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12 Disruptive Technologies That Are Changing The World

12 Disruptive Technologies That Are Changing The World | Tech Revolution 3.0 | Scoop.it
A potential $33 trillion/year impact by 2025.
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12 Transformative Disruptive Technologies: Changing the World

1. Mobile Internet
2. Automation of Knowledge Work
3. The Internet of Things
4. Cloud technology
5. Advanced robotics
6. Autonomous and Near-Autonomous Vehicles
7. Next-generation genomics
8. Energy storage
9. 3-D printing
10. Advanced materials
11. Advanced oil and gas exploration and recovery
12. Renewable energy


Applications of the 12 technologies could have a potential economic impact between $14 trillion and $33 trillion a year in 2025.


These are major disruptors and opportunities to transform. 

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Gartner: Top 10 Strategic IT Trends For 2015

Gartner: Top 10 Strategic IT Trends For 2015 | Tech Revolution 3.0 | Scoop.it

Gartner Symposium identified what they believe to be the top-ten information technology trends for the year ahead. Strategic technology trends are defined as having potentially significant impact on organizations in the next three years. 

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This is yearly update from Gartner. Key Top 10 Strategic Technologies industry trends continue to evolve: Mobile, Cloud, Analytics, Internet of Things, Web IT Scale, Smart Machines. 

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How the Internet of Things Will Change Business

How the Internet of Things Will Change Business | Tech Revolution 3.0 | Scoop.it
Are companies ready for billions of everyday objects to join the Internet?
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For last several years, technology industry is preparing for the Internet of things, a type of computing characterized by small, often dumb, usually unseen computers attached to objects. These devices sense and transmit data about the environment or offer new means of controlling it.


As computers with wireless capability become cheap, it’s becoming affordable to connect more things to the Internet, like sensors in sewer pipes, factory machinery, lights, and home appliances.


What are some new applications of Internet of Things, that you are looking to leverage in the next 3 years?

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Stephen Dale's curator insight, August 3, 6:16 AM

As computers with wireless capability become cheap, it’s becoming affordable to connect more things to the Internet, like sensors in sewer pipes, factory machinery, lights, and home appliances.


Perhaps we should be asking ourselves..."what could possibly go wrong?"!

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50 Smartest Innovative Companies for 2014 | MIT Technology Review

50 Smartest Innovative Companies for 2014 | MIT Technology Review | Tech Revolution 3.0 | Scoop.it
These businesses are setting the pace of innovation. They’re shaking up markets or creating new ones.
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It might sound difficult to define what makes a smart company, but you know one when you see it. When such a company commercializes a truly innovative technology, things happen: leadership in a market is bolstered or thrown up for grabs. Competitors have to refine or rethink their strategies. 

 

The is not based on patents or PhDs; instead, whether a company had made strides in the past year that will define its field. 

 

Familiar names such as Apple and Facebook aren’t on this list because reputation doesn’t matter. Highlighting companies where important innovations are happening right now.

 

Smart Innovative Technology Companies: Google, Samsung, Amazon, Dropbox, Box, Evernote. See the full list...

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Bittorrent Sync: A Way to Sync Your Files without Entrusting Them to the Cloud | MIT Technology Review

Bittorrent Sync: A Way to Sync Your Files without Entrusting Them to the Cloud | MIT Technology Review | Tech Revolution 3.0 | Scoop.it
The company behind the Bittorrent protocol is working on software that can replicate most features of file-synching services without handing your data to cloud servers.

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Sync your files to multiple devices without cloud central storage. This technology is needed for improved security, privacy and safe keeping of our files and information. 

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Nielsen Research: Mobile consumer report 2013

THEMOBILECONSUMERA GLOBAL SNAPSHOTFEBRUARY 2013

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Roberto Nocera's curator insight, February 7, 4:37 AM

Mobile Consumer Snapshot 2013 #mobile #customerexperience #cxm

Mike Donahue's curator insight, February 7, 8:57 AM

It's interesting to see how different device choice and usage are between people and countries.

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Revealed! The 50 best tech products of 2013 | PCWorld

Revealed! The 50 best tech products of 2013 | PCWorld | Tech Revolution 3.0 | Scoop.it
PCWorld's editors name the top tech products of 2013, ranging from PCs to productivity software.
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50 best tech products of 2013!  

Good list and information on key tech products. 

