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Tolls, fuel, traffic jams, restaurants: review of apps to help you head off on your holidays.
More and more, GPS apps are offering offline services that are often free, sometimes paid, but always work well.
The subject of dreams for a long time, the smart city has now become a reality. Better still, it represents a genuine alternative for its citizens.
Announcements of new modes of payment via mobile, tablet, or computer are multiplying. The Collective here presents those that are or will be here to stay.
CES 2016 was all about drones and virtual reality. But it doesn’t stop there... Here are the ten products that stood out for us.
Thanks to the new OCS VR virtual reality app, you will understand the true meaning of “home theatre”.
Pitch, business plan, communication: on the occasion of Viva Tech, The Collective has selected a list of applications for start-uppers.
Meet Christopher Carling, a pioneer in the application of data analysis to football in France.
Sleep, light, clean air, less household tasks: there are many connected objects that can improve our daily lives at home. Our overview.
The Collective has picked out a set of connected objects for you to enhance your daily meals and your health.
Now that they form an integral part of our daily lives, connected objects are also contributing to our well-being. This contribution can be made in various, sometimes surprising, ways, from the electric toothbrush to the illuminating alarm clock.