As both virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) continue to evolve, we are beginning to see more and more practical applications for these technologies that move beyond novelty (i.e. Pokemon Go and such). Both advancements in the tech and the growing affordability of VR / AR capable devices are paving the way for broad use in everything from training simulators for military, educators, and service providers to new ways for retailers to sell, architects to plan spaces, and physicians to help patients manage pain.
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Google just released its latest mobile operating system, and it’s packed with new (and improved) features that every Android user is sure to enjoy. In this week’s blog post, we’ll cover five features that we think stand out among the rest.
In just a few short years, we have seen the Internet of Things (IoT) gain prominence in homes across the U.S. Thanks to the advent of Google Home and Amazon’s Alexa, among other “smart home” hubs, the digital home is quickly becoming commonplace, rather than just a novelty. From smart lights and thermostats to digital locks and home monitoring, there’s no doubt that Americans are embracing this new way of life. To this point, Gartner research suggests that 8.4 billion connected "things" will be in use this year – 63% of these will be consumer devices.
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It seems as though machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) are making headlines week after week. Many, including those of us at PointClear Solutions, believe these emerging technologies are poised to revolutionize businesses across a variety of industries. From finance and education to manufacturing and healthcare, we’re all eager to better understand how to leverage these “robots” (figurative and literal) to improve performance, increase efficiency, and reduce costs.