Space is Open for Business

Space may not be the final frontier, but it certainly is the next frontier. Companies are starting to develop ways to get their brands in space. Despite newly approved funding to the tune of $20 billion, NASA is already relying … Read More

Augmenting Fashion

Augmented reality is bringing new wonders to every industry. Recently, we saw the big impact that Pokémon GO had on gaming. The ubiquity of the smartphone has provided an immediate audience and distribution channel that augmented reality can take advantage … Read More

Emerging Evidence: Mesh Networks are Gaining Traction

Startups are beginning to use mesh networks as an alternative ISP business model. … Read More

Q315 Topic: Technology as a Teacher

Virtual Reality is entering the classroom, and we’re starting to discover the many applications for it. … Read More

Q315 Topic: Micro-Moment Efficiency

Millennials use their smart devices for “Micro-leisure,” using them to enhance the small moments they get throughout the day and make their overall experience more relaxing. … Read More

First with Fox.

Internet movie downloading, whether done illegally or legally continues to grow. … Read More

What The Kids Want From Santa

Happy iHolidays!! Yes, that’s the term Nielson has coined after reviewing the results of their latest Christmas “wish list” survey.  Apparently our kids and teens are more about tech gadgets than ever before.  Apple devices are dominating the letters to … Read More

October POV

People have been bootlegging music, movies and video games for years; it was once a somewhat difficult process, but with software such as Alcohol 120% and Daemon Tools, it’s easy enough a tween can utilize it. “Do-it-yourselfers”(D.I.Y.’ers) that create prop and costume replicas are already using a 3D modeling program to build efficient plans for their projects. Give them an at home 3D printer and they’re set. … Read More


E3 is sort of an electronic entertainment mecca. Brands spend their entire year (if not years) preparing to wow the public with glimpses of new games and previews of a new console system. … Read More


I recently watched a great vintage clip of Roger Fidler, director of the Knight-Ridder Information Design Lab, showing off a tablet device that he thought would change the media and publishing world forever. … Read More