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How Far Away Is The Internet Of Things?

How Far Away Is The Internet Of Things?

How Far Away Is The Internet Of Things? For all the talk about the growth and expansion of the internet of things, the reality is that we are still quite far away from seeing consumer level, widespread adoption of the concept. How long will it be until the internet of things becomes an everyday reality?

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Wearable Tech – Will It Ever Be Fashionable?

Wearable Tech – Will It Ever Be Fashionable?

Wearable Tech – Will It Ever Be Fashionable? Wearable tech is taking over the world, and in that sense, it’s already fashionable. As we noted last week, the sector is expected to grow from $14 billion in 2014 to $70+ billion in 2024. But what about ‘high-fashion’? The catwalks and runways of London, Paris, and Milan? Can

Pinup: Shodogg Technology Allows Universal Data Access

Pinup: Shodogg Technology Allows Universal Data Access

Shodogg Technology Allows Universal Data Access A technology startup with a demonstrated track record of performance and innovation, Shodogg offers businesses, government, and other end users the opportunity to access data from any mobile device and display the information on smart screens anywhere else in the world. Founded in 2011, the company, which operates from

Startup: Refresh Glassware For Google Glass

Startup: Refresh Glassware For Google Glass

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA– (Marketwired – Feb 6, 2014) – Refresh today announces the release of Refresh Glassware for Google Glass. Building on the success of its recent iPhone app, Refresh has developed the only Glassware that takes the hard work out of meeting preparation by delivering only the most relevant status updates, photos, and email messages about

Cloud News Round Up – February 5th

Cloud News Round Up – February 5th

Microsoft Appoints New, Cloud-Focused CEO – It’s been a headline maker for months, as many media outlets have been asking the question of ‘who will be Microsoft’s next CEO?’, with these articles analyzing who would be best to lead Microsoft into an era where tablets are as much of a must have item as their own Windows-running