This in-depth look at one of the most technologically advanced countries in the world examines the impact of digital technologies such as mobile money, BYOD, the internet of things and more. For nearly 150 years, the United States has been at the heart of many revolutionary inventions, from the personal computer to the development of the social networks, and now the cloud – but never before has digital security been so important. Read on to see why.
By the end of 2012, a predicted 54.8 million Americans will be using tablet devices. Click here for more statistics from the Digital USA.
Mobile banking and mPayment turn your phone into a virtual wallet or bank branch, and a whole host of innovative applications are here already or on their way soon. Say hello to the future of money.
Digital innovation is rife in the automotive industry. We look at new technologies that aim to make cars easier and safer to drive – and one that gets rid of the driver altogether!
It’s taken a while, but the US is finally embracing secure chip and PIN payment cards. Find out why this is good news for banks, vendors and consumers alike.
This year’s Presidential election campaign has demonstrated that social media are now a key element of any political strategy. So what makes these – often niche – channels so important?
From ePassports to mobile boarding passes, secure digital technology is helping to make air travel a more pleasant experience for passengers, increasing efficiency and reducing time spent standing in line.
Nearly a third of employees in large US businesses use personal devices such as smartphones for work and the number is growing. We look at the security issues around the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend.
Hospitals and security experts are helping to devise sophisticated software and hardware systems to reduce costs and increase privacy in healthcare. That’s good news for hospitals and patients alike.
"What I do is model what it will feel like to be a human in the years 2020-2025." Intel's futurist explains how he goes about creating a model of the world of the future.
We look at the technology trends coming your way soon, including the internet of things, smart cities and energy grids, the spread of NFC, voice recognition and ultra-thin screens.