Some of the technologies listed below are not widely popular yet. But these are already putting the positive impact in our day to day lives.
Effie, the first home appliance for ironing, takes care of the most mundane and boring tasks you have to do-Ironing. In fact, the team behind Effie believes that Ironing takes ages, it’s hard to do well and it’s a waste of time.
Quora's Systems has recently been breached by a malicious third party. According to reports the breach has comprised information about 100 Million users.
FireFighters use their hands to detect surface in burning buildings. How safe is that? C-Thru eliminates this by outlining burning buildings and projecting useful data on a head-mounted AR display.
Researchers from Harvard and MIT have developed Smart Tatto Ink. Finally, something that will convince your parents to allow you getting Tattoed.
Apple will be releasing 5G in iPhone by 2020. Apple is planning to use Intel 8161 modem chip to iPhone. we have to wait until it's widely available.
Did you recently log out from Facebook even though you don't remember doing so? If that is the case, know that Facebook was hacked recently. Yes! It might sound impossible but it happened. And another reason to worry is, roughly 50 Million user accounts were affected by this breach.
You should always keep updated with the latest technology trends to keep yourself relevant. Many new technologies are emerging and some have already built a strong foothold in the mainstream market.
Internet-based solutions can improve our lifestyle to unimaginable extents. And needless to say, the thought of its implementation in building Smart Cities isn't something new. In fact, IOT in Smart City seems like the most important topic to talk about given the current global scenario
World's Largest Vertical Farm will cover 130,000 square feet, production output is 900 acres of farmland and its first product will be suppled to Emirates Flight Catering’s customers.