Tag: Emerging Tech

Amazon Go: The Next Way Amazon Will Control The World

a picture of amazon go, new convenience storefront in seattle, wa

If anyone needs a prime example of a company that has ventured far beyond its original intended business model, I wholeheartedly believe that Amazon is the perfect example of that ambitious company.   What started on July 5, 1994 in Seattle, as a company meant to sell literature on the growing internet marketplace, has transformed into a valuable… Read More

Test Your Personality Based On Facebook Posts

How much do you really know about yourself? Do you view yourself one way, but everyone else tells you the opposite? There might be an easy way to get a better idea of your personality.   There are different personality tests across the internet. However, you might no longer need to look far for some… Read More

SXSW 2014: Edward Snowden Speaks at Interactive Conference

SXSW 2014 has already drawn a lot of attention. (Rodolfo Gonzalez/Austin360.com)

Arguably the largest festival of its kind in the world, the South by Southwest (SXSW) Festival is a set of three conferences – interactive, music, and film – held every spring in Austin, Texas. SXSW is considered the “signature event” of Austin, and it is the highest revenue producing event for the Austin economy. Since… Read More

Robo Suit Gives Wearer Superhuman Strength

As if we needed another excuse to get excited for the next Iron Man movie, this new technology is sure to stir up some buzz among movie lovers and comic book enthusiasts alike. Developed at the Perceptual Robotics Laboratory in Italy, this robotic suit will give the wearer the ability to lift 50kg with each arm (or a little… Read More

Users Will Be Able To ‘Feel’ Objects on Tablet

Sometimes, the only thing missing from an online shopping experience is being able to “feel” the objects you are thinking about buying. But, what if we tell you that there is a new tablet that will let you do this?   Reports from the just concluded Mobile World Congress in Barcelona suggest that Japanese company… Read More