Posts Tagged ‘data’

More than 205 billion emails are sent daily, and this number is expected to reach 246 billion by 2019, whilst email marketing strategies have changed over the years, it can’t be argued that it is still one of the most integral parts of any marketing strategy for a business. Everyone uses their email every day and...

With Big Data expanding exponentially; and more and more content coming online, no industry can afford to keep all their data on their own servers. This is why cloud computing is catching up for both multinationals and small and medium sized businesses. However, while cloud computing may seem like an answer to your...

I’m not really sure if this is good or bad news for end consumers, but a couple of Japanese companies have developed a technology that makes it possible to transmit information from blinking LEDs fixed on advertisements to cell phones – using only light. The companies involved in the development include some big names...

The USB Sofa by cabracega, including 4 sofas with 14Gb for sharing your files. The Sofas contain inlaid removable disks aiming for storing and sharing contents between users. For sharing, the user just needs to plug one of the 7 cables to his laptop USB port. New addition to your workplace cafeteria? [ Article...

At TEDIndia, Pranav Mistry demos several tools that help the physical world interact with the world of data – including a deep look at his SixthSense device and a new, paradigm-shifting paper “laptop.” In an onstage Q&A, Mistry says he’ll open-source the software behind SixthSense, to open its possibilities to all.

Perfect for time capsules, new kid on the block Cranberry claims that their new DVD will last 1,000 years. Of course no one will be around to dispute that claim, and by then we’ll be using some kind of organic memory light data cell, but hey! Who knows, maybe future generations will want to see those vacation photos...