December 11, 2014

Weekly Mashup 63

The most exciting tech products you can expect in 2015 Business Insider

2015 is going to be a big year for tech, so make way for the launches of innovative devices and software including the Apple Watch, Windows 10 and, potentially, a Samsung phone with a bendy screen. (And not bendy like the iPhone6 was accidentally bendy...)


Blippar interactive print image recognition visual browser is turning Radio Times publications into retailers

Immediate Media’s huge digital strategy is turning magazines into retailers Flash And Flames

Immediate’s CEO Tom Bureau plans to revitalise the company, not by putting everything online but by turning their print output digitally interactive. Take a look at Blippar's collaboration with Radio Times for an idea of how they're doing it.


Digital technologies visual recognition and augmented reality becomes more popular in arts across UK

More UK arts venues are embracing digital technologies to boost revenue Arts Professional

Three out of four British cultural organisations now recognize the value of digital to support their work, according to new findings from the Digital R&D Fund for the Arts.


What will the world look like in 20120? Telefonica I+D takes a look YouTube

A musical infographic video examines what the world will look like in five years, explaining that there will be 6,000,000,000 mobile phone users and that the daily use of augmented reality will be commonplace.


Starbucks introduces proximity bluetooth technology iBeacon  for mobile experiences

Starbucks to introduce iBeacons to offer coffee customers mobile experiences Mobile Commerce Daily

Java giant Starbucks plans to roll out Apple iBeacons marketing plan in 2015 to give coffee drinkers exclusive local content accessed via smartphones.


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