Tag Archives: business
Humans Invent and Sharp explore what it means to be part of “Generation Cloud”.
Humans Invent looks at the positive and negative effects of a world that is constantly online.
Humans Invent talks to Sharp Devices Europe about their new tuneable white light LED, the Tiger Zenigata.
Humans Invent finds out about the app that makes shopping a whole lot easier.
Humans Invent spoke to Britain’s famous engineer about the opening of the RCA Dyson building.
Humans Invent visits Sugru HQ to find out why this material could prove so revolutionary.
Bacteria could be the answer in making the high-speed computers of the future.
Humans Invent investigates whether it’s best for businesses to store data in house or in a data centre.
Humans Invent investigate how technology is changing learning environments in schools.
The smartphone credit card reader has arrived. But is it the future for mobile payments?
For something that comes from the sky, there’s an astoundingly large amount of digging to get solar working.
Do you ever stop to think about the invisible data all around you?
Do we need more cuts? When your printer services are costing businesses thousands.
Did you know the idea for the camera phone was conceived in a maternity ward?
Scientists are currently developing a paint that can detect faults in structures.
With quantum computers fast becoming a reality should we be worried about an online Cold War?
Until now augmented reality has been the talk of fantasy, but in 2012 AR will finally arrive.
The world’s first plug-and-play 3D printer designed for home use makes an appearance.
Bonkers artist Frank Boelter makes giant paper boats and diving suits for houseflies.
Ecocradle offers custom and environmentally friendly packaging made out of mushrooms.