In this write up, the readers will get information on future technology and learn to what extent modern technology has been developed to assist the growth of human civilization. Nero’s ship was designed to be a mining craft, and was used as such in the Prime universe, but given that it has only appeared in the Kelvin Timeline as a vessel for war and his ship, or its technology, have possibly not yet been invented, in an abstract sense, the Narada has never been a mining ship and the repurposed mining drill has only ever been used to destroy planets.
It’s poignantly fitting that in travelling through time, Nero is also able to (mis)appropriate the alternative future” technology of the black-hole creating red matter that was intended to be used as a method of saving Romulus Prime (Nero’s home planet), to destroy Vulcan (reboot Spock’s Zachary Quinto home planet) in the alternative past.
Based on in-depth analysis, and grounded in a proof of concept being conducted by Accenture Technology Labs, the Technology Innovation Radar aggregates conceptual, emerging and improving technologies into categories, depending on the principal purpose for which these technologies are being developed.
Considering the image Hollywood movies and TV have imprinted about going to the dentist, one would expect that orthodontist visits would remind me of awkward teen years and memories I wish we didn’t have, but now and even then I found that Orthodontists and their practice fought hard battles to prove these ideas unmerited.
This explains why communicators in the reboots are still quite clunky in comparison to mobile phones in popular use circa 2009 (especially when it’s worth noting that communicators became small badges in Star Trek: The Next Generation, presumably in an attempt to move beyond the near-future mobile technology of the late ‘80s, when the show was produced).