Blockchain technology can be boiled down to an accounting ledger built on a network of servers. There's a detailed article and infographic included on Recode.net that will give you an overview of how any why this financial technology will shape more than just crypto currency transactions in the future.
Blockchain technology is developing very quickly into an established transaction method and disrupting the financial services industry.
Read more about blockchain technology Recode.
Looking through TheNextWeb and saw this aircraft in the Distract section, it's Lilium's new jet, a cross between an aircraft and helicopter with automatic vertical take off and landing.
The power plant is electric and can reach a max speed of 250 mph to an altitude of 10k feet with an overall range of 300 miles. More than enough power for the daily commute and the weekend get away.
I'm sure I can't afford it, but I want it. And, Lilium plans to roll-out to consumers beginning as early as January of 2018. The future is now and starting to look a lot like the Jetson's cartoon. Sign up on Lilium's site to be the first on your block with a Lilium Jet.
See more of this beautiful marvel of engineering and aerodynamics at Lilium-Aviation.com.
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I found TheNextWeb while looking for information about wearables (great seo by the way) Wearables are technology devices that you wear. I discovered a passage called Wearables Reach Employees in an article by JT Ripton titled 6 Technology Trends for 2016.
My interest in wearable is in how they can be useful and monetized in the private sector. Clearly, the applications for police, fire rescue and military are needed and in the future may be looked upon as how could we have ever done without them. But, other than convenience what applications do they really hold? Now after reading the article, from a psychology viewpoint the the possibilities are endless. Here's an exert:
Some companies are giving wearables to their employees on the ground for second-by-second inventory updates. Others are using them internally to see how their corporate employees interact.
Read the full article here at TheNextWeb.
I am surprised I had not come across TheNextWeb.com sooner. Their site has the best layout and quality of articles that I've had the pleasure of reading in a long time. I strongly recommend bookmarking it and check out the Insights and Offers sections. It's at the top of my reading list now.
Although this article is on the subject of content marketing it overlaps into all areas of digital marketing. I found this great article by Richard Darell while doing research for a strategic marketing plan for a new project. There's a detailed infographic included by ZenContent that helped me form the basis of my plan.
I was having a touch of writers block getting started on this marketing plan and can see when a business becomes too close to itself to be able to write effectively for their own products. Whether it is the lack of time or just the need for a fresh perspective, consider hiring professional content writers from ZenContent.
Promoting your website is essentially content marketing. Quality content gets a new customer to the door and engages the the ones that have already made purchases. Add a great domain name and building more engaging content provides the search engines with a bigger target to hit and will dynamically improve your SEO efforts.
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Technology is certainly approaching the steeper part of the slope as today the Army announces Direct Energy Weapons (DEW) technology will be ready by 2020 for use by the Air Force and on ground systems by 2023.
I think there is a lot more development that will accelerate greater advancements in laser technology systems prior to their targeted release dates making these systems even more powerful and capable. These weapons and defense systems would work well in a conventional warfare situation where targets are known and intentions are direct.
The systems we need to develop are for countering more covert scenarios as in terrorist plots where the enemy is already behind our lines. Breakthroughs in tech, whether it's sophisticated hardware systems or analyzing huge sums of real-time data, will define the future.
Read more about killer technology here.
Update - 06/14/2016 The cat technology is getting better every day.
Just found this on Imgur.com under current events. According to this post, evidently Jeb Bush, or most likely one of his staffers, let the domain JebBush.com expire and now redirects to DonaldJTrump.com.
You can say a lot of things about Trump, but at least he understands the value of domain names and how to manage them. How does Jeb's management let this happen at such a critical time?
Running and maintaining technology should be a litmus test for running the country. Another candidate can't seem to manage an email account, yet she feels qualified to run as president. Not to mention the one we've got paid over 600 million for Healthcare.gov.
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Top business-strategist Michael Wolf gave a presentation on the future of tech and media from 2016 to 2020 in the Wall Street Journal last October. I've been covering technology predictions in several articles and although there are some corrections in the stock market at the moment, there is nothing really holding the tech sector back. But, don't take my word for it, read Wolf's presentation on how consumer tech and media staged to grow by 535 Billion over the next 4 years.
You can view the presentation from the Business Insider here.
While searching for domain technology news, I had the pleasure of stumbling upon another great technology site for tech startups that is a start up. Edward Domain is the founder and CEO of Techli.com He is a writer, U.S. Army veteran, serial entrepreneur and chronic early adopter. Having worked for startups in Silicon Valley and Chicago, Edward founded, grew and successfully exited his own previous startup and loves telling the tales of innovators everywhere. Based out of St. Louis, Techli.com also has a show on PBS that covers innovators in a candid business casual format that yields a closer personal experience of the entrepreneurs behind the scenes while delivering the synergy.
Techli.com has a nice layout and I found several several article worth reading, it's bookmark worthy and on my reading list. I'd like to see this level of ground floor reporting for innovative technology roll out to all major cities around the world.