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Interesting slideshare from: http://www.psfk.com/2016/01/mastercard-wearable-technology-seamless-payments-digital-security-trends.html
A while back I was privileged to try out Oculus Rift and it opened up (again) the vision that the future of entertainment will be more than just flat 2D screens. I was then excited to hear that Facebook bought Oculus and have bene waiting with anticipation since. While I was busy moving my home
2015 seems to be the year of the wearables. The recent news that the iWatch is finally being launched soon is testament to this, and being a tech-lover of course I want one. However I have to think realistically about why my Fitbit lasted on my wrist less than two months before I decided to
Google have long been talking about the self-driving car – one of their moonshot projects for Google X – and now its all over the media as they reveal a prototype that they will be testing this summer. The new car has no steering wheel, brakes or accelerator and drives up to 25mph, designed for
Deloitte’s latest report: Media Consumer Survey 2014. The digital divide makes for an interesting read – nearly half of the households included own at least one smartphone, tablet and personal computer , a third of smartphone users play games and radio is most definitely not dead. You can read it all here: http://www.deloitte.co.uk/mediaconsumer2/
You can now see where your friends are by turning on Facebook’s new feature – Nearby Friends. By opting in to this brand new feature you can share your location with a group of friends you select and if your friends opt in too they’ll be able to see when you are nearby. Handy when
“iPad” was one of the first 50 words my daughter learnt to say. No surprise being the daughter of a geek mom, but this isn’t as uncommon as you think. A new US study announced this week states that nearly 2 in five children have used a tablet or smartphone before they can speak full
The tablet is still reigning with Apple’s new unveiling of the Apple’s iPad Air, a smaller, lighter, faster tablet in the Apple range. And just in time for Christmas! Analyst Gartner expects worldwide sales of (all) tablet shipments to grow 53.4% this year – that’s reaching 184million units! While traditional PC shipments are still high,
Help for Heroes has jumped on the charity gaming bandwagon and launched their ‘Hero Bears’ Game. The development of the app was donated to them by Appy Nation and Supersonic Software and the idea of the game is to navigate around an obstacle course carrying a wounded bear while picking up tokens as you go.