Convincing worriers and sceptics: Who are the people new technologies need to sway to go mainstream?
Many recent technological advancements, which may have seemed outlandish even five years ago, have started to enter the mainstream.
Take fingerprint recognition on smartphones – an advancement which has come so far that now 64% of us would consider using it to access our bank accounts.
Yet for all the innovations that become part of our everyday lives, there are others – such as Google Glass and 3D TVs – which fail to make the same impact.
for all the innovations that become part of our everyday...