The Rise of E-Readers

July 12, 2014

More than one in ten Americans now own e-readers. Here, we take a look at what that means for the state of reading in America. Source


Cool New Robot App

May 9, 2014

The Robots App Store put together an interesting and thought provoking infographic covering the potential market for robot applications over the next few years. While the infographic does seem to get a bit over-the-top with some of its claims, like implying that the NAO robot can feed your family pet while you’re away, I tend […]


Future Military Helmet Provides Supernatural Vision

May 8, 2014

Science and technology drive the U.S. military’s development of weaponry and equipment. In the past 10 years, improvements in military vision technologies have paved the way for a more transparent battlefield through used of specialized headsets that provide foot soldiers with a 95-degree field of vision, satellite views, and synthetic vision. Unfortunately, the cost of […]


Mobile Apps in the Enterprise Are the Future

April 29, 2014

Your laptop isn’t irrelevant yet, but it might be soon. Sales of web-enabled smartphones, tablets, and e-readers have surpassed web-enabled laptops, notebooks, and desktop computers. Mobile apps in the business sphere is the future.


The Internet in 2015

April 11, 2014

The Internet in 5 years will see the dawn of the Zettabyte Era and an overtaking of Web traffic with video consumption at the helm. Source


Mobile Security: Smishing, Vishing, And The Rise Of Mobile Computing

March 22, 2014

The mobile computing landscape is drastically changing. More functionality and adoption means more hackers are targeting mobile devices. This year marks the first year smartphones will out sell all other computers combined, including mainframe computers, desktops, laptops, and tablet PCs. Take a look at this infographic to learn more about the latest mobile security trends […]


The End of the Computer as We Know It

March 22, 2014

What will the future of hold for computers? The graphic below attempts to answer that, speculating that quantum computing will soon become a commercial reality as well as integrated optics, which uses light instead of electrons to communicate, leading to many advantages. Even DNA-based computers are a possibility. Whatever advances may happen to PCs, let’s […]


Envisioning The Future of Technology

February 23, 2014

This is a speculative and subjective overview of potential future technologies. Based on personal research and observations, this map is intended to facilitate predictions of where we’re going, as well as provoke thought and stimulate debate. Source


Anatomy of a Smart City

January 24, 2014

Over half of the world’s population lives in cities already and this number is expected to grow to almost 70% by 2050. Here’s a glimpse at how ‘smarter’ cities can help us cope with this population growth and create the adaptable and sustainable cities of the future. Source


The Internet of Things

December 31, 2013

This infographic provides a snapshot of how the number of connected devices has exploded since the birth of the Internet and the PC, as well as a glimpse forward to 2020. The Internet may be huge, but it’s going to get alot bigger. Source


Growth of the Cloud

December 14, 2013

SAN JOSE, Calif.– Nov. 29, 2011 – In the inaugural Cisco® Global Cloud Index (2010 – 2015) issued today, Cisco estimates global cloud computing traffic will grow 12-fold from 130 exabytes to reach a total of 1.6 zettabytes annually by 2015, a 66 percent compound annual growth rate Source


Envisioning the Near Future of Technology

November 21, 2013

The future of technology is right around the corner but the big question is – what area will be the next big advancement be? Will robots soon take over human jobs or is the next website destined to be bigger than Facebook on the horizon? It will be interesting to see what the human brain […]