• Consumer Virtual Reality Revenue Heading To $9 Billion
    As prices of headsets start to gradually come down, virtual reality finally is getting a chance at some daylight in terms of higher revenue. VR has been in chicken-and-egg mode for some time, with not enough content being created since there weren't enough people with VR headsets to make it worthwhile.
  • Google, Amazon, Samsung, Apple Tied In Smart Home Race
    The smart home race is getting into high gear and no single leader has yet emerged. At the moment, it looks like there are four major leaders in the smart home space, all household tech names.
  • Hi-Def Video Feeds Added To Shirts, Hats
    Now there's wearable video in clothing. At the recent World Cup final in Moscow, some fans were seen wearing top hats that had flexible screens, as part of the hat, where video was played.
  • What People Think Of Augmented Reality
    The phenomenon of Pokemon Go put augmented reality on the awareness map for many consumers, even though that was only one use. It turns out there may be a wide range of consumer perceptions and awareness levels around augmented reality, with a key characteristic being that people want AR to be practical.
  • Artificial Intelligence: The Dotcom Boom All Over Again
    The artificial intelligence market may not be as hot as it looks. Most, but not all, investments in AI will be wiped out as the market consolidates, according to a new report on the future of the artificial intelligence market.
  • Virtual Reality Waits For Consumers To Try It
    VR is in dire need of more and better marketing. People need a reason to try it, but usually like it it when they experience it.
  • Comcast Lets Parents Program Internet Time Limit For Kids
    Most parents set rules for how much time their children can use the internet at home but then must play good cop or bad cop when their children near their internet time limit and want more. It turns out that parents are almost evenly split in regulating their children's device use.
  • Consumers, Executives Have Different Takes On AI
    Gaps are starting to appear between the organizations implementing AI-enabled use cases and the customers who use them.
  • Consumers Warm To Artificial Intelligence; 73% Say They Have Interacted With It
    Most consumers have experienced artificial intelligence, whether through chatbots for customer service, facial recognition or voice conversations with a digital assistant through a smart speaker or smartphone.
  • Smart Speaker Owners Turn To Voice Shopping
    It appears that when people start using smart speakers, they may use voice assistants more on smartphones.
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