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11 December

hack a day

  • 10:00
    First there were vinyl records, then came cassettes, CDs, those failed audio-on-DVD formats, and then downloads. To quote the band, [Bateleur], “you can’t pay someone to take a CD these days.” So how do you release your new album? By hiding a Raspberry Pi in a semi-transparent fake rock on a mountainous cliff, and requiring a secret whistle to enable it, naturally. Once activated, you’ll be able to plug into the USB port and download the album, or sit there on a remote hillside cliff overlooking the ocean and enjoy the new tunes. Because there’s a headphone jack in the rock, naturally. (...) --
  • 07:00
    [Tim]’s Dice10 is an exercise in minimalism. Building an electronic dice using an ATtiny10 with code that fits within 1kB is not too difficult. Charlieplexing the LED’s would have used three of the four available GPIO pins. [Tim] upped the game by using just two GPIO pins to drive the seven LED’s for the dice. A third GPIO is used as a touch button input. Besides the ATtiny and the LED’s, the only other component used is a capacitor across the supply inputs. 2 GPIO for 7 LED’s The LED’s are grouped in three pairs of two LED’s and a single centre LED. Usually, Charlieplexed LED’s are connected (...) --
  • 04:00
    Do you have a car? Does that car have a manual transmission? Do you want to beautify your shifter knob, while simultaneously gaining mad street cred, yo? Well, you’re in luck, because all of that can be done for the low, low price of a couple old skateboard decks, a lathe, and a lot of glue. This project, from [basiltab] illustrates how you can use old skateboard decks to create really cool looking custom shifter knobs. The process starts with cutting the decks up into uniform strips, which are then glued and clamped to form small planks. Sections of the decks were alternated, to create a (...) --

Techmeme

Engadget

The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW)

TechCrunch

  • 00:00
    We tend to think of machines, in particular smart machines, as somehow cold, calculating and unbiased. For some of us, this is a bug: Machines should not be empathetic outside of their rigid point of view. For others, it is a feature: They should be freed of human bias. But in the middle, there is the view they will be objective. Of course, nothing could be further from the truth. Read More -- Artificial Intelligence, Column, TC, bias

Techmeme

Daring Fireball

  • 02:55
    Kara Swisher, reporting for Recode: Alphabet CEO Larry Page, Apple CEO Tim Cook and Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg are among the small group of top tech leaders who will attend a summit with President-elect Donald Trump on Wednesday at Trump Tower in Manhattan, according to numerous sources with knowledge of the situation. […] Those who will be attending (although most of the companies declined to comment to Recode) along with Page, Cook and Sandberg, include: Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella; Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins; IBM CEO Ginni Rometty; Intel CEO Brian Krzanich; and Oracle CEO Safra Catz. (...)
  • 02:25
    The entirety of the Trump transition team’s response to the extraordinary news that the CIA believes Russia interfered with the election with the intention of helping Trump win: These are the same people that said Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction. The election ended a long time ago in one of the biggest Electoral College victories in history. It’s now time to move on and “Make America Great Again.” Put aside that every single word of that statement is false. (It was George W. Bush’s White House that claimed to be convinced that Iraq had WMDs, not CIA intelligence officers. The (...)

Lifehacker

Mashable!

