Popular TV shows such as Star Trek made us wonder what life may be like if these magical and artificial intelligent gadgets featured in the show really existed. Let’s have a quick glimpse on the latest technology developments such as touch screen gadgets, self-driving cars and smart communication devices that are ruling over the marketplace.
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Fans of science fiction have been longing for realistic, full immersion, virtual worlds since the early 1980s when the potential implications of slipping away—either by choice or by force—into a virtually concocted universe both captivated and horrified audiences of movies such as Lawnmower Man and later The Matrix. Unfortunately, despite the immense effort and research devoted to making virtual reality technologies accessible to mass audiences in the 1990s, and despite the substantial developments in at-home gaming and hand-held devices over the last two decades, no clear path to the fulfillment of the virtual reality dream has been forged. Until recently, that is, with the advent of something called Augmented Reality (http://gravityjack.com).
Traveling is great. It’s fun and adventurous and sometimes, it’s very, very stressful. Flights get delayed and baggage gets lost and once we get there, new languages and food and street signs and maps are almost enough to take the joy out of traveling. But which the advent of apps geared towards travel, it can be all fun and games.
In the gambling world there are cheaters everywhere looking to cash in on making some money fast. So much so, they have used technology to win and many have actually beaten the system, but like any crime, it catches up to you and they did get caught.
There are plenty of mobile users who will say that they are an Apple or Google fanatic, very rarely will you hear that they are a fan of both. Therefore, these too mobile giants are always battling it out to be the one who sits on the Mobile Throne.