hard it is to predict future trends from the current behavior of consumers.", I do agree. Again on my point that human beings or consumers are unpredictable. No one saw coming that Steve Jobs would actually redefine what we meant by saying "computer" by bringing out the iPad? Who's to say that something like this won't happen again? 

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Cognitive Computing: 5 Future Technology Innovations from IBM - YouTube

The goal of cognitive computing is to get a computer to behave, think and interact the way humans do. In 5 years, machines will emulate human senses, each in...
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this  video is talking about future technology trends in the next five years. in this main video it talks about how phone/computer will be able to touch/smell/taste/sight/hear and theres is a link to each of them in the video and it shows just how this will be convenient and improve the way users see their devices

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Why You Should Be Excited About Future Tech

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Why You Should Be Excited About Future Tech
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Last May, The McKinsey Global Institute published an informative analysis that examined the economic impact of global technology trends.
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A Keyboard In the Palm of Your Hand

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A keyboard in the palm of your hand (Love this augmented reality keyboard projection. Rather sci-fi indeed!

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Wearable Tech - Fade or Future?

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Maleen Saeed looks at what 2014 might bring and asks if wearable technology is a passing fad or a lasting trend for the future.
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Finally a Smartwatch That Looks Smart?

Finally a Smartwatch That Looks Smart? | Current Trends to Future Trends - 1012ICT | Scoop.it

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Arthur Charles Smith's curator insight, March 11, 2014 6:39 PM

Wearable technology is not just a cool idea. It's no longer bulky and unappealing, it's sleak and it's fashionable.

Jack Barfoot's curator insight, March 18, 2014 10:15 AM

Looks a good Idea but what are the flaws

Anuj Taya Ror's curator insight, March 28, 2014 7:15 AM

This is one of the best article I found on internet. It explain that how can be a normal wrist-watch converted in a smart-watch. Which will have all the mobile computational power. This watch could have maps, internet, media and internet capabilities.

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5 Trends That Will Drive The Future Of Technology

5 Trends That Will Drive The Future Of Technology | Current Trends to Future Trends - 1012ICT | Scoop.it
Google's Project Glass. (Image credit: AFP/Getty Images via @daylife) Trends get a bad rap, mostly because they are often equated with fashions.  Talk about trends and people immediately start imagining wafer thin models strutting down catwalks in outrageous outfits, or maybe a new shade of purple that will be long forgotten [...]
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10 Most Important Emerging Instructional Education Technologies

10 Most Important Emerging Instructional Education Technologies | Current Trends to Future Trends - 1012ICT | Scoop.it
The 10 Most Important Emerging Instructional and Education Technologies and Concepts (2013 Update) (The 10 Most Important Emerging Instructional and Education Technologies and Concepts (2013 Update): http://t.co/H6inHAhHqU...
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We saved a kidnapped man from murder. With Apple's and Google's new ... - Washington Post

We saved a kidnapped man from murder. With Apple's and Google's new ... - Washington Post | Current Trends to Future Trends - 1012ICT | Scoop.it
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Growing Your Business, Part 2: Which technologies become more important as you grow?

Growing Your Business, Part 2:  Which technologies become more important as you grow? | Current Trends to Future Trends - 1012ICT | Scoop.it
When thinking about taking your business to the next level, or even just optimizing efficiencies, yo...
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Current Trends for this Year! Most Popular? Wearable Technology

Current Trends for this Year! Most Popular? Wearable Technology | Current Trends to Future Trends - 1012ICT | Scoop.it
Smartphone battles, console wars, and conflict over web surveillance - it has been a turbulent year in the technology world. But what stands out as part of a lasting trend?
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Current Trend: Wearable Technology. Talks about this and links to another article about how popular this is and in the next 5 to 10 years will definitely still be around because its becoming very important to consumers

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Why Google Glass Is Just the Beginning - Review

Why Google Glass Is Just the Beginning - Review | Current Trends to Future Trends - 1012ICT | Scoop.it

MIT Technology Review Why Google Glass Is Just the Beginning MIT Technology Review While Google toils to perfect the head-worn mobile computer known as Google Glass, a startup located literally down the street from its Silicon Valley campus is hard...


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Google glass or "wearable technology" is definitely going to increase its sales and be everywhere. A major current trend still to come.

 

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Phaedra Pardue's curator insight, July 1, 2013 5:19 PM

Stay tuned for all the future tech headed our way!

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Wearable Technology - In Clothes?

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We are used to reading and sending tweets and status updates on smartphones and tablets - but will we soon be doing this on people's clothes?
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An excellent example of taking it too far with this "wearable technology". I don't see this being popular at all. People like their stuff to be private and not displayed for everyone to see unless of course, you know you're loved and famous or in other words, a celebrity. I see the only audience that this "Twitter Dress" and "Facebook Shirt" would appeal to is celebrities and maybe not even them as it does look a bit tacky no matter how hard they try to pull it off as real fashionable clothes. A direction that wearable technology should not go forward with.

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Connected World Predicts Future Technology Trends

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Peggy Smedley discussed 13 trends of technology predicted and reported by Connected World.
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Very interesting about visual technology...

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Apps to hack users through WiFi? Be aware.

"BBC Click investigates how hackers can use public WiFi to steal sensitive information."

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I find this very important. It is not classified as a trend but, something many people should be aware of because it will start to happen more and be a lot more common in the future. Unfortunately, with technology advancing rapidly, it does have it's downfalls.

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The Internet of Things (VIDEO)

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It is estimated that by 2020 there will be 50 billion devices connected to the internet, 7.6 billion alive at this time so for every person in the world there will be approx 6 objects connected to the internet.
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The demonstration of the 'Room of the Future' in the video definitely was believable and I can see technology advancing in this direction with the intention of making life easier and simpler for people. However, I strongly think it won't be popular amongst everyone. To be more specific I don't think the future will be how it shows in this video for more than 50% of the population. Every person is different and the human being is and always will be unpredictable. No computer can always be right about how loud we would want our music or if we want the temperature changed in our house because people are not computers. I believe if everyone had a taste of life in 2020 there would be a lot of complaints and suggestions that people would prefer to do their personal things manually.

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3 Internet Trends For the Near Future

3 Internet Trends For the Near Future | Current Trends to Future Trends - 1012ICT | Scoop.it
The internet is at a crossroads: On the one hand it is growing to connect more people to the world wide web, but on the other hand, concerns about privacy grow.
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