  • 05:23
    "I stand before you as a doormat...Oh, I mean, as a female entertainer." From her opening lines, Madonna clearly intended to use her speech at the Billboard Women in Music 2016 event in New York on Friday to speak her mind on everything from sexism to ageing. The pop icon was Billboard's Woman of the Year. Always shape shifting and never boring, Madonna has evolved the narrow role women in music are meant to play, but it has not been easy. "Thank you for acknowledging my ability to continue my career for 34 years in the face of blatant misogyny, sexism, constant bullying and relentless (...) -- Billboard, Madonna, Entertainment, Music
  • 06:16
    "It's almost like Mr. Trump appoints these people specifically to undermine the very agencies they head," said CNN's Jake Tapper, as played by Saturday Night Live's Beck Bennett.  By that logic, who did the show predict Trump would hire to the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)? None other than former high school chemistry teacher and meth cook, Walter White. SEE ALSO: 'SNL' to close out the year with John Cena, Casey Affleck Bryan Cranston reprised his Breaking Bad role as White in Saturday's cold open, appearing alongside Bennett and Kate McKinnon as Trump aide Kellyanne Conway. (...) -- Donald Trump, Breaking Bad, Walter White, Saturday Night Live, Entertainment
  • 03:23
    Like slowing down to gawk at a car crash, Australia could not get enough of the U.S. election in 2016. It was the most talked about topic among the 15 million or so Australians sharing posts on Facebook this year, according to the company's own data. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and shark attacks rounded out the top three. So, all in all, a remarkably gloomy year. SEE ALSO: Everyone hates Facebook's 'Year in Review,' not just you According to Mia Garlick, director of Facebook policy for Australia and New Zealand, 289 million people around the world created 10 billion interactions —- (...) -- Facebook, Australia, Social Media
  • 01:13
    Only a small handful of people outside of Magic Leap know what the company's augmented reality/mixed reality product really looks like compared to the promotional videos, but after a particularly critical report earlier this week, the notoriously secretive company appears to be in damage control mode.  SEE ALSO: 2016 was supposed to be the year of VR. Instead, augmented reality ruled It all started on Thursday, when The Information published a report (pay wall) in which a reporter detailed his meeting with company represetnatives and a less than impressive demo of the product, writing, (...) -- Virtual Reality, Mixed Reality, Augmented Reality, Magic Leap, Tech
  • 00:17
    If it weren't real, it might read like a dark climate change comedy.  President-elect Donald J Trump is expected to turn to the leader of America's largest oil company, and the main villain in a new wave of climate change activism, to lead the State Department: ExxonMobil Corp. CEO Rex Tillerson. Multiple news organizations reported the pick on Saturday. Tillerson has worked at Exxon for his entire career, which is important since Exxon is currently under investigation for misleading its investors and the American public about the threat of global warming since the 1970s. The (...) -- Exxon, Rex Tillerson, Donald Trump, Secretary Of State, Climate Activism

Joi Ito’s Web

  • 00:13
    By Feliciano Guimarães from Guimarães, Portugal (Patterns Uploaded by tm) [CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons Last week, I was invited to join a kind of alternative conference running alongside COP22 in Marrakech. Unlike COP22, which was governments and NGOs in green rooms and blue rooms negotiating policy and agreements, the meeting I attended was a "Do-Fest," a collection of action-oriented people gathering to figure out what we can do without waiting for permission or incentives. With galleys of Whiplash and a refurbished violin in hand, I (...) -- http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0

hack a day

  • 01:00
    Our first 3D printers only printed ABS and PLA plastic. Yeah, we heard about PVA for support structures, but no one could get them to stick. There was also polycarbonate, but you had to have an all metal hot end with a fan to print that stuff. Now there’s a lot of variety out there: flexible, wood and stone, nylon, PETG, and more. If you are still printing with just the old standards, you might enjoy [all3dp’s] comparison chart of 30 different filament types–that’s enough for one day a month–well at least for four months. It is too many for February, and a day short for the rest of the (...) --

Read/WriteWeb

  • 00:30
    We know it’s holiday time…but innovators working on creations in the IoT space using Bluetooth technology need to submit their idea and/or prototype for consideration for the Imagine Blue Awards by December 13. This awards program is run by the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG). Competitors will compete for cash prizes between $5,000 and $10,000, with a purpose of inspiring and drivng innovation using Bluetooth technology. See also: Bluetooth and IoT — winning over developers with new features “Last year’s winners – an advanced Bluetooth beacon used to improve food safety and a smart flood (...) -- Hey IoT devs: Deadline is looming for that Bluetooth innovation award, ReadWrite

