Tag: #technological

HEALTH DETECTIONS: HOW A CHIP IN THE BODY COULD CHANGE MEDICAL HISTORY

“Tracking your health.” digital doctors Understanding your health is crucial in being able to live a long health life. But as time progress, what will the standards for tracking health become? Will we start to see microchips implanted into the body that will be…

TOXIC TECHNOLOGY: WHEN ITS USE IS NOT THE INTENTIONS OF THE CREATOR

“Not the intended use.” technological reasons We don’t realize it, but there were alternate uses for some of the technology we have in today’s society. Like the television was supposed to be created as an educational tool for learning. Yet today we are constantly…

RING RING: THE EVOLUTION OF THE TELEPHONE

“How will we talk in the future?” hello, who is it The telephone has taken on various forms throughout the history of America. And what’s interesting is that the more time passes, the more smaller and less converse the telephone becomes. We now don’t…

NEW AGE PARENTING: HOW TECHNOLOGY TO CONNECT TO KIDS IS A MUST FOR PARENTS

“Stay connected to them.” monitor your offspring For the longest parents would not think to allow their children to have cell phones. It was always the same thing, you are too young to have a phone. So kids could not wait until they turned…

DIGITAL DOLLARS: THE FUTURE OF SPENDING

“A waste of paper.” new age spending There will come a day when the use of paper currency will no longer be needed. And once that happens we officially will be in a new era of spending. We already use our debit and credit…

SELF CHECKOUT: WHERE WILL IT GO FROM HERE

“Scan-pay-leave.” do it yourself I have been using self checkout in stores for quite some time now. But I was amazed when I saw the new self checkout for the Amazon stores in Seattle. How you don’t even need people to ring you out….

IT REMEMBERS: HOW MARKETERS ARE GETTING OUR ATTENTION

“Type, type, pop up later.” how they target Ever been on the internet, going through a loop, looking at random things. Well, better yet, have you been on the internet consistently looking at the same items. Then you forget about what you were looking…