The now Oscar-winning Spike Jonze movie 'Her' explores how our relationship with technology may change as it becomes more sophisticated
Finally it's happening. You're on stage. Under the lights. Staring out into the audience. A conference of hundreds. A sea of faces, each focused on you, hungry for your insights, primed for your wisdom. You smile and your gaze drops to the autocue. It's dead. The carefully crafted words locked away and, in the panic that washes over you, completely irretrievable from your mind...
The annual pilgramage to CES this year created quite an impression. The big themes were relentless connectivity and tracking, the concept of the Internet of Everything from Cisco, basically the intersection of humans, objects and technology and finally wearable technology.
The CES 2014 showcased a plethora of gadgetry designed benefit those people in our society who are more vulnerable.
This week, the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has certainly shown that if a tech product isn't linked up to a consumer's lifestyle, it's just not fully embracing 'technology'. It's fair to say that everyone wants a piece of the tech pie.
Wearable tech is hot on the lips of every attendee at the 2014 CES, which is underway in Las Vegas. But with smartwatches having so far failed to capture our imaginations, manufacturers could have their work cut out to convince us we should be wearing our gadgets, rather than holding them.
A big theme amidst the gadgetry at CES this year, The Connected Home, is turning into a real-life domestic internet you live in. So what exactly could your home look like by 2020?
As part of DG MediaMind's Innovation Team, I was lucky enough to visit Las Vegas for the annual technology gadget overload that is CES. This year's sh...
Thirty years ago a "thinking car" was the stuff of fantasy TV dramas. Three decades later a new breed of intelligent automobiles have driven off the set of Knight Rider and onto our roads making it easier than ever before to navigate from place to place.
The local tourist campaign says what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. Actually last week, the idea was that what happens in Vegas ends up in your living room, your pocket or even your kitchen.
At CES this year, Victorinox announced their latest offering - the Victorinix SSD, which is both a Swiss Army Knife and also a 1 TB (you read that correctly, 1 TB) solid state drive (SSD).
Each year at CES, Microsoft kick off proceedings with the keynote address, and then they have one of the largest areas at the event itself. Well, all that will change after next year. Here is what Microsoft said today...