Supporters of so-called net neutrality do not understand the contradiction it represents in promoting implicit subsidies to heavy users of scarce internet capacity. And supporters fail to understand the role of incentives in allocating scarce resources. 806 more words
Tags » Internet Of Things
Hate the dreaded task of locating and then plugging your various chargers into the wall? IKEA’s on it.
On Sunday, the Swedish furniture company announced it is rolling out a collection of tables, desks and lamps embedded with wireless charging pads that can power up electronics through an energy induction transfer, rendering the charger unnecessary. 58 more words
Sid Lee is bringing everything in its office online to track coffee pours, toilet flushes, light switches, faxes sent, and more.
Do you love numbers and real-time data? 175 more words
[New Research] Customer Experience in the Internet of Things: Five Ways Brands can use Sensors to Build Better Customer Relationships
Communicating your iBeacon project – Tips for communicating to your organisation using four historical presentations
Over the past year I have worked to deliver an iBeacon pilot for The Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew. You can read more about this… 1,041 more words