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schan
Posted by schan; on Oct 06, 2015
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This blog post is a response to the 6th October 2015 Meeting of the Minds & Living Cities group blogging event. The topic states that year is now 2050. Write a letter to the people of 2015 describing what the city is like, and give them advice on the…

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dsarangan
Posted by dsarangan; on Oct 02, 2015
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AT&Ts IoT Strategy and plans as highlighted at the 2015 AT&T Industry Analyst Summit

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vmichalik
Posted by vmichalik; on Sep 23, 2015
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Teleportation has long been the realm of science fiction. From Douglas Adams to Isaac Asimov, storytellers have ensnared us with visions of instantaneous travel. Physical teleportation remains a fantasy. Quantum teleportation, the transfer of quantu…


sramkumar
Posted by sramkumar; on Sep 14, 2015
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Blog providing an update on GE in the Industrial Internet of Things


rgruia
Posted by rgruia; on Sep 09, 2015
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One hint about the importance of tomorrow’s media event to Apple lies in the choice the company made for this year’s venue: the Bill Graham Auditorium, which can seat up to 7,000 people, as opposed to last year’s September location, the Flint Center,…


vmichalik
Posted by vmichalik; on Sep 02, 2015
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Two factions have emerged in what will prove, however it is resolved, to be a pivotal moment for the Bitcoin Blockchain. Bitcoin is heading into dangerous territory and an unnecessary crisis point, according to one faction of developers. The time has…


sramkumar
Posted by sramkumar; on Aug 28, 2015
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Blog about Google's IoT Strategy


vmichalik
Posted by vmichalik; on Aug 12, 2015
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In less than 1000 words, Larry Page just created a new company big enough to own Google


BrendanRead
Posted by BrendanRead; on Jul 23, 2015
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A disturbing new Wired magazine article illustrates the threat of carhacking and why immediate government action is needed to stop it.


vmichalik
Posted by vmichalik; on Jul 23, 2015
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Google, Facebook, Dropbox... Anyone who stores your data online could give any or all of their customers' data up to the government, or hackers. How many of the services you use do you really trust with that data any further than necessary? MIT's Med…


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