10 December

Yahoo! News: Technology News

  • 21:00
    Porsche is a two syllable word that is often made into one. The Oxford Dictionary pronunciation is ˈpôrSH(ə). American ignorance on this topic is understandable, even from people who own a Porsche or 911, and still say “Porsh.” It’s a perfectly understandable mistake. (The Verge)
  • 20:00
    Online dating has created a strange predicament where daters know a person’s first name but often little else. A phone book can only store so many Jeremy’s and Tom’s before it becomes an absurdist critique of the rotating door that is dating in the 21st century. Most relationships don’t last long enough to warrant saving a full name, but it’d be weird to find yourself in a serious relationship with someone whose last name is still a mystery. (The Verge)
  • 19:00
    Marvel/SonyThe long-awaited trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming arrived just the other day, and while the film isn’t due in theaters until July, Sony has announced that it will be releasing its sequel on July 5th, 2019. Deadline revealed the date last night, noting that the date was a response to the success of the trailer launch on Thursday. The film bumps Sony’s other big summer blockbuster, Bad Boys 4 to Memorial Day 2019. Read moreWatch the first Spider-Man: Homecoming (...) (The Verge)
  • 17:00
    This week has been filled with blockbuster after blockbuster. A lot of the same things seem to happen in this that happen in every story that fits that description, but it seems like events take a very interesting and tense turn that’s a bit less expected, too. (The Verge)
  • 15:00
    2016 was a really good year for weird jazz! Not good in the sense of commercial success or cultural impact — but for a genre that arguably peaked decades ago, there was a surprising amount of good, weird jazz coming out this year. Easily my favorite weird jazz album of the year! Shabaka Hutchings is a British-Barbadoan sax player who’s won a ton of UK awards over the past few years. (The Verge)
  • 04:07
    A secret assessment conducted by the CIA determined that Russia’s interference in the 2016 election was intended to help put Donald Trump in office, The Washington Post reported this evening, using anonymous sources. The US Intelligence Community — which is made up of 16 different government agencies — had already concluded that the Russian government was behind the hacking of the Democratic National Committee, as well as the email hack of Clinton campaign chief John (...) (The Verge)

TechCrunch

Techmeme

Lifehacker

Mashable!