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10 Best Gadgets at CES | Gadget Lab | Wired.com

10 Best Gadgets at CES | Gadget Lab | Wired.com | Tech Revolution 3.0 | Scoop.it
Of all the consumer electronics we saw at the 2014 CES, these are our picks for the most interesting, the most important, and the most awesome.
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Top 10 Gadgets from CES from Wired. Check these out...

#Tech #Gadgets #Trends 

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Design Principles for News Apps & Graphics

Design Principles for News Apps & Graphics | Tech Revolution 3.0 | Scoop.it
How to apply classic design principles to your newfangled interactive graphics and apps.

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Dean Meyers's curator insight, June 21, 2013 8:02 AM

Successful innovation tends to feel simple and clear, or provide a more direct path to resolving a dilemma. Visual information that supports innovation should be just as transparent in giving us the facts, the story or the drama. This article points out straightforward design principles with a focus on producing graphics for news or journalism, but can be applied to revealing or explaining any kind of story visually. Reading through them you won't find the need for advanced technical skills, just good judgement and attention to details.

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12 Disruptive Technologies That Are Changing The World

12 Disruptive Technologies That Are Changing The World | Tech Revolution 3.0 | Scoop.it
A potential $33 trillion/year impact by 2025.
Paul Aneja - eTrends's insight:

12 Transformative Disruptive Technologies: Changing the World

1. Mobile Internet
2. Automation of Knowledge Work
3. The Internet of Things
4. Cloud technology
5. Advanced robotics
6. Autonomous and Near-Autonomous Vehicles
7. Next-generation genomics
8. Energy storage
9. 3-D printing
10. Advanced materials
11. Advanced oil and gas exploration and recovery
12. Renewable energy


Applications of the 12 technologies could have a potential economic impact between $14 trillion and $33 trillion a year in 2025.


These are major disruptors and opportunities to transform. 

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ITIL: Information Technology Infrastructure Library

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ITIL: Information Technology Infrastructure Library

The ITIL is a set of best practices for managing IT services. 


ITIL service lifecycle as illustrated in the schematic is set of IT service processes. There are five stages in the ITIL Service Lifecycle: Service Strategy, Service Design, Service Transition, Service Operation, and Continual Service Improvement.

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Researchers peek at the structure of the viral Internet

Researchers peek at the structure of the viral Internet | Tech Revolution 3.0 | Scoop.it
Tree view provides an interactive visualization depicting the spread of a particular story from one person to the next, starting from an initial seed user and propagating through multiple generations (credit: Microsoft Research) At Microsoft...

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20 Tech Trends for 2013

20 Tech Trends for 2013 | Tech Revolution 3.0 | Scoop.it
(Click to view frog's 2013 Tech Trends poster) Yes, it’s already that transitional time when our current year ends and another begins, and today and tomorrow are quickly changing hands.
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Top 20 tech trends via fog...interesting to explore:

Smart phone accessories become smarter.
Human-computer interaction gets more humanistic.
Apps become invisible.
Data ecology becomes more diverse.
Automated intelligence aids our digital interactions.
Tablet tipping point is reached.
Customer experience provides tech companies competitive advantages.
3D Printing goes mainstream.
Micro-Networks Rise.

 

#Tech #Future #Trends

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Time's Greatest Innovations | Check this out...

Time's Greatest Innovations | Check this out... | Tech Revolution 3.0 | Scoop.it

An interactive timeline of the greatest innovations throughout history. What's your great idea and can it be the next "

 

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An Open Internet Is Essential to a Free Internet: Why Net Neutrality Matters To Everyone

An Open Internet Is Essential to a Free Internet: Why Net Neutrality Matters To Everyone | Tech Revolution 3.0 | Scoop.it
Right now the FCC is considering a set of rules that would allow Internet providers to offer faster access to some websites that can afford to pay.  We need to stop them.
Paul Aneja - eTrends's insight:

Did you take any action to support "Future of Internet" yet? Sept 15 is end of the public comment period.

Internet’s most fundamental principles of openness and accessibility for all, are being challenged (by a select few companies). This is fundamental shift on how Internet has evolved as independent, open, distributed network for ALL.

If this change goes in effect, it will impact all of us. Please be informed and support "Net Neutrality of Internet".

