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Towards an Internet of Living Things
Conservation groups are using technology to understand and protect our planet in an entirely new way.
Bitcoin Forks: Ulterior Motives?
Game Theory of Segwit2x and UASF
The Internet Wasn’t Built For Gaming
How To Create Infrastructure For The Future Of eSports
In 1995, this astronomer predicted the Internet’s greatest failure
And, of course, we trolled him for it for decades.
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Is VR Ever Going Mainstream?
Why Storytelling is the Grand Obstacle for Making VR Mainstream
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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
How to map a virtual world to a real space
Technical Director René Bokhorst shares how, through a process of experimentation and trial and error, MediaMonks transformed Singapore’s…
The 3D hologram office
Imagine an office without computer monitors, cubicles or chairs.
VR users will discover ways to stay connected for as long as possible.
Though it may seem strange to those of us who grew up in the real world, some will live their lives in virtual reality.
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How to Stop Gadget Blue Light From Disturbing Your Sleep
Blue light emitted by your iOS, Android, or Windows 10 device can trick your brain into thinking it’s daytime. Here’s how to filter out the…
Spectrum for the new generation, Part 1
Retronator Photo Review
Matej ‘Retro’ Jan
Google not Amazon — Make fantastic savings in a serverless world
Why is IT ignoring Google’s serverless cloud infrastructure? They’re playing with their toys on Amazon and it’s costing tens of millions in…
What’s Proximity Computing?
An explanation and the three different types
How I Would Reduce Accidents Caused by Maps if I Worked at Google, Apple, Microsoft, or Waze
An analysis of where map apps fall short.
Making Music A ‘Verb’ Again — Why The Music Industry Needs Computer Coders #longread
WHY THE ‘MUSIC INDUSTRY’ IS NOW PART OF THE TECH SECTOR
Bait and Switch: How Apple Created Nintendo’s Best Console
When Shigeru Miyamoto stepped on stage at WWDC 2016, the world collectively gasped: Nintendo had finally relented to the mobile-first world…
Updating 8.2 million km² of high-resolution satellite imagery
That’s roughly the size of Brazil
It’s Samsung’s fault for Apple’s shitty products
Listen, there currently is no “next big thing.”
How (Not) to Buy an Academic
Here’s a scary thought: “Google has been paying university professors for favorable policy papers.” The basic idea, put forth by the Google…
Beating the Heat: Thermal Testing in Death Valley
Our self-driving vehicles need to operate reliably and safely in all sorts of conditions, whether sun or snow, extreme cold or oppressive…
Why were Facebook, Google, and Amazon so quiet about net neutrality?
We are in danger of replacing one set of conglomerates for another
How to think like Amazon in IoT
Amazon doesn’t have a secret technology or special resources, they have imagination and the ambition to act on it.