For the last 5 decades, most scientists and technicians have been almost solely focused on providing better, more advanced hardware to the world. But hardware is beginning to falter as Moore’s Law breaks down, and more computer scientists are turning to artificial intelligence to make up for this. Artificial intelligence is the next big revolution in computing, and while we haven’t truly begun to feel its influence in everyday life, within the next 10 years, it will become a vital part of our society.
Android 10 has so far proven to be an extremely competent operating system, and while it does mirror many of the features found in iOS, it offers enough of its own features to be a complete OS that should be enough for most users. Android 10 can only be found on a handful of smartphones at the moment, although it’s expected to grow its reach within the next year. But developers have already been hard at work on Android 11, and from what we’ve seen, it’s going to improve and refine many of the features that can be found on 10.
Global passenger numbers reached record highs in 2019, with the biggest increases seen in Asia and the Americas. We expect that this trend will continue in 2020, and also that travellers will grow more digitally connected and involved than ever. After all, that’s the way the world is moving! Why should travel be any different?
Most of us own modern smartphones, which means that we have access to an array of different GPS apps and programs that allow us to travel all over the world, mostly without hiccups. But for many, a GPS in the car is still the ultimate method of navigation, and there are few devices that do this better than the standard touchscreens that once predated the smartphone.
While 2018 saw smartphones with smaller or non-existent bezels, dual rear cameras on even budget devices, and more powerful operating systems than even before, 2019 is set to see even more dramatic changes. Expect 5G phones, the possibility of new iPhones, and the latest trend in smartphones – foldable phones. If you’re still undecided about getting a new smartphone this year, this list may just change your mind. Here’s to the best new smartphones for 2019.
Android 9 Pie officially started its global rollout in November 2018 and many users have begun to experience just how powerful the new system really is. For those who are yet to upgrade to a phone with the latest OS, you may be wondering what all the fuss is about? Before the launch, Android promised a fully adaptable and intelligent platform that would not only adapt to its user, but also help you plan your day. Has it lived up to its promises though?
The Best New Fitness & Wellness Gadgets 2019 When hearing the words “fitness gadgets” most people immediately think of smart watches and fitness trackers, but there is actually a whole world of gadgets to help you get fitter, be healthier, recover from an extreme workout, and stay injury-free. Now that the new year has started, you’ve likely made a few resolutions to end bad eating habits and get fitter, so why not invest in a few of these fitness and wellness gadgets to get your year off to a great start?
Tech Trends for Business Owners in 2019 Even as newer technology is unfolding, innovation around that which already exists is hugely impacting the way organisations function and how we interact with the world around us. Massive advances in computing capacity, data capture, and overall connectivity are changing the landscape at work and at home. The next 12 months are going to be very exciting!
Best Sports Apps If you have a smartphone you will never have to wonder who is winning the game. Sports applications keep you up to date with the latest sports news and happenings, schedules and stats. Even better is the high-resolution pictures, videos and live streaming of games and highlights.
How Tech Has Influenced How We Communicate While many consider our generation to be obsessed with our mobile phones, computers, and tablets, those in the know understand the significant impact technology has had on the ways in which we communicate. We likely all had pen pals when we were growing up and while letter writing is arguably a lost art, we no longer need to rely on the postal system to deliver messages to loved ones and strangers alike. Today, we can instantly communicate via text and video with anyone, no matter where they are in the world and while some see a person simply staring at a screen, others…