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“If these walls could speak…” The phrase invokes wonder and horror, depending on who you are, and what may have happened within the walls in question. Surprisingly, we’re now at a place in history where we can envision a time where the walls might actually be able to speak. And the imagination of this scenario invokes utopian and dystopian visions of what the extreme scenarios might be.
In a world where all of our online actions can be recorded, the ability to have a regular conversation digitally is a refreshing change. If you go out for coffee with a friend, you don’t need to worry that everything you say is being recorded for all time. Ephemeral messaging tries to recreate that natural conversation feeling.
While presenters at Percolate’s full house Transition 2014 Conference at The TimesCenter in New York City last week debated the future of marketing, I believe most marketers in attendance left knowing they face a big conundrum. Has technology and social disruption accelerated the beginning of the end or end of the beginning for CMOs?
Brandwatch partnered with Brilliant Noise to analyze over 8 million online conversations around wearable technology, to find out what consumers really think about the tech trend and how they are discussing it. This blog showcases an infographic displaying the data findings, and discusses key trends including the top brands and products in the social buzz.
We’ve witnessed the network effect of the telegraph, telephone, fax, email, social networks. As things become connected, the potential benefits and outcomes grow exponentially. With the addition of every new node in the network, the value to both the network and the node increases.
The Google Contact Lens was a project announced back in January this year under the product family of Google X. Bringing the future one step closer to us by putting technology literally right in front of our eyes, Google may soon be able to release the smart contact lens on the market.
With 450 million regular users sending 20 billion messages per day, WhatsApp is demonstrating in real-time how disruption emerges out of nowhere. Orange Silicon Valley, the Bay Area division of the French telecommunications company, sees this phenomenon as a new billion-dollar hunt for digital “unicorns.”
The whole world is waiting to see the final game - a tussle between Argentina and Germany. There is no better time than now to focus on how technologically advanced this year’s World Cup is. Is it different from what the game was in 2010? Definitely. Here's how.
It’s fairly well established, or at least becoming more so, that our best works often build on the input of others. New research from the University of Washington highlights how collaborative knowledge sharing can also be incredibly effective for the robotic members of our workforce.
In nearly every concentration of leadership, men outnumber women. We have come to accept this current state of affairs, much as we rail against it, but nowhere is this more evident in my world than in the leadership of rapidly developing technology.