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This 1985 RAND Paper on the Future of Email is Still Relevant Today

<i>Never say anything in an electronic message that you wouldn’t want appearing, and attributed to you, in tomorrow’s front-page headline in the New</i> …

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How Hollywood Is Learning To Tell Stories In Virtual Reality

Google, Samsung, and Facebook have all invested in VR. Now they need help selling it to the public. Enter Hollywood.<p>The Valley has a looming problem. In 2013, Facebook spent $2 billion on the virtual reality headset company Oculus VR, and suddenly, virtual reality–once just a glorified hobby with …

Samsung, Intel and Dell Launch 'Internet Of Things' Consortium

The Internet of Things market will be worth $7.1 trillion by 2020, according to a study by the International Data Corporation (IDC). To keep tabs on the market, Samsung, Intel, Dell, Atmel and Broadcom have joined forces to launch the Open Interconnect Consortium (OIC), an organization that will …

How The Internet Of Things Will Rule Your Workday In 2020 [Infographic]

Top 15 Trends for 2015

Every year, my team of futurists at Frost & Sullivan puts their heads together to come up with the top trends for the upcoming year.<p>Last year, the team did particularly well with its top 14 trends for 2014. In particular, the team’s predictions on 3-D, virtual currency, online retailing, Big Data, …

Cookies op Trouw

Trouw.nl gebruikt cookies en vergelijkbare technologieën ("cookies") onder andere om u een optimale gebruikerservaring te bieden.<p>Ook kunnen we …

Small is Powerful: Beyond Big Business, Big State, and Big Culture

How can we create a wealthier, fairer and more stable world? Adam Lent, director of the RSA's Action and Research Centre, delivers an impassioned …

Public Relations: The Master Now

Has the internet and social media revolution allowed the public relations industry to dominate journalism?

What is Web 2.0? | Learn, do, teach...

While individuals with the skills and access to hosting facilities had been able to publish online for some time, Web 2.0 enabled user-generated …

Facebook wants you to take its social network to the office

Advertisement<p>5 Comments<p>Credit: Shutterstock / Arka38<p>For many people, LinkedIn is the social network of choice for business uses — finding employees …

Is Facebook harming your happiness?

Facebook is one of the world's largest social media sites – it had 500 million users on 3rd Octobber 2013. More than 250 million people access …

39 Blogging Tools to Help You Work Faster, Write Better, and Land More Readers

When you’re finding amazing content to share on social media—the kind of thing that grabs attention and gets people to click, share, and comment—one …

Infographics

Google vs Facebook & Twitter in 2015 - Who Really Owns Your Social Media?

<b>According to</b> <b>a recent study</b> 79% of B2B marketers see social media as a very important marketing channel that many of them wish they had more cash to …

Tumblr and Pinterest now fastest-growing social platforms

Earlier this year, Instagram was leading the pack as the fastest-growing social platform. Now, it's Tumblr and Pinterest, which have edged out the …

India has most Internet addicts: Study

Fifty-three per cent of Indians are connected to the internet every waking hour which is higher than the global average of 51 per cent, a new …

Internet of Things

No clear cut outcome for Supreme Court's Internet free speech case

The nine justices on the Supreme Court gave no clear indication on Monday of how they might rule in a potentially significant case regarding free …

Logging

The 21st-century Busy Town seems a lot less friendly

Richard Scarry’s <i>Busy Town</i> books have always been a comforting look at all of the different professions that go into making a city of …

The Global Geography of Internet Addiction

In a new study, Brazilians were the most likely to report spending every waking hour on the web, with Nigerians and South Africans not far behind.<p>Thanks to its young population armed with smartphones, Brazil beat nine other Internet-connected countries for its citizens’ frequency of web use, …

MIS 2014 Report Charts

​MIS 2014 Report Charts and Images<p><b>Chart 1.3 : Percentage of households with Internet access, by level of development, 2005-2014 (left) and and by</b> …

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Report: Nearly Half the World Will Be Online in 3 Years | Inc.com

Almost half of the world's population will have regular Internet access by 2018, according to a new forecast.<p>Market research company eMarketer predicts that by then, 3.6 billion people will access the Internet at least once a month.<p>"While highly developed nations are nearly saturated in terms of …

New York City Has A New Plan To Give Everyone High-Speed WiFi Internet Access For Free

The plan, called LinkNYC, will replace the city's aging pay phone system with "Links."<p>Links are hubs for free Wi-Fi that run at up to gigabit speeds, and they offer a bunch of other services, including free phone calls within the U.S., access to 311 and 911, a free charging station for your phone, …

Population with internet access to pass 3bn next year

As internet connections continue to spread into developing nations, thanks largely to smartphones and several ambitious Silicon Valley projects, the number of people online is likely to pass three billion next year<p>The number of internet users worldwide will pass three billion in 2015, according to …

The secret to global internet access? Fluffy socks

Google hopes to launch thousands of balloons that will beam internet connections to isolated communities in developing nations, but it has faced a host of difficult problems since it was launched in 2011. Some of the solutions are surprisingly low-tech, reveal the team members<p>Google has released an …

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Majority of global population agrees Internet access is a human right

The United Nations Human Rights Council officially declared Internet access and online freedom of expression a human right in July 2012. According to …

Google’s Instant Translators Could Become The Universal Tongue

Google likes to create things that gather data, which can be used to determine intent and for all kinds of profitable purposes. There’s no bigger fish in that pond than the Babel fish – that invention of Douglas Adams’ in his Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy series that instantly translates one …

Net neutrality is dead – welcome to the age of digital discrimination

Want to know if someone is internet-savvy? Just ask them why anyone should care about net neutrality. If they understand the technology, stand by for a lecture on why it is vital that all data on the network should be treated equally by ISPs, and why it is essential that those who provide the pipes …

9 Ways Google Is Changing The World

When asked if Microsoft could learn a thing or two from X Labs, Nadella retorted that there's always something to learn from "from people who market themselves well."<p>He was right to some degree. Project X creates a lot of hype for Google even though most of those projects aren't quite ready for the …

Data-Driven Architecture

Learning how we really use our homes so we can use them better<p>A few years ago, a group of UCLA anthropologists and archeologists conducted one of the …

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