Following the death of 3D TV, the future of high-end televisions lies in the advancement of new display panel technology.
There is a computing revolution coming, although nobody knows exactly when.
What if smart devices could learn our preferences simply by observing our usage patterns?
The key point is that resistance to new technologies is driven by perceptions, not actual evidence.
A team of researchers from University of California, Davis, have built a 1000-core processor capable of high-level parallel processing.
It is possible that the public’s default expectation about Internet transactions will change from “we are basically safe” to “we are going to have our data stolen.”
Should you always do what other people tell you to do?
And how would the Templars and Assassins be involved?