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Dear Slack, Get over Microsoft. You have a bigger problem.
On November 2, 2016, Microsoft officially launched Microsoft Teams (a chat-based workspace Software as a Service) that ties into its…
Apple Is The Fruit, Google Is The Tree
This whole “apple” name thing, with the bite in that logo, you know it is about the biblical genesis, right?
How to Survive a Cyber Zombie Apocalypse
The Internet of Things (IoT) is an ecosystem composed of specialized devices with sensors connected wirelessly to cloud counterparts to…
To shape the future we have to save the past
What do autonomous driving, artificial intelligence, virtual reality, or IoT have to do with ancient history?
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This Is How You Make Money in Virtual Reality
Because making money in virtual reality isn’t as simple as launching a brand new VR application.
Those reports on Google funding academic research may be 99% nonsense — but we should talk about…
With thanks to Molly Sauter for reporting help
Ataribox: Did Atari Do The Math?
Current gaming content is what we all want and it looks as though Atari wants it, too.
In Reinterpreting Steve Jobs Folklore, an Opera Disrupts Its Form
Silicon Valley’s favorite iconoclast is getting his own, appropriately high-tech musical
These robots are teaching themselves to walk, run and jump
Charlotte Edmond, Formative Content
World Economic Forum
IoT UX Design
An Analysis Of 4 IoT Products
FCC signals rollback on net neutrality rules; Nearly 11 million comments filed
Before the Federal Communications Commission takes action, it puts out proposals and asks for public comments. When it comes to net…
Fiction: Who Killed Windows Phone?
by Jean-Louis Gassée
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Why Are Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality Taking So Long?
It all comes down to consistency.
Why Google Fiber Failed to Disrupt the ISPs
Where’s the fiber-optic internet we were promised?
The future of open source?
What is the future anyway?
In 1995, this astronomer predicted the Internet’s greatest failure
And, of course, we trolled him for it for decades.
The Internet Wasn’t Built For Gaming
How To Create Infrastructure For The Future Of eSports
Bitcoin Forks: Ulterior Motives?
Game Theory of Segwit2x and UASF
Towards an Internet of Living Things
How conservation groups are using technology to understand and protect our planet in an entirely new way.
Introducing Level 5 and Our Self-Driving Team
For a long time, we at Lyft have shared our plan to help end car ownership in order to usher in a transportation revolution that improves…
Is VR Ever Going Mainstream?
Why Storytelling is the Grand Obstacle for Making VR Mainstream
The Underground World of Magical Resistance (on the Internet)
This is going to sound strange, but bear with me: I think a lot about witchcraft and computers, specifically the concept of magic in…
A new chapter for Glass
After two years in a limited program, Glass Enterprise Edition is now available to more businesses through our network of expert partners
Why Tokens are Eating the World
The title of this post pays homage to Marc Andreessen’s epic post in 2012, “Why Software is Eating the World.” Marc made some very…
CM2- Night Rider, our first ££ commercial bus route
Filling a gap in the London night network