The smartphone has been the most successful electronics product ever, having absorbed in itself the capabilities of the PC, camera, TV, sat-nav, and more along the way. The smartphone has opened massive doors of innovation and opportunity within technology. It is our constant digital companion and go-to device for almost everything: communication, web browsing, listening… Continue reading Are we at the end of the smartphone era?
Telemedicine ("medicine at a distance" from the Greek "tele" - far, far) was formed at the junction of several areas - medicine, telecommunications and information technology. This is a method of providing medical care services when distance is a critical factor. That explains why the first country to start using telemedicine was Norway with its… Continue reading Telemedicine: Present and future
When it comes to communications between machines, the terms Machine to Machine (M2M) and the Internet of Things (IoT) are seemingly similar to each other. In fact, there is a very strong connection between both terms, which is why, they are often used as the same. However, that is a mistake because there are substantial… Continue reading M2M. Main differences with IoT. Trend Industries for using.
Machine learning A breakthrough in the technology of artificial intelligence and its active use in practice is the trend of the last two-three years. If earlier the creation of a high-quality machine translation system required a decade, now startups can offer consumers quite a competitive product in this area within one year. Machine learning is… Continue reading Top Strategic Technology Trends for 2017
By 2020, more than 24 billion internet-connected devices will be installed globally — that's more than 4 devices for every human on earth. The Internet of Things first reached users on PCs. Then it migrated to smartphones, tablets, smartwatches, and TVs. This growth surely brings several benefits, as it will change the way people fulfill… Continue reading The IoT vs Security