Virtual reality seems to be able to increase the fear factor without even steeper drops, more loops and faster acceleration rates. Perhaps it is because virtual reality will always be a more private experience - like playing Dead Space in a dark room surrounded by pizza boxes.
I often dash to my phone to check out a new notification and find that I've been tagged in yet another photo on Facebook. I always feel slight trepidation when this happens, because I don't know what's in that picture. I don't know how I look, and I can't join in the following conversation that the picture inevitably sparks off among friends.
Companies need to deploy a range of different strategies to help ideas flourish and innovation projects succeed. And the finance function can help create a framework that promotes clarity, transparency and financial discipline across that portfolio.
Perhaps somewhere along the way we as women lose the curiosity to try and understand how things work and how to solve problems. Personally I think it is far more likely there is an image problem with technology and I believe we should be able to do something about this if we work together.
We humans adore measuring things. The love affair started as early as the 4th and 5th millennia BC when the ancient peoples of Egypt, Mesopotamia, and...
The term teleportation was first coined in 1931 by American writer Charles Fort and, decades later, researchers are really getting the hang of it! Why is this amazing? Because that's one step closer to transporting fully solid matter which could mean that, somewhere down the road, you won't need that bus pass!
Many see Google Glass as the latest shady uncle at the Christmas family get-together, casting his dubious and piercing glare across the innocent faces of privacy and information protection. Yet, the world we live in is far from being innocent and even further from being private.
teve Jobs famously said "You have to start with the customer experience and work backwards to the technology - not the other way round." Try doing this with Online Video. Sometimes you watch it because it's the best way to understand something (how to tie a bowtie), sometimes because it's the only option.
The selection of Marissa Mayer as the CEO of Yahoo put women in technology well and truly in the spotlight. According to Lady Geek, you don't have to have a 'magnetic attraction' to computers; you do not have to live and breathe them, instead you need a keen mind, a willingness to learn and a healthy interest.
I recently attended a conference held by the London Business School, focussing on Corporate Sustainability. The conference was interesting because it looked specifically at the future of corporate sustainability and the importance of innovation in achieving this.
Birmingham is still able to make goods that include the best design and involve creativity and innovation; just not in the archaic factories that once characterised the local landscape. And it is not just manufactured goods such as cars; jewellery and fashion and art can be added to the list.