IT’S undeniable that the world is steadily and constantly changing every day to accommodate new inventions that seem to make everything a tad simpler. And a good chunk of these changes has been brought about by technology. For instance, who would have ever thought that technology would reach the heights
In the middle of the nineteenth century, archaeologists found the earliest known locking devices at the Palace of Khorsabad in what is now Iraq. The contraption, a wooden pin lock, dates back to around 4000 B.C. The pins inside the locking mechanism prevented the wooden bolt securing the door from
Hearables are the newest trend in wearable technology, and it’s easy to see why: people have always enjoyed listening to their music discreetly, on-the-go. Therefore, taking the technology normal earbuds and headsets have even further is the obvious next step. If you are new to this type of technology or
Travelling, in its various forms, is a pastime that many of us indulge in, whether we want to go aboard to be by beautiful, blue waters, or if we want to stay local and investigate hidden gems. There have been several concerns thrown at Caravanning. It’s a fuddy-duddy way of
From smart kitchens and ovens that alert you when your stew is cooked and TVs that instantly translate any shows’ language to your language of choice, to alarm systems that use facial recognition to tell whether you are being robbed or a friend is simply visiting, the Internet of Things
The blockchain – a decentralized digital transactions ledger – sounds boring next to the trendy products grabbing the attention and wallets of the crowdfunding folks. You may be more familiar with its high intrigue sub-theme as the platform for cryptocurrencies, led by Bitcoin, aiming to disintermediate the global monetary system.
The blockchain technology industry is expanding fast. Few technologies are more primed to be a catalyst for disruption than blockchain. One research report has projected that the blockchain market will expand from US$ 210 million in 2016 to US$ 2.3 billion in 2021. That’s an annual growth rate of more
It’s difficult to make the case that venture capitalist (VCs) are threatened by the crowdfunding phenomenon. Incubators such as YCombinator and Techstars imply no shortage of entrepreneurs in the startup pipeline fiercely competing for the opportunity to draw from the vast coffers of their experienced, sophisticated, and wealthy VC mentors.
Blockchain technology – a decentralized digital transactions ledger – sounds boring next to the trendy products grabbing the attention and wallets of the crowdfunding folks. It’s high intrigue sub-theme as the platform for cryptocurrencies that aim to disintermediate the global monetary system sounds more exciting, but the duller accounting function
SleepPeanut by Sen.se, this little smart genie wants to track the sleep quality of its users. 35% of people report their sleep quality as “poor” or “only fair”, 35.3% sleep less than 7 hours per day. Sleep deprivation affects one in five adults. According to the National Sleep Foundation, an