When I was young, dating – or at least trying to date – consisted of slipping a note into a girl’s locker, or shuffling nervously towards her to ask her out with my friends offering humiliating support in the background.
Category archives: People
What better way to start the new year than being reminded about the possibilities that arise when initiatives that address some of the world’s most urgent challenges make the most of technology?
The holiday season is upon us. Have you noticed any changes your behavior this year?
COP 17 in Durban is now over, but the winners of the Transformative Step of the Day initiative made a lasting impression towards a low carbon economy. It’s been quite a journey – one I’d like to share with you today.
Enabling anything that can be connected to be connected, the Internet of Things is the hero of this story.
Our world is built with help of technology. We have always worked to develop and improve our societies and our lives through technology. We have invented fantastic things such as the plow, steam engine, the printing press, electrical light, antibiotics, fine arts, music and football….just to name a few.
Commuting is just one issue that the cities of the future will face. But it is also an important one. How can we make the commute faster, better and more enjoyable?
The second edition of the Networked Society city index was released on Wednesday – and I was proud to see Stockholm, my hometown, on it.
ConsumerLab studies show that smartphone users are spending a considerable amount of time on using ‘everyday’ apps and, in the process, integrating internet use into a more mundane level of their lives than ever before.
People tend to have a very intimate relationship with their phones, particularly their smartphones. It’s the first thing a lot of us touch when we wake up in the morning and the last thing we look at before we go to sleep at night.