Smart glasses are internet-connected devices, and therefore, pose a threat to privacy to both wearers and those around them.
The enterprise market for smart glasses will be more lucrative than the consumer market over the next decade.
The smart glasses market was worth $374m in 2019.
From the introduction of the assembly line in the automobile industry in 1913 to Amazon reaching 200,000 robots working in its warehouses in 2020, the past century has seen an unprecedented level of technological progress in the workplace.
The future of work will shape both factories and offices, encouraging greater collaboration between humans and technology, and empowering workers with new digital skills.
Technology is fundamentally transforming the way we work, fuelling excitement but also anxiety.
Pulsar’s introduction of the calculator watch in 1975 expanded a timepiece’s abilities beyond just telling the time.
Smartwatches have enjoyed a steady rise in popularity over the past five years.
The number of smartwatch shipments in 2020 will be 9% lower than in 2019, due to delays in production caused by Covid-19 according to GlobalData estimates.
In 2019, the smartwatch market was worth $17bn.
Reports that AT&T is considering selling its Warner Bros.
Cybersecurity is one of the most fertile and fast-moving areas of technology.
Most organisations are putting their faith in artificial intelligence to improve threat intelligence, prediction, and protection.
The need for security, along with the idea that innovation is critical to counter the evolving threat landscape, will drive cybersecurity spending despite Covid-19’s economic impact.
Cybersecurity is vital.
Although broadcast television has existed since the 1940s, it was only in 1994 that ABC World News was broadcast over the internet for the first time.
Internet TV platforms are increasingly investing in original programming, placing them in direct competition with traditional media conglomerates.
Internet TV will be the single most important technology theme driving earnings in the film and TV industry over the next two years.
The twin tensions of Covid-19 and police killings of unarmed black men have created an extraordinary moment in history.
Popularised in the early 2000s, the phrase ‘cloud computing’ had been around for decades before that.
This week, California-based metal 3D printing company Velo3D revealed it had raised an additional $12m in funding, taking its total to $150m.
The importance of cloud computing has grown significantly in recent years.
Cloud computing refers to the provision of IT infrastructure and platform services to provide a flexible, scalable, and on-demand IT environment.
IBM‘s decision to no longer offer general purpose facial recognition (FR) technology comes at a time when police activity is under increased scrutiny following the anti-racist protests across the US.
A range of cloud models are available for deploying and managing enterprise cloud computing environments.
Brands from a wide range of industries are investing in esports to reach a young demographic that is typically resistant to traditional advertising channels.
Verdict lists the top five terms tweeted on disruptive tech in May 2020, based on data from GlobalData’s Influencer Platform.
GlobalData research has found the top CEO influencers based on their performance and engagement online.
The vast majority of esports events involve PCs, and this dominance will continue in 2020.