Editor’s note: Jaap Bloem is a principal analyst at VINT (vision, inspiration, navigation, trends), the Capgemini SogetiLabs trend lab, specializing in impact and risk analysis for technology-driven business
Although we all fume at our phones and computers sometimes, technology really is incredible. It has changed the way we work, making it faster, easier and cheaper than ever to do business on a global scale.
Earlier this month the U.S. Navy's research office rented out a conference center in Washington, D.C., to show off some of its hottest new technology. On display was an electromagnetic gun, and drones
Tim Urban has created a wonderful series of infographics over at "Wait But Why." The graphics illustrate "your life in weeks." If you're an American male and you make it to the average life expectancy
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1. The FAA has proposed new drone laws that could be a major headache for Amazon. Under the new laws, Amazon's drone delivery program would be unable to operate. 2. Apple has hired British radio DJ Zane
Scientists at the University of Cambridge have identified a crucial molecule that could put the brakes on the damage to the brain The onset of Alzheimer’s disease could be delayed by a molecule that occurs
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