How XR is powering the fourth industrial revolution

Coupled with data from the internet of things, extended reality is changing the way people work and driving industrial innovation

Google Glass lessons: look past XR hype

The significant potential of reality technologies should not be lost in past hype and disappointment

Seeing a future for Google Glass 2.0?

Workers at agricultural equipment manufacturer AGCO use Google Glass Enterprise Edition to view assembly instructions, make reports and get remote video support

Now targeted at manufacturing and other enterprise uses, will Google Glass succeed second time around?

Managing risk of own devices

The advantages of allowing staff to use their own technology at work could outweigh security implications, as Jonathan Weinberg reports

Silent salesman must speak up

As consumers and regulators alike demand more information about products, new developments are in store for labelling, writes Nick Martindale

Forward to the future

Future gazing in the mobile technology sector is no longer the stuff of science fiction and there’s big money at stake for those who predict the shape of things to come, as David Robertson reports

Tech specs set to be a must-have?

They may seem weird and wacky now but, as Dan Matthews reports, glasses featuring a small screen could be on a face near you soon

A certain journey into the unknown

Social media has come a long way in a short time. In just a few years it has become one of the dominant forms of communication across the industrialised world. But we are still at the very beginning of the growth curve, writes Dan Matthews