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Four new football technologies that are being implemented

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At last, the wait is over. After four long years, the World Cup is ready to roll the ball in Russia, and this time football technologies are being as protagonistic as the players themselves. 64 matches, 11 cities, 32 countries and more than 600,000 attendees....

The tech promises 2018 fulfilled (or failed to)

A year comes and goes. Technology in 2018 was interesting, to be sure, with many stories from were to pick enlightening conclusions for what might come next in this ever-growing industry. But how did 2018 fared in terms of advancements or, at the least,...

How technology will look in 2030: what consumers expect

Connected objects. Health augmentations. Faster transportation. There are a lot of things technology has promised us for the next few decades. But more often than not, many of the predictions and/or expectations come from within the industry itself: experts, analyst, executives and whatnot. This...

What is the future of video on demand?

When was the last time you sat on your couch to watch a random TV series? Or the last time you were flipping channels to see what was new on TV. If you don't remember, don't worry. Soon nobody will, either, thanks to video...

The five upcoming digital signage trends for 2019

Recently, software platform Boomtown published a study that revealed that 44% of retail store customers said that a positive experience with technology installed in those locations made them more prone to visiting and recommending the brand in the future. It’s certainly true that the e-commerce...

Graphical interfaces, beware: voice is the future of tech

The history of graphical user interfaces can be traced back for several decades. Even so, most experts agree that while there have been countless enhancements during that time, the basic principles of how we use interfaces haven’t really changed at all. Someone came up...

18 Google secrets to make your web searching more fun

The company founded in 1998 by Larry Page and Sergey Brin, two students of Stanford University, is now a giant of the industry (and the world). Its search engine also has several secrets that proves the company still has a sense of humor: we'll...

JS++, the JavaScript superset, is getting rid of out-of-bounds errors

The newest release of JS++ is now on the wild, and it wants to fix a big issue. “I promised a breakthrough for our next release,” says Roger Poon, JS++ lead designer and co-inventor of existing types in an official blog post. He delivered...

Lisbon: not another tech city

We just landed in Lisbon and something captured our attention: a billboard saying “This is not the new Silicon Valley… This is Portugal”. This  billboard was everywhere in the city and it is an initiative from Startup Lisboa, an incubator that supports the creation of...

How 3D food printers can save us one day

What is 3D food printing? If you're familiar with conventional 3D printing, where instead of printing ink on paper on a desktop printer, you print the paper itself by building up an object layer by layer on a build plate by extruding material from...

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