Technology is key to the lifestyle of a future human, as gadgets find their way into every aspect of our daily routines.
Naturally, this is a big topic on New Rising Media - with news, reviews, exclusive interviews, weekly podcasts and opinion pieces on the latest developments in tech.
The future of smartphones won’t be boring glass slabs anymore… Look forward to flexible screens taking you back to the age of the flip phone.
What does the future of consumer tech look like? Read my exclusive interview with Steve Koenig, VP of market research at CTA, to find out…
Everybody loves weird gadgets and the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is full of them. Here are 10 of the strangest found at the show.
The Alcatel 5 is a fine smartphone, made more attractive by a price tag of under £200 that helps you overlook the flaws.
Studies have found that half of Brits will be celebrating Christmas virtually this year - sharing the big day over the likes of FaceTime or Skype.
Found yourself stuck with low phone battery and no charger? The future will fix that - thanks to clothing embedded with tiny solar cells the size of a flea!
While we worry cybercriminals may be able to hack the human brain at some point far in the future, turns out the basic tech to do so exists today… Yikes.
Are you a budding digital creative pro looking for a new monitor? The Eizo CS2420 is a really good option!
Wait… People In Britain Have A Problem With Smartphone Addiction? No Way!
It’s been three weeks since I picked up my iPhone XS. I feel this is enough time to answer the definitive question - is it worth your money? Or should you wait for the cheaper XR?
I’ve been on the hunt for a decent pair of Bluetooth headphones - pairing ultimate portability with stellar sound quality. Are Wicked Audio’s HUM 1000 Headphones what I’m looking for?
Another year, another CES defining the future of technology. What does the future human have to look forward to in 2019? Here are five key trends to look for at CES 2019.
Most consumers in the UK overspend on their mobile phone data. Saving how much data you use monthly is simple with a few tips and tricks. The most common data plan purchased in the UK is 16GB per month. The average amount of data used is only 4.1GB. This means UK consumers could easily slash their monthly phone bill.
Are Groov-E’s Air Buds - an alternative to Apple’s AirPods at half the price - too good to be true?
A team of EU-funded scientists are harnessing the power of next generation lasers to create a light speed internet and remove any server over-capacity issues.
The ever-evolving nature of technology in modern society has resulted in a stark rise in jobs within the IT industry. Recent research showed the creation of just under 85,000 positions in the digital technology industry last year, in the UK alone.
I always laughed off any fears of becoming a slave to technology, but I received two story releases that changed all of that and got me seriously concerned about our future relationship with gadgets.
I took a trip to the Apple Museum in Prague - is it any good? Let’s find out…
Every blogger loves a good desk setup for their work, and New Rising Media is no different. Allow me to take you on a tour of where the magic happens.
Apple are set to make a lot of announcements at WWDC 2018 around iOS and MacOS. Here are five that the world actually wants but will never get from the Cupertino giant.
From wowing the world with an incredible demo to becoming a scary violation of ethics, Google Duplex has done it all. After sitting back and watching the initial fireworks, I’m ready to dive in…
Our government just made a £1 billion deal to be at the forefront of artificial intelligence. But from the way they’re talking about it, I can’t help but draw comparisons to a particular Will Smith sci-fi…
On this week’s episode of Learn Something - let’s dive into the world of technology firsts, debunking commonly wrong history knowledge you may have about the very gadgets you use today.
The future of the business card is actually more interesting than you may first think - with smart paper that could be touch sensitive and project holograms.
This week marks the 45th anniversary of the first ever mobile phone call. For the 30th episode of Learn Something, it’s only fair we document the sometimes weird history of the mobile and see what the future holds for this essential tech…
Another year, another Wearable Technology Show. My piece for BBC Focus made the future of Wearable tech clear in 2017… Has that vision changed for 2018?
Need proof that Artificial Intelligence is not going to enslave the human race? Just take a look at the bizarre April Fool’s pranks it creates…
Suddenly, a team of researchers from the Stanford University is under the focus of imaging the world over. The team, which includes Matthew O'Toole, David B. Lindell, and Gordon Wetzstein, have presented a breakthrough technology to reveal objects hidden around corners. They call it “confocal non-line-of-sight imaging.”
What does the future of wearable tech look like? I will be finding out at this year’s Wearable Technology Show, as New Rising Media returns for the forth year in a row!