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.
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!
The Dark Web is a well-known hacker haven and an online market for compromised personal data. But how much is your online information really worth to online fraudsters?
On this episode of Learn Something - amidst the UK’s worst snowstorm in 50 years and Mobile World Congress - I’m sharing weird & wonderful facts about snow & smartphones that you’ve (probably) never heard before…
You may think you’ve seen the biggest news from Mobile World Congress, but you haven’t… Ignore the headlines of Nokia’s revamped Matrix phone and Samsung’s Galaxy S9 - here are 5 stories you need to know about.