It often feels like we have been talking about the impending arrival of the infamous internet of things (IoT) for as long as we can remember, but it has been incredibly difficult for users to grasp the concept of how it will affect their lives. However, all this is about to change as technological innovation will soon be felt by each and every one of us in our own homes.
Are you ready to embrace the concept of the smart home? or does the very thought of it leave you cold? I am genuinely interested in your opinions on this latest trend that will eventually impact us all in some way.
We often hear about how businesses are trying to understand Millenials, but I got news for you, they are now hitting their 30's and thinking about settling down and getting caught up in responsibility the same as the rest of us.
Generation Z is anyone born after 1995, and they are the first generation to be surrounded by five screens that are the smartphone, tablet, laptop, desktop and TV since they could walk.
The first wave of Gen Z will be arriving in the workplace, and they have very different ideas to Millenials, so I thought I would ask my son to appear on the podcast to try and get his insights on what his generation like and dislike about the latest tech trends.
The 2016 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas unveiled many mouth watering products this year. For example we learned how Drones will soon be filling the skies and forget Uber, you will even be able to pilot your own drone later the year!
Meanwhile, forget IOT its time for the internet of everything as smart homes, life logging and baby tech all ensure that nearly everything in our lives will all connect to the internet.
I invited Special guest Danielle Storey who is the chief innovation officer and co-founder at Smarter Technology Solutions to give me her overview of the biggest tech show on earth.
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However, here we are in 2016 and already we have an almost daily onslaught of headlines on tech sites advising how the impending iPhone 7 will be thinner, waterproof, offer wireless charging and will also controversially drop the traditional 3.5mm headphone jack.
The move will allow Apple to create a sleek, sexier handset, but will also require users to either purchase blue tooth connecting wireless headphones, whereas audiophiles and those who want to protect their thin phone's battery consumption will be obliged to buy a potentially expensive offering from Apple with a lightning connector.
The purchase or upgrade to Apple's latest must have the device is not compulsory and there are a wealth of alternatives with the same features so why is everyone so outraged and what does it say about our society? If you don't like the latest version of a brand's phone, is this really a problem that someone in a 3rd-world country could ever comprehend?