Proliferating super apps. Immortality-as-a-service. The rise of consumer robots. Smell goes digital. Here are the top tech trends poised to reshape industries in 2023.
The next generation of wireless technology could affect a wide range of industries, from healthcare to financial services to retail.
Blockchain is transforming everything from payments transactions to how money is raised in the private market. Will the traditional banking industry embrace this technology or be replaced by it?
From overproducing expensive bikes to spending millions on acquiring customers for a product only purchased once a decade, D2C brands have experienced countless growing pains in recent years. We identify the lessons to be learned from major D2C brands that dug themselves into a hole.
What separates success from failure? These 11 laws contain some of the most influential ideas that the biggest tech companies use to run their operations, design business models, and build products.
The eventual shape of the metaverse is far from certain, but underlying trends in how consumers value their digital identities and spend money online are already creating far-reaching opportunities and challenges. From retail to banking to advertising, we look at the industries poised to be reshaped by the metaverse. Get the report.
A look at the evolution of the fashion industry and where technology is taking it next, from AR/VR dressing rooms to temperature-changing smart fabrics to virtual goods in the metaverse.
Facing enormous pressure to stay competitive, manufacturers are turning to technology to digitize and automate operations. We take a look at the evolution of manufacturing and where technology is bringing it next, from human-powered exosuits to collaborative robots and beyond.
Consumers are increasingly pushing for sustainable business practices in retail, driving businesses to reassess what they produce — and how. From ingredient upcycling to plastic alternatives to smart trash cans, we look at the technologies placing sustainability at the center of retail products and processes.
The Post-Covid World
In industries from healthcare to education to finance to manufacturing, quarantine and extended work-from-home forced companies to use technology to reimagine nearly every facet of their operations. As the world reopens in fits and starts, we analyze the industries poised to thrive in a post-Covid world.
More than any previous generation, millennials are embracing new and alternative ways of managing their money. We break down how millennial sensibilities are shaping innovation in personal finance across 5 core areas and how startups & incumbents are responding.
Micromobility startups have struggled with profitability issues, which were exacerbated by Covid-19. But these startups are seeing a post-pandemic rebound. We dive into what micromobility looks like around the world, leaders across the space, and obstacles that these transportation solutions are facing.
Electric vehicle sales are growing quickly, yet they still only account for a small fraction of the cars on the road. But that could soon change. We look at the global EV landscape, barriers to adoption, and the brands to watch.
In the era of online hangouts, Discord has evolved beyond its gaming world origins to become the go-to communication platform for a diverse array of online communities. As the platform grows, it remains loyal to its unconventional, ad-free business model.
Quantum computing could break the encryption used today to secure everything from emails to bank payments, but new encryption approaches will help. We look at what post-quantum cryptography is and what companies need to think about before implementing it.
Will a meatless food industry featuring lab-grown meat, seafood substitutes, and insect protein be the future of food? As Covid-19 upends the traditional meat supply chain, food giants and startups alike are working to navigate a future where protein isn't dominated by conventional meat sources.
Robinhood has made investing accessible for even the most inexperienced first-time investors. But while it has attracted millions of users with its no-fee, gamified approach, critics argue that the company's business model is not without risk.
Creators demanding monetization tools have long been ignored. Now, the tide may have turned in their favor — and tech giants are finally capitulating.
Millennials are one of the largest generations in history, and they're hitting their prime spending years. These are the industries that stand to benefit the most.
2020 was a redefining year for beauty tech. As consumer values and expectations shifted, big beauty corporates and startups alike have been forced to adapt. From “waterless” beauty products to virtual try-on, here are the trends and tech that will continue to transform the sector in 2021 and beyond.