Augmented reality (AR) is offering phenomenal opportunities where users can communicate with visually impressive overlays, merging the real world with digital data. The technology is tipped to disrupt the aerospace industry.
Retailing giant Amazon has launched its own palm recognition technology that lets customers effortlessly make payments.
Who would have thought that the likes of books depicting fictional universes, and futuristic realities, could actually contain predictions about the future in the real world.
The virtual reality market is growing rapidly. Currently valued at $15.8bn, the market is expected to reach $120.5bn by 2026.
Apple’s sixth-generation watch redefines health and wellness capabilities of wearable tech, and it’s here in the nick of time
The $300 Oura Smart Ring is a personal health tracker that is capable of measuring body pulse, sleep quality, heart rate as well as skin temperature.
The coronavirus pandemic has forced sports fans to stay home for the foreseeable future. As a result, global sports leagues are under pressure to innovate and keep the games as normal as possible.
The autonomous delivery robots market is growing rapidly. During 2020-2024, the market is expected to grow by $USD16.86 billion.
The WHO is taking on an AI initiative to get the world’s 1.3 billion tobacco users to kick the habit and quit for good. Let’s meet Florence, their first virtual health worker.
Revisiting the project amid the pandemic, has our view of virtual art changed?
Augmented Reality (AR) has been dominating user experience (UX) and with the COVID-19 pandemic, many people have been turning to AR apps to help pass their time.
As several businesses were caught in a race against time to come up with ideas that would keep their businesses running in the thick of the Corona pandemic, publishers, and bookstores alike, saw a rise in the number of Ebooks purchased.
The COVID-19 outbreak has forced organisations and schools to adopt remote working and studying. Additionally, more people are subscribing to streaming services and accessing content online. This has caused a significant uptick in internet usage, placing big demands on network providers.
Consumer behaviour has changed drastically amid the COVID-19 outbreak. The number of visits to stores has decreased significantly. Whilst online shopping has seen a spike in sales, physical stores have been left to deal with loss of business.
The UK has seen challenging months with the country coming to a halt due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Research shows that the number of cashless transactions is growing during lockdown. In fact, according to Asian Banker’s research, the number of cashless payments is forecasted to rise by 9% in leading economies in 2020.
After the outbreak and spread of Covid-19, a lot of companies were left having to think on their feet and, while some of them resorted to complete shut downs and having to sack a large number of their employees, others decided to take a different route and use platforms which would enable them to keep as many of their employees and clients as possible.
The African diaspora is booming with young and talented innovators with dreams of changing the world, one innovation at a time.
As the coronavirus crisis compels global workforce to operate remotely, the surge in cyberattacks emerges as another challenge for them to overcome
Are the changes we’re making for coronavirus a short term fix or a long term improvement?
The Joint European Disruptive Initiative launches the JEDI COVID-19 Challenge to use high-performance computing and AI to fast-track aid the development of therapeutics
The time is now for AI to take the rein as workforces across the globe isolate to reduce transmission