  • 18:40
    Forget SkyMall and instead spend your flight flirting with the brunette in 32B. That's where the Tinder-esque dating app AirDates comes in. It's like other mobile dating options, except this one is for air travelers looking for a connection, or even love, before, during or after a trip. SEE ALSO: 12 gifts for your kinda-sorta-not-quite boyfriend or girlfriend In a video interview with Mashable, CEO and founder Michael Richard said Friday the app is not exactly promoting joining the so-called Mile High Club, but more about "making connections in the air." so this is now a (...) -- Travel, Airplanes, Dating App, Watercooler, Transportation
  • 23:41
    WASHINGTON, D.C. – Donald Trump's presidential transition team on Saturday challenged the veracity of U.S. intelligence assessments that Russia was trying to tip the November election to the Republican. A top Senate Democrat demanded a full congressional investigation. The CIA has now concluded with "high confidence" that Moscow was not only interfering with the election, but that its actions were intended to help Trump, according to a senior U.S. official. The assessment is based in part on evidence that Russian actors had hacked Republicans as well as Democrats but were only releasing (...) -- Trump, Election 2016, Russia, Us World, Politics
  • 23:28
    Christmas music comes in many forms, as shown by internet a cappella sensation Pentatonix in their new single "Coldest Winter." The band released an official video on Saturday featuring an adorable snowman's holiday journey through love. SEE ALSO: Surprise! Taylor Swift and Zayn team up for '50 Shades Darker' soundtrack The song first appeared on Pentatonix' Christmas album, which came out in October and is available for download and purchase now. Still, nothing drives a holiday album home like a lot of swirly snow visualsA Pentatonix Christmas is the band's second yuletide LP, (...) -- Coldest Winter, A Cappella, Pentatonix, Youtube, Video
  • 23:00
    There's no shortage of Star Wars games, but you've never seen it quite like this. Get ready to feel nostalgic in whole new dimensions as our CineFix series, 8-bit Cinema, retells the entire story of the original Star Wars trilogy through classic 8-bit animation.  Subscribe to CineFix for more videos: https://www.youtube.com/c/cinefix Read more...More about Mashable Video, 8 Bit Cinema, Star Wars, Movies, and Cinefix -- Mashable Video, 8 Bit Cinema, Star Wars, Movies, Cinefix
  • 22:48
    What's one way to stop companies from paying their CEOs too much? Taxes.  Portland, Ore. this week passed a law that penalizes companies whose chief executives make more than 100 times the median pay of their workers.  The tax, approved by Portland's city council, is a way of combatting income inequality.  SEE ALSO: Facebook cofounder and others pledge $10 million toward universal basic income research Companies will have to pay an additional 10 percent in taxes if they violate the rule, according to the New York Times. If a chief executive earns more than 250 times as much as his (...) -- Ceo Pay, Income Inequality, Portland, Business
  • 22:06
    Some students sleep through class. Some students take just enough notes to pass the final exam. And some students are like this dude. Twitter user ⓐjilliebean421 tweeted a video Friday of her classmate Jalen, whose astounded reactions to the animals in their zoology class are nothing short of inspiring. SEE ALSO: This grimly funny meme is pretty much 2016 in a nutshell "Zoology wouldn't be the same without ⓐjloading33," she wrote. The internet agrees. Since the video was posted, it's been retweeted over 60,000 times.  Jalen even weighed in to confirm. Those reactions were real, guys — (...) -- Animals, School, Watercooler
  • 20:27
    If you love classic hip-hop, particularly from the '80s and early '90s, then you owe a huge debt of gratitude to the beloved Roland TR-808 drum machine, and now a documentary is laying out exactly why.  Directed by Alex Noyer, 808 showcases conversations with some of the giants of hip-hop and pop music production to find out why the device has been so important. This isn't a film about an obscure music tool. The Roland TR-808 was one of the most powerful pieces of music technology to ever hit the business. And its sound continues to reverberate today. The documentary, offered exclusively (...) -- Hip Hop, History, Beastie Boys, Questlove, Pharrell Williams
  • 18:50
    The British science fiction series Black Mirror was a cult hit for years until Netflix picked it up this year in the U.S. and the series went mainstream.  Now an artist has taken some of the most talked about episodes and turned them into brilliant old school comic book covers, each with accurate episode titles and other information.  SEE ALSO: Netflix uses 'Black Mirror' concept device to promote binge watching The artist, Butcher Billy, recently shared the five covers on Twitter, giving fans a taste of what the beloved series might look like if, in an alternate universe, the television (...) -- Billy The Butcher, Comic Books, Black Mirror, Entertainment
  • 18:22
    Michael Bublé's son, who is currently undergoing treatment for liver cancer, will get to spend the holidays with his family in Los Angeles. The Mirror and local newspapers in Argentina (where Bublé's wife is from) report that Noah is well enough to go home for Christmas, but that the family will stay in California instead of Bublé's home in Vancouver, Canada. SEE ALSO: 'This Is Us' leaves us with a Christmas cliffhanger Bublé and wife Luisana Lopilato in November made public that 3-year-old Noah had been diagnosed with cancer.  "Luisana and I have put our careers on hold in order to devote (...) -- Michael Buble, Music, Entertainment
  • 18:00
