Razer's Project Fiona was all the talk of CES 2012 -- now it is christine.
Trudy Raymakers's insight:
Look at the embedded video where Min-Liang Tan, co-founder, CEO and Creative Director of gaming hardware company Razer USA, explains his new product in the making. Min-Liang Tan has been named one of "The 25 Most Creative People in Tech" by the Business Insider.
Predicting trends is no easy task, especially in the short term. Most people who can do it accurately in the world of economics and finance are millionaires, or they should be. But if you don't have a crystal ball, at least you can watch some short-term trends with long-term implications. Here are eight of my favorites for the coming year -- and beyond. -
1. East Asia's declining share of world output
2. Eurozone inflation worries
3. Slugging U.S. service sector productivity
4. The costs of America's staggering wealth inequality
A survey identified patient groups most likely to use mobile devices to monitor their health. These startups offer mhealth services that respond to those needs. Although not a perfect fit in every case, I did find a surprising number of mobile health startups that have developed innovative approaches to addressing the 10 patient communities identified in the survey.
There will be plenty of disruptive technology at this year’s International CES, signaling new ways to create and distribute entertainment -- and how and where consumers will experience it.
Key trends include 4K, wearable technology (from Google Glass to smart watches) and connected cars, along with cloud services (for everything from production to distribution) and the so-called Internet of Things -- effectively the connecting of all devices.
No matter what industry you’re in, your company can’t survive without technology.Over the next five short years the following game-changing technologies will transform how we sell, market, communicate, collaborate, educate, train, innovate, and much more.
This past year has been a time of great change and turbulence in the tools, practices, and thinking around the rapidly shifting world of work. Expect these changes to continue building momentum in 2014.
All in, 2013 was an embarrassment for the entire tech industry and the engine that powers it—Silicon Valley. Innovation was replaced by financial engineering, mergers and acquisitions, and evasion of regulations.
A deeper look at five technologies that are currently advancing exponentially and radically reshaping healthcare. In other words, for the long suffering, there is plenty of hope to go around.
Trudy Raymakers's insight:
3 D printing, artificial intelligence, brain-computer Interfaces, Point-of Care diagnostics, and Robotics. In light of the promise of patient empowerment the tricorder (diagnostic) is very promising I think.
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