Our Digital Marketing Company in Toronto has compiled a list of the 5 most popular tech gadgets according to social media.
Today’s top tech gadgets gain popularity faster in the digital age due to the power of social media marketing. It would take a lot longer 10 years ago with traditional marketing and Word of Mouth Marketing. Our Digital Marketing Company in Toronto has compiled a list of 5 most popular tech gadgets according to social media.
1. 3D Printing
One area where technology’s role as a channel for innovation is predominantly evident is 3D printing. According to Gartner, a tech research company, we are in the early stages of a “Digital Industrial Revolution” that threatens to reform how material goods are created and 3D printing is at the center of this revolution. It is highly likely that over the course of this year, HP will introduce new materials and new printer models that will utilize the technology. What will spearhead their rollout is the overwhelming support it will receive from social media users.
2. Internet of Things
Everyone is talking about Internet of Things on social media because the connection between people, machines and businesses can prove to make work and life smarter and more productive. Gartner researchers argue that there is ample opportunity to build applications and services that can use that information to create new engagement models for customers, employees and partners and to promote a new set of business and marketing models that take “engagement” to a whole different level. Click here to view the Top 10 Internet of Things Technologies for 2017 and 2018 that Gartner has identified.
As well, according to a recent Business Insider report, there were 6.6 million IoT devices existing in 2016. This number is expected to increase to 22.5 billion by 2021. The same study also forecasted that there will be $4.8 trillion in aggregate IoT investment between 2016 and 2021. To read more about the key takeaways of the BI Intelligence Report click here. These predictions could prove to be accurate given that there is a multitude of wireless technologies now existent for your smart home needs — Zigbee, Z-Wave, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and more. And there’sthere are more smart home platforms to consider — Wink, SmartThings, Iris by Lowe’s;, even systems from security providers like ADT and big brands like Comcast.
3. Synthetic Foods
As the world gets more and more populated and our natural resources become more and more obsolete, how and what we eat will change as we move forward in the year 2017. The world will start to think of ways to feed itself and are looking into synthetic food as an option. Join the discussion and see how popular synthetic food is on social media by keying in #syntheticfood and #syntheticbiology on either Facebook or Twitter.
4. Beyond Driverless Cars
Driverless tech was last year’s news. This year, car companies will have to go beyond those mundane technologies to wow audiences and get their attention. It looks like they are doing just that — mostly by making the car’s interior smarter. Think: windshields with heads-up displays (HUDs) and more connected-car gadgets.
5. Cordless Virtual Reality (VR) Headsets
A major grievance on social media about the current VR headsets was that they were not wireless. In this day andin age where we have WiFi and Bluetooth, they next plausible step would be to create cordless devices. Intel has already announced such a device in Project Alloy and I am sure other manufacturers will follow soon. For an excellent wireless and inexpensive VR headset manufactured in Canada try www.Starkvrpro.com.