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8 Emerging Tech Hubs You Should Pay Attention To

8 Emerging Tech Hubs You Should Pay Attention To | Tech Revolution 3.0 | Scoop.it
From the Far East to the Mediterranean, we found eight cities where technology’s influence is growing by the minute.
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Did you know about all these emerging tech hubs...

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Gartner Says the Digital World Re-Invents Industries and Destroys the Boundaries Between Them

Gartner Says the Digital World Re-Invents Industries and Destroys the Boundaries Between Them | Tech Revolution 3.0 | Scoop.it
Digital business applies unprecedented combinations of new technologies to generate revenue and value, so it's imperative that CIOs step up and lead in the digital world, according to Gartner, Inc.

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10 Breakthrough Technologies Introduction | MIT Technology Review

10 Breakthrough Technologies Introduction | MIT Technology Review | Tech Revolution 3.0 | Scoop.it
MIT Technology Review identifies the 10 most important technology milestones of the past year.
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10 Breakthrough Technologies Introduction from MIT Technology Review. See some of the future technologies and innovations. 

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Google is working on a way to run Chrome apps without the full Chrome process

Google is working on a way to run Chrome apps without the full Chrome process | Tech Revolution 3.0 | Scoop.it
Google is working on a minimal environment that allows Chrome packaged apps to run without requiring the whole Chrome process. Currently called app_shell, this is still an experimental ...
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Apps are transforming mobile smartphones and tablets. Now Google Chrome Apps may work without Chrome. This will advance Google Apps further. 

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The Five Most Disruptive Innovations at CES 2014

The Five Most Disruptive Innovations at CES 2014 | Tech Revolution 3.0 | Scoop.it
At CES 2014, we went in search of products and services with the potential to disrupt entire industries. We found dozens of them.

Via Fred Zimny
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Top 5 Disruptive Trends 

1. Embedded sensors – Thanks in large part to the smartphone revolution, innovators now are creating microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), including accelerometers, gyroscopes, and magnetometers. It’s now easy and cheap to embed sensors
into every physical product imaginable, fueling explosive growth for the Internet of Things—the most talked-about trend at CES this year.

 

2. Wearables: The Internet of You – An incredible range of new products have appeared this year that collect information about you and your body– technologies that are poised to revolutionize the massive healthcare sector, especially for aging populations.

 

3. Exponential Energy – Electronic and computer components aren’t the only technology exhibiting exponential improvements in price and performance. Many alternative energy technologies are also becoming better, cheaper, and smaller. We saw dozens of new uses for solar power and improved storage batteries for charging other devices, in many cases without the need for cables and plugs.

 

4. Driverless vehicles – There’s a great deal of buzz about driverless cars, following eye-opening experiments begun in 2009 by Google and others. In reality, automakers have been using technology to make vehicles more autonomous for years, including everything from anti-lock brakes to automatic parking.

 

5. Immersive Interfaces – Last year, in a suite far from the conventional floor, we got an early look at the Oculus Rift, a prototype of virtual reality gaming goggles that was launched only a few months before on Kickstarter. 

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Predictions for 2014: Computing Technologies In The Age Of The Customer

Predictions for 2014: Computing Technologies In The Age Of The Customer | Tech Revolution 3.0 | Scoop.it
With 2013 coming to an end, it’s time to bring out the crystal ball and make some predictions about 2014. Those who follow Forrester’s research will know that we’re living in the age of the customer, a period in which customer obsession will be the...
Paul Aneja - eTrends's insight:

Predictions for 2014 Computing Technologies from Forrester. Key ones include... Mobility: Look for a sustained mobile mind shift. Fragmentation: Watch device proliferation and fragmentation continue. Intelligent assistants: Anticipate their rise to prominence. #Technology #Trends #Architecture #Future

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Mobile Tablets, SmartPhones, Laptop: Pew Internet Research Trends

Mobile Tablets, SmartPhones, Laptop: Pew Internet Research Trends | Tech Revolution 3.0 | Scoop.it
Highlights of the Pew Internet Project’s research related to mobile technology
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Rapidly changing mobile devices trends and adoption:91% of American adults have a cell phone56% of American adults have a smartphone28% of cell owners own an Android; 25% own an iPhone; 4% own a Blackberry34% of American adults own a tablet computer

Highlights from Pew Internet Project’s mobile technology research. Check it out

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How Over 40 Gadgets Converge Into the Tiny Device in Your Pocket

How Over 40 Gadgets Converge Into the Tiny Device in Your Pocket | Tech Revolution 3.0 | Scoop.it
That isn't a cell phone in your pocket. It's every cool gadget from the past 20 years combined into a sleek device you simply cannot live without.
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Apps Convergence with gadgets is driving innovative features and capabilities on SmartPhones. 

