LATEST: Boston's prediction is that self-driving cars will be worth US$42 billion by 2025 and could make up a quarter of global sales by 2035.
LATEST: Boeing's experiments involving a fully autonomous aircraft will come nearly three years after a pilotless passenger plane was first live-tested at a Federal Aviation Administration facility in New ...
LATEST: restrictions on freedom of movement within the EU will have a profound impact on the construction industry.
LATEST: By 2017, 40 percent of organizations will place humanistic-based approaches and architectures at the center of their solution designs.
LATEST: Expanding access to education at all levels in APEC and investing in infrastructure to unclog the region's congested roads, ports, and airports will enable more people on the margins of society...
LATEST: An all-weather solar panel could provide a clean form of energy that is not possible with existing technology.
LATEST: The current UK Government's plans for greater devolution of powers within the UK could see the introduction of franchised bus networks in some areas.
LATEST: By 2019 banks will need to make roughly half of all sales using digital capability that does not exist today.
LATEST: Smart garden technology could help save water in drought-plagued areas and encourage more people to garden or even grow their own food.
LATEST: Technology companies will have no choice but to further deploy robust encryption that would prevent their engineers from creating any system that would effectively open up previously deployed secur...
LATEST: Sales of facial-recognition hardware and software are forecast to reach $6.2 billion globally by 2020.
LATEST: The "runaway train will hit a wall" unless people changed their behaviour to reduce pressure on WA's escalating health budget.
LATEST: Predictive analytics is one of the disruptive technologies that will have a dramatic impact on supply chains and the people who run them.
LATEST: Market researchers forecast a turnover of almost US$50 billion for the global adhesives market in 2019.
LATEST: Traditional electronic media in the U.S. is expected to trend from $42.3 billion in 2016 to $41.1 billion in 2017.
LATEST: The U.S. Intelligence Community has judged that the use of water as a weapon will become more common during the next ten years.
LATEST: Water and energy constraints are a future risk for the gold mining industry.
LATEST: Eliminating "dispense as written" opportunities when generic drugs are available could potentially save the U.S. health care system as much as $7.7 billion annually.
LATEST: People will move beyond the fringes of metropolitan areas for low-cost housing because they can work while commuting at high speeds.
LATEST: Despite current woes with weak commodity prices and falling resources investment, Western Australia and Queensland are still expected to deliver the strongest retail growth over the medium term.
LATEST: Demand for postsecondary education in health care will rise faster than in all other fields with the exception of science, technology, engineering and mathematics-or STEM-and education occupations.
LATEST: Rising demand for safety and security will propel growth of the smart home M2M market.
LATEST: IoT things that are not ephemeral will require management like every other device (firmware updates, software updates, etc.).
LATEST: Software based on the business process of five years ago will not provide a foundation for digital transformation.
LATEST: Deciding whether telecom operators should be allowed to devote part of their network to certain services will be much simpler than deciding whether offering content for free.
LATEST: In a smart city electricity grids, water networks, transport, buildings and district heating or other energy sources will all be interconnected with city communications platforms.
LATEST: Europe will be both directly and indirectly affected by growing global water scarcity.