On September 12, Apple announced a new generation of iPhone: the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. And it’s worth taking notice. It ignites what Shel Israel and Robert Scoble refer to as “The Fourth Transformation,” which will happen faster than the previous three technological leaps forward. What is “The Fourth Transformation” exactly? It’s putting augmented reality (AR) and artificial intelligence (AI) in the palm of your hand. And it’s about to change everything.
The pace of change in search engine optimization (SEO) continues to accelerate. It’s quickly evolving beyond the usual tried-and-true tactics to a more sophisticated and audience-centric discipline. Consider a few posts from recent weeks.
Here at Sundog, we’re fortunate to have not one, but two Google Glass Explorers! On this episode, our panelists talk about their Glass experience and discuss its marketing and technology possibilities.
You’ve heard the reports that Google plans to open a series of brick and mortar stores, right? Good. Have you also thought, “They must be crazy, a search engine isn’t a physical thing!”? You’re not alone in thinking that, but here are three products that prove that the time is right for Google to have their own B&M stores:
A little while ago I wrote about the Sony SmartWatch and all of the different and possible uses for it. A month later Google had announced Project Glass at IO and Alex Berg and I even went into all kinds of details about it in a recent Podcast. It’s only logical that there would be different ideas merging and being created from these new types of technology.
While still in its infancy, augmented reality (AR) offers some promising applications for both businesses and consumers. Alex and Craig stop by to share their visions of an augmented future.