    Image: Library of Congress Born in New York City in 1923, Victor A. Lundy began developing his artistic talents at an early age. His parents recognized his unique aptitude for drawing and draftsmanship, and with their encouragement he attended New York University to study architecture, specializing in the Beaux Arts style. During his studies, Lundy became captivated by the thought of helping to rebuild Europe once World War II was over and enlisted in the Army Specialized Training Program. With the Allied invasion of France on the horizon, the 21-year-old student was transferred to an (...) -- Art, Drawing, World War Ii, History, Retronaut
  • 17:38
    If your favorite phrase is "No thanks, I'm just looking," then these are the shopping baskets for you. Innisfree, a Korean beauty store, allows patrons to choose between two baskets before they begin to shop: one that signals "I need help" and one that signals that no assistance is necessary. SEE ALSO: Amazon just teased the future of in-store shopping A photo of the baskets was posted to Reddit Thursday by user hand_ and met with much applause, especially from people who'd prefer a solitary shopping experience in a store with notoriously proactive customer service. "An introvert's (...) -- Reddit, Imgur, Watercooler
  • 17:00
    Do yourself a favor and go see La La Land when it comes to your city.  You don't need to be told that the world is a mess anymore — the evidence is everywhere, from TV screens to social media and yes, out in the actual streets and where we live. For that, movies are an escape. Buying a ticket is an implicit agreement to two hours away from cable news and your Twitter feed, and La La Land is the perfect movie to run away to. It's hard to pinpoint exactly what works for La La Land, because it is so many things that do. It isn't the first movie musical, the first story of struggling artists, (...) -- Opinion, Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, Film, Movies
  • 16:33
    As far as celebrities go, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is absurdly multitalented. He wrestles, he acts, he sings and he even for some reason dabbles in Elvis impersonations. But on Friday's Tonight Show, Johnson showed off the latest skill in his arsenal: planning extremely moving surprises. Johnson and Jimmy Fallon surprised a Tonight Show producer and Army veteran, Karina, by bringing her husband, Todd, an Air Force sergeant, home early for the holidays. Somehow, their teams were able to orchestrate this without Karina knowing, and Todd showed up in the middle of the show to surprise his (...) -- Jimmy Fallon, Dwayne The Rock Johnson, Watercooler
  • 16:00
    You won't need to travel to a galaxy far, far away to catch the premiere of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story in Los Angeles on Dec. 10. The star-studded (literally and figuratively, we imagine) event will stream live on StarWars.com from 8 P.M. Eastern / 5 P.M. Pacific. SEE ALSO: Flying an X-Wing in virtual reality is absurdly cool So, who can you expect to see at the biggest party in this star system? For starters, the entire Rogue One cast of Star Wars newbies: Felicity Jones, Donnie Yen, Riz Ahmed, Diego Luna, Mads Mikkelsen, Ben Mendelsohn and Alan Tudyk. There will also be Star Wars (...) -- Premiere, Livestreaming, Star Wars, Rogue One, Movies
  • 16:00
    Gotta 3D design 'em all. Joshua Dunlop, a freelance concept artist based in London, has created incredibly lifelike images of three classic Pokémon. Called Pokemon Zoology, Dunlop's creatures appear to look 3D. The renderings basically show what it would be like if Pokémon Go came to life. SEE ALSO: New Pokemon are coming to 'Pokémon Go' Bulbasaur. Image: joshua dunlop Bulbasaur. Image: wikia There were a lot of steps involved in creating the images. "I originally sketched out some rough ideas in Photoshop, using real life animals as reference. Once I was happy, I used a 3D program (...) -- Design, Art, Photography, Pokemon, Pokemon Go
  • 15:50
    Android had an interesting year. From its best flagship literally exploding to Google dropping a set of new phones and a new digital assistant, there was a lot to keep developers on their toes.  Luckily, the Android community was as reliable as ever at turning out creative, fun and seriously useful apps. SEE ALSO: The 16 biggest tech stories of 2016 From photo retouching to hopelessly addictive games and new ways to call and message friends, here are all the Android apps we couldn't live without in 2016.  1Adobe Photoshop Fix Adobe's retouching app, Photoshop Fix, brings some of (...) -- Android, Apps And Software, Tech, Apps Software
  • 14:45
    The Samsung Galaxy Note7 was hands-down one of the biggest disappointments of the year. Samsung finally built the Voltron of phones, only for the Note7 to literally burn up and be permanently discontinued. If you owned a Note7 and had to give it up, we feel your pain. It sucked to lose such a high-caliber phone and some people may never trust Samsung products again.  SEE ALSO: 10 of the hottest Samsung Note7 costumes this Halloween In loving memory of the Note7, here are seven gifts for anyone who got burned — physically and metaphorically — by the phone. 1. Otterbox case Image: (...) -- Android, Note 7, Galaxy Note 7, Samsung, Gift Guide
  • 09:58
    LONDON — A 14-year-old boy from Aleppo, Syria, stares into the camera with an uncertain expression on his face. Nour El-Deen is standing in Kara Tepe Refugee Camp in Lesbos, Greece. He's just been talking about his dreams.  His story — just like all the others that make up the devastating photo series "It Could Be Us" — is one of heartbreak and fragile hopes. SEE ALSO: Spreading the love: Paris love locks to be sold to help refugees The series was captured by photographer Tara Todras-Whitehill and produced by Game of Thrones actress Lena Headey.  Speaking with Mashable on the phone, (...) -- Donald Trump, Uk, Photography, Game Of Thrones, Lena Headey

