With the spread of technology, companies are exploring the ways household chores can be made more bearable. Amazon is appealing to grocery-hating mothers everywhere with Amazon Dash – the kitchen assistant intended to do for the shopping list what Kindle did for the e-book.
More mums are choosing to become their own boss and look after their children at the same time. But does ‘motherism’ – the prejudice that paints ‘non-working’ mums as unsexy slobs – really motivate women to go back to work just to remove the ‘stay-at-home’ label?
In an increasingly connected world, people are looking to the internet and technology to solve everyday problems. Tile combines the seamless simplicity of the internet of things with the benefits of a global community to help find lost items.
By 2020 there will be 50 billion objects connected to the internet. SmartThings enables true human-computer interaction by ensuring that everything we own – electronic and otherwise – is part of the conversation.
Intelligent 'predictive' assistant Google Now is set to irreversibly change the way we interact with the web. Yet, riddled with privacy and ethical concerns, the reality is not so simple.
As people grow accustomed to new levels of convenience, there’s an increasing demand for brands to stamp out the little irritations. Author and thinker Adam Morgan explains how the modern challenger brand finds its footing.
A new wave of technological advancements is making it easier than ever to plug into a techno-utopian automated lifestyle, as people increasingly expect to exchange minimum input for maximum output.
Technology has become an unparalleled part of every aspect of our lives, dominating our work, our social lives, our hobbies and even our healthcare. But at what point does our changing relationship with technology become a problem? And how do we fix it?
Men's clothing store Hointer is out to revolutionise retail. Founded by a senior ex-Amazon employee, it combines the best of physical and digital in a customer-centric real-world experience that's as fast and efficient as buying online.