Are voice driven apps the future of interaction?
Voice-driven apps and devices are slowly weaving their way into every aspect of our lives, and many of us already openly admit that we couldn’t manage without them. Is this a passing fad or could voice recognition technology change the way we interact forever?
Does safety top privacy – and if so, when and why?
In 2018, the questions of security and privacy and the very fine line between the two are more prominent and more important than ever before.
Is Quantum Computing the next big thing?
H&C News recently met with Dr Sebastian Weidt, Senior Scientist in the Ion Quantum Technology Group at the University of Sussex, to discuss Quantum Computers and their ability to revolutionise our lives.
Is immersive audio about to drown us in sound?
Sound has always been all around us, but new technologies are enabling the creative industries to employ audio to immerse us more deeply into music, theatre, spoken word, movies and games.
Automated customer experience with Chatbots and AI
As we sweep into the 4th Industrial Revolution driven by artificial intelligence, organisations are scrambling to implement Chatbots to be the face of their new machine-driven operations. Here are a few things you should know about them.
Electric cars set to rival fuel tank vehicles thanks to innovative battery technology
Governments, pressure groups even car manufacturers want us to change our fossil fuel burning vehicles, for cleaner, greener electric versions. But for that to happen the alternative needs to become as flexible as what we already have.
Berlin’s diverse blockchain startup scene: from ICOs to crypto raves
Next to aspiring artists and musicians, Berlin has increasingly attracted a crowd of young entrepreneurs over the past decade. No other European city has seen such a steady and rapid growth of its startup ecosystem. One branch being especially of interest is Berlin’s blockchain startups.
Tech Trends 2018: The year in innovation
Hack & Craft News present a rundown of eight technology hotspots, strategic topics, and things to watch out for this year.
Brogues v Trainers: 8 differences between Corporate Ventures and Start-ups
One way that corporates respond to the threat of disruption is to create new ventures that break away from the traditional operations and create new revenue streams. These spin-off businesses can launch new brands, exploit new technologies and attract new types of customer.
Can Innovation drive us into digital slavery?
At the height of the fallout from the Credit Crunch, I launched a new airport lounge venture called SLOW. The concept challenged conventional business thinking by creating a brand that championed