Guest Post My predictions include a meritocracy for doctors, a massive reduction in patient costs, and more.
Guest Post As Dell’s first Entrepreneur in Residence, I constantly have an ear to the ground of the entrepreneur community. I predict that the following trends will shape the world of entrepreneurialism in 2013.
Guest Post The current media hype around Big Data has clouded where the real opportunity is: software applications that exploit Big Data.
Guest Post We’ve got predictions for 3D printing, online gaming, and which company will finally acquire Twitter. Any takers?
Guest Post The prestige of a college degree — that guarantee of a job if you spend four years in lectures — is a fallacy. We need to make some changes when it comes to education.
What do Silicon Valley’s top VCs expect from 2013? Brace yourselves for self-driving cars, true AI, and much more.
Guest Post Next year, I predict that augmented reality (AR) will be everywhere. Here are my five reasons why:
Guest Post The market will evolve beyond an open source, services-driven revenue model when companies begin developing highly disruptive technologies that solve the hardest problems of big data.
Guest Post Using the cloud as a “cheap and deep” repository to host data is now well established, but we’re only beginning to scratch the surface.
Guest Post About a year ago, I authored a post predicting ten hot trends in cloud data for 2012. Here’s how my predictions fared.
Guest Post Think Washington power brokers are ready to pay big bucks for Nate Silver’s predictions? Probably not – his numbers are too good. Yes, too good.
The past year in technology was pretty wild.
Guest Post Fueled by disruption on several fronts, 2012 will see some major mobile industry consolidation, as well as mobile VoIP services’ lasting impact on carriers and more options on data pricing plans for consumers.
Guest Post From delayed IPOs to buyouts and layoffs, 2011 proved to be a volatile year for daily deals companies. In the past 12 months, the industry was defined and legitimized, but had just as many mistakes as successes.
There will be no shortage of computer security threats for 2011. Among the most prominent will be new threats to geolocation services, mobile devices, and Apple machines, according to researchers at Intel’s McAfee security division.
Even though we’re seeing a slew of Android tablets on the horizon, Apple’s iPad is expected to maintain its leading place in the tablet market into 2012, according to J.P. Morgan analyst Mark Moskowitz.