NYT > Circuits

hack a day

  • 22:00
    We’re not sure why [lujji] would want to hack ST’s ST-Link programmer firmware, but it’s definitely cool that he did, and his writeup is a great primer in hacking embedded devices in two parts: first he unpacks and decrypts the factory firmware and verifies that he can then upload his own encrypted firmware through the bootloader, and then he dumps the bootloader, figures out where it’s locking the firmware image, and sidesteps the protection. [lujji]’s project was greatly helped out by having the firmware’s encryption keys from previous work by [Taylor Killian]. Once able to run his own code (...) --
  • 19:01
    Morse code, or CW, is a subject that divides the amateur radio community from top to bottom. For some it’s a faded anachronism, while for others it’s the purest form of the art. With it no longer in significant commercial or military use it is radio amateurs who keep it alive, and those for whom it is a passion devote considerable effort to its continuing use. With well over a century of history behind it there are a huge array of morse keys available to the CW enthusiast. From vintage telegraph keys through WW2 surplus military keys to sideways “bug” keys and modern boutique handcrafted (...) --

Yahoo! News: Technology News

  • 21:00
    If you happen to have an iPhone 2G laying around, you might be sitting on a nice little payday, especially if you somehow never bothered to take it out of the box. Prices for the original grandaddy of Apple smartphones have steadily climbed over the years, but it's starting to get a little bit crazy. Like many Apple products, pristine examples of old models are often sought for their collectors value, even if the device itself is painfully obsolete. The iPhone is no exception. In fact, it might be the best example yet of just how crazy collector's are willing to go for a boxed, sealed (...) (BGR News)
  • 18:08
    Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty ImagesOn Thursday, Smithsonian Magazine held its annual American Ingenuity Awards, in which Amazon.com and Blue Origins founder Jeff Bezos received the Technology Award for Breakthroughs for his work creating a reusable rocket. During the ceremony, he received a letter from astronaut John Glenn, who died earlier that day. In his letter, dated November 28th, Glenn praised Bezos for the award and noted that he was “deeply touched” that the next generation of Blue Origin rockets would be named after him. (...) (The Verge)
  • 18:00
    Forget DJs spinning virtual vinyl, or Word users who can't be bothered to learn keyboard shortcuts. This tiny piano app for the MacBook Pro justifies the extra $300 in cost and multi-year delay in releasing the new Pro, because seriously, just look at it! https://youtu.be/jARR2TA1334 The app is creatively named Piano Touch Bar, and lets you play piano, or 127 other instruments, on the world's tiniest keyboard (citation needed). It's obviously not practical or particularly useful, but it sure does look like a lot of fun for the moments where your Wi-Fi craps out. The developer told  (...) (BGR News)
  • 02:05
    Google and the Cuban government have struck a deal giving Cubans faster access to the internet giant's content, two people familiar with the agreement said Friday. Eric Schmidt, chairman of Google's parent ... (Associated Press)

Programmable Web

  • 21:04
    Oxford Dictionaries is pleased to announce the launch of the Oxford Dictionaries API which, for the first time, will enable developers to access and utilize Oxford’s leading lexical content and provide a gateway to our innovative Lexical Engine and Platform (LEAP), where our multilingual[1] dictionary data is optimized and semantically linked.

Boing Boing

Engadget

Read/WriteWeb

  • 23:30
    Fitness trackers and wearable fitness technology are a rising trend for both serious athletes and individuals who like to occasionally exercise. Both types are caring more about their health stats these days, and VO2 plays a big role in that department. VO2 Max has been used in high-end watches for a while now, but it has begun to go mainstream, being used on the latest popular fitness devices too. See Also: Check out the latest fitness tracker in a pair of glasses For example, the Fitbit Charge 2 uses VO2 Max to display its Cardio Fitness score.  The higher end Garmin devices are using (...) -- How to use your wearable’s VO2 max feature in your fitness routine, ReadWrite
  • 22:05
    The Internet of Things is projected to grow to as much as 20-30 billion connected devices by 2020. The amount of data being created and subsequently sent to the cloud is therefore set to increase exponentially as a new set of devices achieves connectivity. Storage and computing power increases according to Moore’s law, that is they double about every 18 months, yet bandwidth is increasing at a far slower pace. Some estimates place bandwidth growth at less than 40% per year. The implication is of course that there will be more data wanting being sent to the cloud then there will be (...) -- What is fog computing and what does it mean for IoT?, ReadWrite

The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW)

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