Technology news from the future
These search results are from across the Techday Network of sites
Tech Futures Lab launches Digital Suitcase to upskill everyday adults
Digital Suitcase is an online platform that teaches everyday adults digital knowledge that they need to thrive in the digital world.
Is it an elixir? Is it a bottle? No, it's a wireless charger
Wireless charging has had a redesign, you might say.
Wellington showing off blockchain and AR innovation for Techweek ’18
“When you see them in action, it’s a lot easier to understand how New Zealand, as a nation, can solve global problems using this technology.”
The VR/AR market could be worth $1.8 billion in 2018
Gaming remains the primary reason for sales of VR devices and this is unlikely to change over the next few years.
A glance at the future: Mind-reading AI, VR journalism & radical collaboration
Let's imagine a situation in which a police department of the future adopts "mind-reading" technology to predict a crime before it even happens.
AR/VR headset market forecast to rocket 48.5% in 2018
After its brief hiccup in 2017, the augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) headsets market is set to offer opportunities aplenty.
AR to find more serious commercial applications on its surest bet, mobile
Ovum research analyst Guillermo Escofet delves into augmented reality (AR) and whether the market has potential for future commercial applications.
Bose unveils audio AR glasses, $50m funding for startups innovating for it
Rather than superimposing visual objects on the real world, Bose AR adds an audible layer of information and experiences.
Survey reveals next three years to be crucial for IT in Aussie retail
More than half confided their company would need to adopt new technology within the next three years in order to evolve and stay competitive.
Gartner’s ten predictions for smartphone AI developments
Analysts predict 80% of smartphones shipped will have on-device AI capabilities by 2022.
AR or VR? GlobalData says one will offer far greater opportunities
Both of these technologies often make the headlines as 'game changers', but GlobalData says only one is set to completely disrupt modern business.
AWS announces new development platform for VR, AR, and 3D apps
VR and AR apps created in Amazon Sumerian will run in any browser that supports WebGL or WebVR graphics rendering.
Feel Good AR could teach you how to save money and the planet
Activated through an Australian, European or New Zealand currency note, the AR app has been developed by RaboDirect to engage its customers...
Kiwi VR market set to be worth $320m, employment to double
Globally, AR is predicted to be the fastest growth segment in the world with forecast global revenues of US$83 billion.
Digital media mastermind joins Victoria University VR research team
"He has been conducting pioneering virtual and augmented reality research, just last week he received $1 million..."
It’s that time again: Apple’s iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are unveiled
“iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are a new generation of iPhone that improve on everything we love about iPhone."
AR/VR headset market leaps 25.5 percent in 12 months
IDC has released its latest findings of the augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) headsets market with good news for vendors and resellers.
Go beyond reality with the Asus ZenFone AR
"ZenFone AR delivers engaging augmented reality experiences for you to explore and enjoy...”
Kiwi Startup Spotlight: AR gaming app Magical Park eyeing expansion to US and Canada
By September, Magical Park will be active in 28 parks and 44 primary schools in New Zealand, 12 parks in Australia, and two parks in the UK.
Who’s ready for augmented intelligence? The AI investment gap
The AI Investment Gap – a discrepancy between C-Level executives who understand AI and those who have yet to deploy it into their business.
AR/VR continues relentless growth with headset shipments rapidly growing
A total of 2.3m units were shipped in the first quarter of 2017 and a long list of new products are scheduled to ship in the second half of 2017.
Gaze into tech's crystal ball: Futurist Shara Evans talks security
We spoke to world-leading futurist Shara Evans about upcoming technologies, evolution and the implications for cyber security.
Research finds people believe VR/AR to be as popular as smartphones
New research has discovered more than half of Australians believe virtual and augmented reality (VR and AR respectively) will live up to the hype.
Snapchat Spectacles put up tidy but modest sales numbers
The numbers weren’t exactly super-specific, but it’s enough to make some estimates of how many units they’ve sold.