I started Futurecast that evolved into the Future Chronicles back in 1996:
To provide an ongoing, world-wide-web based chronicle of the study of the future and the current trends that will affect the actual definitive future...that fleeting intangible event that eventually makes tomorrow, today
H Lee Siddons, Jr is a ilay futurist and the first futurecaster that predicted the success of Compact Discs (CDs), Microsoft Windows, the WWW, HDTV and DVDs
Computer scientists at Fujitsu Labs have launched the "Todai Robot Project," an effort to get a robot to pass the University of Tokyo's very tough entrance exam — and they're hoping to do it in eight years.
In the next industrial revolution, will we manufacture goods, or will they construct themselves? architect and computer scientist Skylar Tibbits talks about 4-D printing, programmable matter, and the future of things.
The e-commerce site partners with brands and one of the world's largest shopping center companies to show consumers a new kind of mall, one that melds online with offline. Read this article by Donna Tam on CNET News.
How will the ways we work, play and love change over the next 10 — or 30 — years?
Dr. Michio Kaku, professor of theoretical physics at the City College of New York, is the author of the forthcoming book “The Future of the Mind: the Scientific Quest to Understand, Enhance and Empower the Mind.”
Also don't miss him on "Futurescape" on the Science Channel with James Woods!
Smartphones: What's next? (The Next Big Thing, Episode 3)Now that smartphones are commodities, what's next? Also: why you may finally wear a fitness wearable, and the hype and hope around flexible screens.More from Brian Cooley
Great show from CNET's Brian Cooley about the future tech products and trends!!!
Careening through the air 30,000 feet above the ground can be a brutal experience. To help us cope, airlines have evolved some pretty sophisticated on-demand entertainment in the form of games, movies, internet, and the occasional backrub.
Amazing but are all these going to be affordable??
I’ve examined a sample of the book’s predictions and divided them into three domains: technology, politics and society. Four predictions from each domain are assessed for the probability of future accuracy and relevance.
Down some spookily-lit corridor at the Pentagon, there are surely soldiers dreaming about the future of warfare. But, at the National Defense University, some of the nation's top brass are actually playing out the scenarios.
What will the smart city of tomorrow look like? Sagentia just launched a new infographic that details some of the cutting-edge technologies that will make cities more efficient, healthy, and enjoyable places to live.
Is it worth buying a smartwatch this holiday season? Or are you better off waiting for Apple and Google to enter the race? Let's line up the biggest smartwa...
Smart watches are on my top list of future tech products that will expand and become more ubiquitous by the end of the decade...the key to the success will be bluetooth connectivity to cell phones like google glass...