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Whatever happened to Google Glass?

Once upon a time, not long ago, Google Glass was the promise of the future of technology. It was an innovative, cool device that gave us a blend of the latest in augmented and cloud technologies – and it was wearable! A computer on your face that can give directions, connect to LinkedIn, make phone… Read the full post

Will 2015 be the year of the robots?

For years people have been speculating when robots might be ready to go mainstream. Back at the beginning of 2007, Bill Gates famously declared robots as the “next big thing” and that the industry was at the same place as the PC market in the late 70s – just ready to take off! Well, we’ve… Read the full post

How to retrain and retool for the digital workforce

We hear more and more today about the “digital workforce” and its implications on the future of business. What exactly is the DW and what does it mean for your organization? One credible resource puts it this way: “The digital workplace is the collection of all of the digital tools provided by an organization to… Read the full post

What’s the next big thing in mobile

Ever since the first iPhone release over 7 years ago, the mobile revolution has been unabated. Smartphone sales and tablets sales continue to rise and desktop sales are steadily dropping. In fact, global PC sales fell a record 9.8% in 2013 and are expected to drop 6% in 2014 with downward trends continuing through 2018.… Read the full post

Top 10 things you need to know about machine learning

Earlier this year two MIT experts, Erik Brynjolffson and Andy McAfee, published a book called The Second Machine Age in which they showcase how digital technologies are vastly redefining and reinventing our lives and economy along with our very notions of work, progress, and prosperity. Picking up on this theme, here’s what they have to… Read the full post

Why Apple Pay will change the way we pay

I don’t know about you but I seldom carry cash anymore. It seems like the only time I really use it is for the occasional parking meter and highway toll. Credit cards and debit cards are accepted just about everywhere and they are much more convenient than fumbling around for dollars and cents. However, the… Read the full post

Is your website mobile friendly and holiday ready?

For as long as anyone can remember the U.S. Thanksgiving Weekend has served as the unofficial kickoff for the holiday shopping season. The retail industry has actually crowned 2 days for marking this transition: “Black Friday” (the day after Thanksgiving) and “Cyber-Monday” (the Monday after Black Friday) and traditionally the biggest online spending day of… Read the full post

Why freelancing on the side can be a smart career move

The changing landscape of work today means that people can now increasingly do their jobs anywhere, anytime, and anyhow they wish. Breakthroughs in communication technologies have been a key enabler of this trend. Thanks to computers, smartphones, email, instant messaging and video-conferencing, workers today have access to multiple ways to fulfill their job responsibilities without… Read the full post