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Digital Readiness of Malaysian Journalists

ABSTRACT

Digital technology, also known as new media technology, has become an influential tool in this era. This technology is no longer an option anymore but it is a necessity in many fields. 192 more words

Ilmiah

Friend or Foe? The News Media Debate Robot Journalism

When I think of robots, I still picture Rosie from The Jetsons.

But while the robot journalism phenomenon doesn’t employ Rosie, per se, it utilizes “robots” (read: software and algorithms) to sort through large amounts of data. 604 more words

Journalists And Journalism

Judge in Collusion Case: Silicon Valley Was Afraid of Steve Jobs

Silicon Valley feared late Apple CEO Steve Jobs before his death in 2011, a judge in a collusion lawsuit brought against Apple and three other top tech companies said Friday. 173 more words

GO_tmrw: Your comprehensive guide to the Internet of Things

Source: http://www.ericsson.com/research-blog/internet-of-things/comprehensive-guide-internet-things/#more-129

By Jan Höller May 12, 2014 Internet of Things

From Machine-to-Machine to the Internet of Things: Introduction to a New Age of Intelligence is now available! 637 more words

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GO_tmrw: Here’s why the Internet of things just became very interesting

Source: http://venturebeat.com/2014/07/24/heres-why-the-internet-of-things-just-became-very-interesting/

Above: The Nest Protect smart smoke and carbon monoxide detector.

Image Credit: Devindra Hardawar/VentureBeat

July 24, 2014 6:30 AM
Michael Stiller, Rayner Turley, & Mark Krivis; NASDAQ OMX… 730 more words

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Electronic Objects and the future of the web

Sometimes the device is dumb glass, driven by the cloud. And sometime the cloud is dumb storage, driven by the device.

— Benedict Evans (@BenedictEvans) … 569 more words

Media & Technology

There’s a "Right To Be Forgotten" Industry—and It’s Booming

Ever since the European Union’s top court ruled in May that individuals have a “right to be forgotten,” Google has been working to abide by the new rules. 967 more words