theregister : ‘Not subject to American law’ – the next desirable IT feature
Connected products are becoming more and more common. Which means that even after a product goes out the door, companies can still keep an eye on it. That has big repercussions for business and consumers.
An interesting book review around big data, privacy and a new “ruling class” – the geeks: Who Owns The Future? by Jaron Lanier published in TheGuardian
According to a story in The Guardian a multinational security firm has developed software capable of tracking people’s movements and predicting future behaviour by mining data from social networking websites. Nobody will be surprised to hear that governments are showing interest …
Two MIT graduates raise half a million dollar to connect literally any object to the Internet.
Read the full story on Co.Design: On Sale At Last: Twine, Your Gateway To The Internet Of Things
Supermechanical, the makers of Twine: supermechanical.com