The idea of a hands-on President goes to extremes with the suggestion that he wrote computer code. But it plays well in Oshkosh and does show us how far we ve come with the technology revolution in the US. And the fact that code.
Of course, video aggregation apps have been around for a long time, but few if any have managed to attract huge audiences. Samsung wants to differentiate itself from the pack by striking exclusive deals with some of its content partners.
Based solely on contact with recent posts, I am beginning to believe that the physical vs digital pendulum may be swinging in the other direction again. The paper vs. digital business cards discussion is one example. And the conclusion for now is that both are relevant and necessary.
More Digital Identity and Privacy products are hitting the market. The problem right now is that more of them are designed to leverage tracking and Big Data capabilities for advertising and marketing purposes.
IBM continues to improve its position as a global leader in computing and computing technologies. IBM says it is investing over $1.2 billion in the expansion of data centers and its cloud storage business in order to reach new customers and markets.
McKinsey & Co. found people remain offline due to four main barriers: lack of incentive or awareness of the benefits of being online low income user capability (both a lack of digital literacy and real literacy) insufficient infrastructure
Weve got Google Glasses and Apple iWatch already and more will come as we find new and interesting ways to accessorize. But the most powerful aspect of the developments is the use of wearable tech to monitor blood pressure, heart rate, and other vital sign changes.
Apparently 2015 is the year of wearables. With the wide variety of announcements and rumors surrounding watch-based technology, consumers are going to flock to the offerings from major and minor players. The outcome will probably be predictable.
Media content confusion will abound in 2015. Now that the convergence of traditional media services - radio, television, and print with the Internet - is in full swing, consumers are now faced with complicated choices from available sources of information and the means to get it.
Thoughtful overview of how IoT (Internet of Things) is becoming IoE (Internet of Everything). The vision is clear, but the execution is filled with a tremendous amount of churn (resistance, disruption, and difficulty). And the greatest obstacle? People. You and I.
Big Data and The Internet of Things are 2014 s topics of the year - in my humble opinion. The 60 minutes episode from December 7th is one of the first instances of a huge benefit to the use and collection of Internet tracking.
Here s a great read for you. History will probably tell that the last 50 years have been the most disruptive ever. Hindsight is always 20-20 but living in the midst of all this churn is certainly an adventure.
The Cloud is Huge continues to track IoT (Internet of Things) growth and development throughout the world and in our daily lives. It hasn t seemed to end poverty, but it is impacting the way things happen in our cities.
We expect data rights to take off as full-blown policy and law in the near future, and become a keystone of our country’s relationship with the Internet. Glad to see that others are taking data rights more seriously.