Posted by sramkumar; on Nov 05, 2015
Category : Mobile & Wireless
Blog exploring wearable opportunity in the digital payments market
Posted by Unknown user on Oct 31, 2015
As billions of connected devices start joining the Internet of Things (IoT), businesses will experience exciting transformations in some areas and unwelcome disruption in others. Not least, the network environment itself will transform into an astoni…
Posted by vmichalik; on Oct 27, 2015
High transaction costs in the inefficient markets of the past led to the creation of the business as we know it. A huge proportion of today’s business sector is designed to meet these needs. However, the world is rapidly changing, and making these ol…
Posted by lawrencelundy; on Oct 14, 2015
Technology has always replaced human labour. But artificial intelligence will replace jobs so quickly, workers will be left without jobs. Society will have to adapt to an age of worklessness. The Universal Basic Income offers a policy prescription.
Posted by jsterling; on Oct 09, 2015
Want to keep enjoying strawberries in the middle of winter? Then you have to trust that these and other perishables are maintained in good condition over vast shipping distances.
Posted by schan; on Oct 06, 2015
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…
Posted by dsarangan; on Oct 02, 2015
AT&Ts IoT Strategy and plans as highlighted at the 2015 AT&T Industry Analyst Summit
Posted by jsterling; on Sep 29, 2015
North American businesses continue to demonstrate high interest in deploying mobile software applications to their employees (B2E). Why? ROI, more engaged customers, and happier workers.
Posted by jsterling; on Sep 28, 2015
Most North American companies prefer to work with an outside expert when choosing and deploying mobile apps. However, their partner preferences are changing -- and the shift may be troubling to wireless carriers.