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This Company Might Make Apple and Google Irrelevant

Viv recently debuted its much heralded next-generation smart assistant platform that, if only it were to be adopted at critical mass, would Change The World For the Better. This platfrm’s interface is an intelligent agent that you talk to — much like Apple’s Siri or Amazon’s Alexa. Viv wants to enable and conjure up a new world…
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Is 4D printing a disruptive or Innovative technology?

Written by defenceWeb, Wednesday, 27 August 2014 A 3D printed gun. The aerospace, defence, automotive and healthcare industries will lead the adoption of four dimensional printing technology, which is poised to have a disruptive effect in multiple industries by printing objects ranging from human organs to parts used in aircraft and vehicles, according to Frost & Sullivan. Four-dimensional (4-D) printing develops materials that alter their properties and behaviours based on external stimuli such as changes in temperature. “4-D printing, an extension of three-dimensional printing, is superior to conventional manufacturing techniques in terms of performance, efficiency and quality, and can [...]
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Are Innovative Technologies Ever Disruptive Technologies?

disrupt Maybe it’s because I’m cynical and jaded. Maybe I’m just a grumpy old man who can’t stand these new kids trying to change the world. Maybe I just hate stupid industry buzzwords and the metaphorical definitions they assume. But after more than a decade reporting on tech, observing trends, and using words properly,  I can reassure you that all these companies and technologies people are so excited about are definitely not disruptive. Yes, this it going be one of those articles that starts off as a grammar lesson and then throws in some history to prove a point. And, [...]
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