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Cisco unveils 'fog computing' to bridge clouds and the Internet of Things

Cisco unveils 'fog computing' to bridge clouds and the Internet of Things | The 5 most important technologies to come | Scoop.it
If the hardest part of the "Internet of Things" is getting to the Things, Cisco Systems is offering a lifeline.
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In this article Stephen Lawson reviews the emerging new technology called 'Fog Computing' which he believes will be the future of some where between cloud and the internet.


Stephens research focuses on this new technology and the future of it. Although rarely thought of he touches a most important point in our society the utility industry which we all depend on unconsciously.

 

The text appears to be well researched and makes reference of the actual designers of the idea. It also explains well the theory of how it all works and its application.

 

Because the information is up-to-date and from a reliable source i think this is a very useful source to take note from.

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EmergingTech | The 5 most important technologies to come | Scoop.it
A look at emerging technologies and how they'll affect our lives.
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Tom Narwa in this infographic representation of the future puts forth alto of information on a very wide scale of activities to come.

 

Due to the fact of it starting on 2012 we can have a slight look at what has been and see how it goes to what will be. 

 

The author dose use quite a few reference points and gives a large amount of data but has minimal supporting data to his claims

 

Although i am only looking into the 5 coming years it gives a good for cast on what might be in the years to come. i believe it will be a helpful source for the piece im writing

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IEC - Newslog > 2014-02-24: Nanotechnology may be key to solar energy and energy storage

IEC - Newslog > 2014-02-24: Nanotechnology may be key to solar energy and energy storage | The 5 most important technologies to come | Scoop.it
IEC - Newslog > 2014-02-24: Nanotechnology may be key to solar energy and energy storage
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In this article Dr. Björn P. Moller from the IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission) and the Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI expresses his belief of the future of nano technology. combined with the need for renewable solar energy  and energy storage it will be a great break through in the coming years.


Dr. Björn P. Moller expresses that the technology now being worked on in collaboration with the great hunger for power in this world will lead to some astonishing break troughs in renewable power. He claims that fossil fuel energy will decrees to 75% of the worlds energy supplier  by 2035. And with regards to battery power that nano technology is the biggest breakthrough since the 1990s


Although the author puts out some data on his predictions the articular is limited due to the lack of supporting evidence 

 

Because the information is up to date and from a reliable source, apart from its lack of supporting evidence i think its a good basis to work from.

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The Rise of Mobile Commerce | Visual.ly

The Rise of Mobile Commerce | Visual.ly | The 5 most important technologies to come | Scoop.it
Mobile commerce is huge, and it's only getting bigger. With the holiday shopping season just around the corner, there has never been a more important
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This article examines the trends in the global and American mobile commerce. The author through the use of the infograph shows the growth of this area....and leaves us open to where it might go.

 

Warren Dunlop research focuses on the growth of the market from early 2011 to 2012 and then forecast on to today. He also breaks the growth down into mobile ,tablets and computers.

 

Although the data has no reference and is a bit old it is very detailed and checking if cross referenced it could be very use full to show the pass and predict the future.

 

This article will be use full due to it detailed rise in various different aspects. it is a part of technology that is often forgotten but i believe it is very applicable.

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Beyond the Moore's Law: Nanocomputing using nanowire tiles

Beyond the Moore's Law: Nanocomputing using nanowire tiles | The 5 most important technologies to come | Scoop.it
An interdisciplinary team of scientists and engineers from The MITRE Corporation and Harvard University have taken key steps toward ultra-small electronic computer systems that push beyond the imminent end of Moore's Law, which states that the device density and overall processing power for computers ...
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The authors describe the future possibilities of nano technology in relation to the computing world. They believe that this is the future of computers in relevance with Moore's law.

 

Moore's law states that the device density and overall processing power for computers will double every two to three years. With the system which we now use for building computers with in the next 3 years we could stop our advancement as Moore describes unless this is embraced

 

Theories are supported by well-known researchers in this field, James Ellenbogen, chief scientist for nanotechnology at MITRE and an expert in the development of computers integrated and many other computing geniuses.

 


This article works well with my topic due to the fact it is one of the most evident growing technologies and it is a well documented article by various heavy-weights of nano computing.


 

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The Next Big Thing You Missed: 3-D Printing Promises Better Bionic Limbs for ... - Wired

The Next Big Thing You Missed: 3-D Printing Promises Better Bionic Limbs for ... - Wired | The 5 most important technologies to come | Scoop.it
The Next Big Thing You Missed: 3-D Printing Promises Better Bionic Limbs for ...
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in this artificial David Sengeh exposes the amazing advances in prosthetic limbs thanks to the technological advancement of 3 D printing.


David Sengeh is doing a Ph.D on  custom prosthetic sockets and is undertaking large amounts of research to make them available in poverty stricken countries. He is combining the technology of MRI and the 3 D printing to create a completely computer based system so that the machines can be sent to country's that have minimal or no prior knowledge in prosthetic design and can custom fit them to the people in need.

I believe that in the future when all the bumps are ironed out of his system and cost of the printers are reduce this will be a great prosthetic break through.

This is just one of the many applications for 3 D printers. As time goes on and the materials in 3d printers can be varied and larger sized objects can be created at a economic price the 3 D printer could become a regular sight in every Australian home.

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