Tech Trends 2015

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Technologies that will impact consumers and businesses in the year ahead

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Weekly Innovation: Turn A 3 D Printer into a Tattoo Machine Technology Gadgets, Tech Gadgets, Cool Gadgets, New Technology, Future Gadgets, Impression 3d, Innovation, 3d Printing Machine, X Tattoo

Weekly Innovation: Turn A 3-D Printer Into A Tattoo Machine

Body art, made possible by a clever hack. It all started when a young student in France was riding his bike on the way to design school.

Infographic: The Internet of Things The Internet of Things includes everything from smartphone apps that control your homes lights and temperature from afar to real-time analytics that help ease traffic congestion and city parking woes, according to SAP. Marketing Trends, Inbound Marketing, Internet Marketing, Content Marketing, Mobile Marketing, Marketing Plan, Business Marketing, Online Marketing, Big Data

Infographic: The Internet of Things

Machine to Machine technology is the next step in information and data management, according to an infographic by SAP.

Cyberpunk The Borg have arrived. Taktischer Helm, Steampunk, Arte Robot, Arte Cyberpunk, Cyberpunk Fashion, Futuristic Technology, Technology Gadgets, Tech Gadgets, Technology Design

Why Oculus Rift Will Be the Biggest Tech Story of 2015 – And Change Your Life Forever - Creator by WeWork

Consumer tech washes over us in waves, Yet the crowds that still stand in line to grab the latest iPhone are there because of Apple’s marketing prowess rather than technical innovation. It’s not very often that genuinely innovative technology comes to market. Still less often does that new technology change the way we think and …

iRobot Roomba 780 Vacuum Cleaning Robot for Pets and Allergies. The iRobot Roomba 780 vacuum cleaning robot removes up to of dirt dust and pet hair on its own at the touch of a button. Vacuum Reviews, Pet Allergies, Futuristic Home, I Robot, Best Vacuum, Home Gadgets, Clean House, Cleaning Hacks, Floor Cleaning

Keep your Roomba running in tip-top shape

Follow these maintenance tips to keep your Roomba running at peak performance (and have a little fun disassembling its parts).

4 Reasons Why Apple’s iBeacon Is About to Disrupt Interaction Design Interaction Design, Mobile Marketing, Digital Marketing, Bluetooth Low Energy, Use Case, Mobile Design, Top Gifts, Interface Design, Mobile Ui

4 Reasons Why Apple's iBeacon Is About to Disrupt Interaction Design

An emerging, invisible infrastructure will give designers an entirely new technological frontier to explore.

released this amazing campaign yesterday where they let 8 million brightly colored petals explode from a volcano in Costa Rica.The 8 mi. Tv Adverts, Tv Ads, Costa Rica, Million Flowers, Design Floral, Graphic Design, Great Ads, Film Inspiration, The Beautiful Country

Sony 4K - Four times the detail

For more information on the range of 4K Ultra HD TV products from Sony, follow this link http://www.sony.co.uk/4k.Get closer to reality with Sony 4K TV. The ...

Nintendo hit with its first lawsuit over the Switch’s design Multifunction Printer, Box Tv, In Law Suite, Nintendo 3ds, Apple Ipad, Remote, Nerd Stuff, Games, Android

Wikipad iPad Gamevice Unboxing & Demo

At CES 2015, Wikipad President Fraser Townley unboxes and demos the new Gamevice controller for Apple iPad at CES 2015.Subscribe for daily gaming industry ne...

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Why South Africans need to review their IT security practices

President Jacob Zuma signed the Protection of Personal Information Act (POPI) into law on 27th November 2013. The bill will see companies needing to protect consumers' private information at all costs. Failure to do so will result in penalties and fines. In a recent article, Samuel Mungadze says, "Companies will face potential multimillion-Rand fines, civil claims and reputational damage unless they upgrade IT security systems ahead of the implementation of new privacy laws."