Not so long ago Microsoft was considered the big loser in tech. Its software model was outmoded, its entry into the mobile space was late and had no hope of beating Apple and Android. Worse, the company seemed stuck in its Windows heyday of the 1990s. Then it got a new CEO, ditched the Read More..
Toyota Motor Europe (TME) joined forces with theÂ Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design (CIID) last month to show how car windows could better connect people inside a vehicle to the world around them. The concept was another example of carmakers’ efforts to expand the definition of automotive interactivity. Connecting the car electronically to other cars and Read More..
Problems in their technical infrastructure are a fact of life for most companies and many are reluctant to take the necessary steps to deal with the problems, according to a survey conducted during the CeBIT high-tech fair earlier this month. According to the survey, 64 percent of 200 companies polled confirmed that infrastructure issues are Read More..