As Google Glass enters our society, we need to be sure that us as parents understand the anticipated effects on safety and privacy. Although we can't control others' behavior, we can be social media role models for our kids.
Here are some apps that I feel have transcended the niche medical category and gone into the widely used and useful category.
Wearable Technology has captured the public imagination, raising hopes, fears, and expectations.
We need to recognize that the current "sharing" economy of Internet commerce is rapidly eroding our ability to portray our character, value, and lives within a context where we have sovereignty over how we're broadcast to the world.
We're getting closer to the machine all the time; our transactive partners now ride in our pockets. But what will happen as they move even closer to our minds?
The Device Revolution is fueling and information avalanche. And while social signals will get smarter, and crowd-based information will rapidly highly popularity, the critical element of the Curation Economy is human... and we're just getting started.
Are you prepared for how this will change your business and how your customers interact with you?
Wearable technologies bring up a plethora of new ways of breaching etiquette, allowing technology to come in between us (physically or metaphorically) and changing the way we interact. So there is valid reason for wearable anxiety.
In this week's issue, Jaweed Kaleem looks at the state of American conversation around "the big questions," as students return to college campuses across the country. And elsewhere in the issue, we feature the voice of New York farmer Bob Comis, who reflects on his own humanity in a haunting piece about killing for a living.
While I'm excited about the future prospects of wearable tech, I think the industry has a lot of hurdles to get past before we can see strong sellers in this market. For now, these products seem best suited for niche markets -- hardcore techies and health/fitness buffs.
The Google Glass is easily one of the most influential pieces of technology I have ever used. This is not because it takes good video and pictures, but it's because it will be what people use for their daily lives.
If we are going to let cloud-based computers operate like our eyes and ears, and allow for videos and recordings to be fed to Google's corporate cloud without the public's knowledge, invasion of privacy laws better apply.
Google Glass is a novel interface to access information hands-free, faster, and easier. The value of Google Glass will ultimately depend on the type of functionalities that will be tied to this unique interface.
Walking into the Barclay's center it was easy to feel the buzz and hum of excitement for the event ahead but also for this thing on my face! I imagine wearing glass in public is a lot like being a little famous.
I love going to the AlwaysOn Innovation Summit held in Silicon Valley each summer whose marquee event is to unveil and honor the top 250 innovative te...
I love going to the Always On Innovation Summit held in Silicon Valley each summer whose marquee event is to unveil and honor the top 250 innovative technology companies of the year.