While 3D printing has been a fringe technology for decades, the numbers give some indication of how quickly it is moving towards the mainstream.
As the first generation to be entirely born in the 21st Century, the influences that shape Generation Alpha are different to previous generations.
After steady growth in recent years, the vinyl record has finally surpassed the CD in physical sales, but digital still dominates sales figures.
Technology is being increasingly integrated with the human body. Here are four areas that are seeing tech become more wearable than ever:
Old models of leadership have become less relevant as times have changed. Leadership has moved away from hierarchy and hereditary, writes McCrindle.
Melbourne is set to pass the 6 million population mark at the end of the decade – overtaking Sydney to become Australia’s largest city.
By observing the changes and thinking about what will influence the future, leaders and organisations can be better prepared for what is to come.
These innovations will make an environmentally and economically sustainable future possible, solving many of the problems raised by renewable energy.
With institutions all the way across the financial sector moving towards these new digital currencies, the question of cash remains a significant one.
Fitbits, Apple Watches and health apps have surged in popularity as more and more individuals seize the opportunity to monitor their health and fitness.