What do you see as the next biggest technology breakthrough?
To be sure and it's the thermos flask: It keeps hot things hot, cold things cold, and it has no moving parts, microchips, or computer technology, - so how does it know the difference? It's surely a wondrous device!
by Michael S. 6 years ago
What could be the biggest invention of the next 100 years?
by Stephanie Hicks 6 years ago
What do you think about implantable microchips that deliver medication to patients?I read about a drug dispensing device that is implanted in a patient's fingertip and controlled via a wireless connection as an alternative to injected medications (i.e. for osteoporosis, and even diabetes someday)...
by joshhunt83 7 years ago
With technology currently advancing rapidly what will the next 50 years give us in terms of technological breakthroughs?
by Credence2 15 months ago
After a rather protracted discussion with a nephew about the need to stop horsing around in regards to his economic future, I had a revelation or two.I was born before Sputnik, in an era of slide rules, vacuum tubes and nascent transistor technology, now I find multi-function calculators in my...
by Kristen Mazzola 3 months ago
What is your biggest inspiration in your life?
by Xenonlit 6 years ago
Will your next computer be a laptop, a tablet or a netbook?With new devices coming out every week, some are predicting the demise of one type or another. Will laptops emerge as the winner?
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