Our car registers a ton of data: speed, routes, gasoline consumption. Data that is useful to us now but that in the future will be applied within a larger ecosystem of big data where all this information will be used efficiently to improve our security and to drive more efficiently. The time is yet to come, but we will give you the keys to knowing everything that will be seen in the coming years.
There's a growing number of cryptocurrencies other than Bitcoin and although they're all similar, each is unique in its own way. Understanding these differences can be very helpful since it allows us to find unique opportunities.
BBVA Innovation Center - Fintonic can be counted among the financial applications with the best track records. It is a leading finance application among independent applications that interfaces directly with the main financial entities in terms of downloads. Its key asset: nurture the user experience and provide the user with access to his or her financial information.
It's far from easy to gain a foothold and shine in the fintech sector. There are plenty of services to be offered, but the challenge is excelling and achieving market leader status. Not all succeed, but the waves that SEED has been making suggest this may be a company to watch.
2015 looks like an important year in the future of many startups. They may be good ideas, but they have to chart their course through a variety of external factors if they are to stay alive. Which are the most interesting? Which sectors should we pay attention to? I'll tell you all you have to know to understand what this year 2015 will be like.
The winner of the G5 Innova awards was announced last week. There, national companies with new ideas seek to find a niche and offer solutions and responses to everyday problems and situations. The winner this time has been Visualfy. An app that wants to bring visual notifications to the cell phones of deaf people. An app that is already available for Android and, thanks to awards like these, will help these companies to continue growing and go international.
Graphene is that science fiction stuff which arises the interest of researchers all around the world. And some Spaniards occupy a very prominent place.
Although many people have already bought or used wearable devices, the truth is that most admit they soon stop using them. That is why the market is looking closely at the so-called Millennium generation (aged between 18 and 34): they are the consumers who could provide the final breakthrough in the use of wearables.
The rapid rise of the 'Internet of Things' has opened up spectacularly the possibility of everyday devices, such as like refrigerators, going beyond their traditional functions to become payment platforms. But, is it realistic to imagine an 'Internet of Payment through Things'?