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Top 10 Predictions for Technology in 2014

Microsoft may get its mojo back, smartphones will get cheap, and we’re about to enter the Year of Encryption. A look at what to expect in telecom and …

6 Big Tech Debuts to Watch in 2014 | Inc.com

It's that time of year again... the season for predicting what's coming in the year ahead. Last year, I came up six tech developments for start-ups to watch in 2013. Some were just rumors at the time, but I'm happy to report that most of them happened as I predicted.<p>This year, I've rounded up …

Gear & Gadgets

World Cup 2014: Predicting Quarterfinal, Semifinal and Final Encounters

“All in one rhythm” may be the slogan for the 2014 World Cup, but the phrase can’t exactly be applied to fans' predictions for FIFA’s showcase event.<p>Opinions are varied on who will lift the world’s most recognised trophy on Jul. 13 next year. While host nation Brazil are the favourites with most …

Soccer

Top 10 Predictions For 2014

2014 is shaping up to be a very interesting year- both politically and economically. A few months ago, this did not seem to be the case. But the recent government shutdown, launch problems with Obamacare, the rise of Elizabeth Warren and other events have combined to set-up an intriguing year …

2014: The Year of Small(er) Data | Inc.com

You've likely heard so much about Big Data this year that it's become a permanent fixture in your corporate vocabulary. As if on cue as the year winds to a close, now a consultancy has declared 2014 as the year of "small data."<p>I know--who would have thought that a business would unilaterally …

2014: The Year In Science

The 20 ideas, trends, and breakthroughs that will shape our world in 2014<p><b>Lasers Unleash A Flood Of Space Data</b><p>In January 2013, the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter received a historic transmission: an image of the <i>Mona Lisa</i>. It was the first time scientists used a laser to send data to the moon, a feat …

2014 is the year of the internet of things—no, seriously, we mean it this time

<i>The first in a series.</i><p>It’s fair to say that more people have heard of the “internet of things” than have experienced it. There is breathless press coverage of the phenomenon—always patiently re-explained by tech pundits as the trend by which all of our most mundane possessions will become …