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Free PaaS options for deving, experimenting and more

Free PaaS options for deving, experimenting and more | Technologies | Scoop.it

I thought to share a few of them for others to see and benefit. They are especially useful if you are trying to learn a new technology and try out different service providers.

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Blackberry: l'entreprise sauvée par ses fondateurs ? - Le Monde Informatique

Blackberry: l'entreprise sauvée par ses fondateurs ? - Le Monde Informatique | Technologies | Scoop.it
Acquisition : Mike Lazaridis et Doug Fregin, co-fondateurs de BlackBerry, étudient un rachat total ou partiel de l'entreprise. Goldman Sachs et Centerview Partners les
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"It's not the consumers' job to know what they want" but 4 to 1 early adopters would pick smart watches over glasses

"It's not the consumers' job to know what they want" but 4 to 1 early adopters would pick smart watches over glasses | Technologies | Scoop.it

One of the most important questions about the future of computing is this: wrist or face? Google has been trumpeting its Glass devices, which can take photos and run applications like Facebook and Twitter on a small screen within eyesight. Apple, which is working on a secret smartwatch, has been publicly pushing the case for the wrist.


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Guillaume Decugis's curator insight, November 6, 2013 12:17 PM

Of course the big caveat of this study is that it's very hard for consumers to project themselves using new devices they haven't discovered yet. The story of the iPad is a good example of that. But it's an interesting data point in the coming glass vs watch battle in the Apple / Google war.