internet of things

Anybody Home? The Past and Future of Home Interactions

Posted By on April 14, 2016

Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino is an interaction designer, product designer, entrepreneur and speaker that focuses on the internet of things. Alexandra was named 2nd in “Top 100 Internet of Things Thought Leaders” (Onalytica, 2014), included in the “Top 100 Influencial Tech Women on Twitter” (Business Insider, 2014) & included in the “Top 10 IOT Influencers you need to

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500 Billion Internet of Things Devices by 2025

Posted By on November 6, 2015

In 500 Billion Internet of Things Devices by 2025 we share a summary of a discussion at Fortune’s Global Forum about connected devices on Monday November 2nd, 2015. The Internet of things, in which anything from refrigerators to cars are connected online, is such an important development that companies failing to recognize it risk becoming irrelevant. That was

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Bruce Sterling on the Internet of Things

Posted By on October 6, 2015

ThingsCon is Europe’s leading conference about the future of hardware, connected devices and Internet of Things. In talks, workshops and intimate sessions, an international lineup of top notch speakers covers everything it takes to grow a hardware product from prototype to scaling business – and help participants build the companies of tomorrow. Sounds awesome. Here

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We Need Calm Technology

Posted By on September 17, 2015

We are at risk of a chaotic world. Today we see more than 6 billion people have access to cell phones and more than 2 billion people have smart phones in the world. They remind us of their presence every time, text, message, or notification comes in. They are hungry for attention. Add to that the rise

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The Future of Work: Open APIs Will Change Your World

Posted By on September 4, 2015

In computer programming, an application programming interface (API) is a set of routines, protocols, and tools for building software applications. An API expresses a software component in terms of its operations, inputs, outputs, and underlying types. An API defines functionalities that are independent of their respective implementations, which allows definitions and implementations to vary without compromising

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