When Stephen Hawking wanted to speak, he chose letters and words from a synthesiser screen controlled by twitches of a muscle in his cheek.
But the painstaking process the cosmologist used might soon be bound for the dustbin. With a radical new approach, doctors have found a way to extract a person’s speech directly from their brain.Read More
The Emotions Report
In this report we examine how we share emotions online, when we use emojis, and the impact emotional conversations has on brands and agencies.Read More
This is actually not the last photo of him. There is a photo that shows him returning home from hospital, a couple of days later he dies. I will post it below.
There can be many reasons why Steve Jobs couldn't stop the photo. First of all it is incredibly hard to delete something out of the internet.Read More
WeTransfer may be a digital technology brand, but in its latest campaign, it's encouraging people to reconnect with the real world.Read More
Web Smith’s recent experience at his local Apple store in the suburbs of Columbus, Ohio, has been an exercise in frustration.
There was the time he visited the Easton Town Center location to buy a laptop for his 11-year-old daughter and spent almost 20 minutes getting an employee to accept his credit card. In January, Smith was buying a monitor and kept asking store workers to check him out, but they couldn’t because they were Apple “Geniuses” handling tech support and not sales.Read More