One techie tells how taking a regular break from gadgets boosts her productivity and creativity.
Can a robot do your job better than you can? Probably not now, but advancements in artificial intelligence will eventually make service jobs obsolete, according to the makers of this infographic.
This data will come to life at Mochi Media’s one-day event, Flash Gaming Summit 5, March 24, 2013 in San Francisco. This conference will be dedicated to fostering the growth and success of today’s game creators and publishers.
Diversity has edged up to the foreground in recent weeks as a chronic problem in the tech industry, but one attempt to address gender diversity is meeting with criticism by male tech impresarios.
It turns out that we’re not all on Facebook all day, every day. This infographic shows marketers in different industries how to catch people when they’re in the mood for everything from finance to fast food, any day of the week.
Something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue…and a smartphone? These days a wedding isn’t a wedding without technology and a new infographic that Sparkle ‘N Dazzle Co. Wedding Rings has shared exclusively with us illustrates just how social weddings have become.
An amazing new video that was uploaded earlier this week to the Microsoft Office videos YouTube channel and is going viral today, reveals Microsoft’s vision of the future.
A new infographic from video chat app Rounds called The Evolution of the Long-Distance Relationship explores the ways in which technology has developed throughout history to make long distance relationships easier.
What if the windows in your car were interactive touch screens that let your passengers engage with their surroundings on road trips? An amazing new video from Toyota Belgium called ‘Window to the World’ simulates this vehicle concept—demonstrating what interactive passenger-side windows might look like.
The time of the wristwatch has almost assuredly passed us by. The ubiquity of cells phones has replaced the need of most people to wear one, and those that do sport a watch more often than not use it as a fashion accessory. There is little need to tell time, and surely anything that a watch can possibly do, a smart phone can do better. Right?