From the blog

  • The workplace of 2025: a Microsoft productivity vision


    Can wearables, touch interfaces and pervasive computing change the world of work? Microsoft is exploring the future of productivity.

    By Adam Tinworth

  • Presenting: the NEXT Generation Study


    What matters to the “NEXT Generation”? Which offers are relevant to them and for what reasons? Which technical developments that will change everyday life are welcomed or feared by them? Our psychological investigations reveals the changing face of a generation.

    By Wiebke Ammermann

  • Beacons: connecting the physical and digital


    Beacons are the invisible physical and digital keys to new services

    By Wiebke Ammermann

  • Internet of Things


    Connecting things for fun and profit - that's the promise of the Internet of Things, as Peter Bihr explores.

    By Peter Bihr

  • 2015: The Year of Mobile Payment


    What happens when your smartphone becomes your wallet? 2015 is the year we find out, as Meike Schreiber explores.

    By Meike Schreiber

  • The Amazon Challenge


    In the first of a series of extracts from the NEXT Year! book, Olaf Kolbrück explores what Amazon’s dominant position means for costumers and marketers

    By Olaf Kolbrueck

  • Computers start beating humans at image recognition


    Microsoft's researchers have manage to craft image recognition software that beats humans on a reference set of images.

    By Adam Tinworth

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Next14 talks

  • Building robocars


    Keynote by Brad Templeton of Singularity University about self-driving cars.

    By Nico Mohrmann

  • The pocket drone


    Demo by Bart Remes of TUDelft.

    By Nico Mohrmann

  • The network always wins


    Keynote by Peter Hinssen, Author.

    By Nico Mohrmann

  • Smartphone zombies


    Talk by Fabian Hemmert of Muthesius Kunsthochschule.

    By Nico Mohrmann

  • Arms race


    Talk by Mikko Hypponen (F-Secure)

    By Nico Mohrmann

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