Holland is testing cars that can communicate with each other and traffic lights on the road. The experiments took place in the first week of September near the city of Haarlem, the province of Noord-Holland states on its official website. Continue reading “Holland Tests Vehicles That Interact With Traffic Lights”
In a time in which Facebook is in the corner where the punches are falling it’s easy to focus on all that is wrong with the social media giant. Shady advertisers had access to large amounts of personal data, fake news could spread like wildfire, posts deemed offensive or inappropriate were removed inconsistently, the user interface was poor, and those are just a handful of the things the company is criticized about in recent months. This almost makes you forget that with over 2 billion users in 2017 Facebook is the largest social network out there and fulfills an important role on the global stage. In this post I take a closer look at why the world actually needs a Facebook. Continue reading “Why The World Needs Facebook”
The modern world in which we live just wouldn’t be the same if it weren’t for technology and it’s perpetual advancement. 2014 was a milestone year for technology, but if you look beyond those particular technologies, what type of innovation was the driving force of the technologies is what was so interesting.
There were notable developments in big data, smartphones and notebooks and of course, as with every year, the internet. 2015 is already cruising past 2014 and the year is still young. Keep on reading down the article to see what is so special about the top 6 emerging technologies in 2015. Continue reading “The Top 6 Emerging Technologies In 2015”