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The Tablet Market Is Fragmenting Into Subcategories | Forrester

The Tablet Market Is Fragmenting Into Subcategories | Forrester | Tech Revolution 3.0 | Scoop.it
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Tablets Permutations are expanding into many categories - at much faster rate.

 

Tablet OS (iOS, Android, Windows, Blackberry, forked Android)

Form Factors (eReader, tablet, hybrid, convertible, touchscreen laptop)

Screen Sizes (from 5” phablets and to giant 27” furniture tablets) 


Lets see what future brings...

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CHART: The Difference Between What You Share and What People Want To Read

CHART: The Difference Between What You Share and What People Want To Read | Tech Revolution 3.0 | Scoop.it
You share stuff that makes you look smart. You read stuff that doesn't necessarily.
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Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends For 2013 - Gartner

Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends For 2013 - Gartner | Tech Revolution 3.0 | Scoop.it

Top 10 list from Gartner, from the Gartner Symposium IT Expo 2012.

 

Mobile device battles: Mobile experiences eclipse the desktop experience. Consumerization drives tablets into the enterprise. Cloud and mobile are mutually reinforcing trends. Bring your own device trend accelerates. In 2013, mobile devices will pass PCs to be most common Web access tools. By 2015, over 80% of handsets in mature markets will be smart phones. 20% of those will be Windows phones. By 2015, tablet shipments will be 50% of laptop shipments, with Windows 8 in third place behind Apple and Android. Microsoft‘s share of overall client platform will fall to 60%, and could drop below 50%. In smartphones, Windows could pass RIM to be #3 player, and could be same size as Apple in units by 2015. Windows 8 will be “relatively niche,” with mostly appealing to enterprise buyers.

 
Mobile applications & HTML 5: Through 2014, JavaScript performance will push HTML5 and the browser as a mainstream application developer environment. There will be long shift to HTML5 from native apps as HTML5 becomes more capable. But native apps won’t disappear, and will always offer best experiences.

 

Personal Cloud: Cloud will be center of digital lives, for apps, content and preferences. Sync across devices. Services become more important; devices become less important.

 

Internet of Things: Internet of things is already here. Over 50% of Internet connections are things. In 2011, over 15 billion things on the Web, with 50 billion+ intermittent connections. By 2020, over 30 billion connected things, with over 200 billion with intermittent connections. Key technologies here include embedded sensors, image recognition and NFC. By 2015, in more than 70% of enterprises, a single exec will oversee all Internet connected things. Becomes the Internet of Everything.

 

Hybrid IT and Cloud Computing: Changes role of IT. IT departments must play more roles in coordinating IT related activities.

 

Strategic Big Data: Organizations need to focus on non-traditional data types and externa data sources. Hadoop and NoSQL gain momentum. Big data will meet social. Five richest big data sources on the Web include social graph, intent graph, consumption graph, interest graph and mobile graph. Concept of single corporate data warehouse is dead. Multiple systems need to be tied together.

 

Actionable Analytics: Cloud, packaged analytics and big data accelerates in 2013, 2014. Can now perform analytics and simulation on every action taken in business. Mobile devices will have access to the data, supporting business decision making.
Mainstream In-Memory Computing: Changes expectations, designs and architectures. Can boost performance and response times.

 

Enables real-time self service business intelligence. SAP and others will accelerate delivery of applications in 2012/2013 to leverage in memory capability.

 

Integrated Ecosystems: More packaging of software and services to address infrastructure or application workload. There will be more shipment of “appliances,” with software delivered as hardware. New trend: virtual appliances, which Gartner sees gaining in popularity over the next five years.

 

Enterprise App Stores: By 2014, there will be more than 70 billion mobile app downloads from app stores every year. Also by 2014, most organizations will deliver mobile apps to workers via private application stores.

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Phaedra Pardue's curator insight, March 20, 2013 11:23 PM

Spot on.

Richard Platt's curator insight, September 29, 2013 12:44 PM

A decent list by Gartner, they at least got three that are my roadmap, now guess which ones are?