By Susan Scrupski on March 1, 2019
Last spring, I attended the inaugural Connect X conference in Charlotte, N.C. Connect X is the annual conference held by the Wireless Infrastructure Association (WIA). It was a merger of two conferences: HetNet and WIA’s Wireless Infrastructure Show. The emphasis for Connect X is its exclusive focus on connectivity. This year, the show is nearly […]
By Susan Scrupski on October 26, 2018
Well, I guess the future is already here. I saw a headline that announced 5G is even launching in Florida here too. For a couple years I’ve been reading about how 5G is going to transform connectivity and mobility as we know it, but I always felt it was somehow in the distant future. If you’ve […]
By Tom Raftery on April 16, 2013
If you checked out the New York Times Snow Fall site (the story of the Avalanche at Tunnel Creek), then Microsoft’s new 88 Acres site will look familiar. If you haven’t seen the Snow Fall site then go check it out, it is a beautiful and sensitive telling of a tragic story. You won’t regret […]
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By Michael Fauscette on January 27, 2013
In a world of smartphones, mifi mobile hot spots, wifi hot spots and broadband home Internet most of us live an always connected life. Smartphones are extending this connectivity around the world and into place where it would have taken…
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By Tom Raftery on January 29, 2010
Today is the final day of IBM’s Global Eco-efficiency Jam (it finishes at 6pm CET today) and it has been awesome.
There have been hundreds of discussions on all manner of Eco-related topics – everything from LEED certification, to Green software engineering, to Energy Efficiency certificates to Smart cities and collaboration.
People have been asking questions like:
By Tom Raftery on December 18, 2009
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Welcome to this Friday’s Green numbers round-up!
IBM Reveals Five Innovations that Will Change Cities in the Next Five Years
IBM unveiled a list of innovations that have the potential to change how people live, work and play in cities around the globe over the next five to ten years: