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    New Project Horizons: Smart Cities

    As cities expand, they are becoming more connected and smarter with the help of open-source technology projects.

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    Enhanced Existence member content open

    Augmented reality (AR) is getting increasingly real. Thanks to the ubiquity of social media and smartphones, more consumers have access to AR than ever before—though they may not realize it. At the…

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    Alexa member content open

    In homes around the world, the voice-activated assistant Alexa has become ubiquitous, integrated into a million everyday moments. Amazon has sold over 100 million Alexa-enabled devices—and sparked a…

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    Vague but exciting ... Three words neatly written on the upper right-hand corner of a page. The document was a 1989 project proposal for an information management system by a 33-year-old British…

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    It has become part of the Silicon Valley lore. Inside a rented garage in Menlo Park, California, USA, two Stanford University students created what became the world's most prominent search engine.…

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    Netflix had already disrupted the entertainment business once, allowing customers to forgo the brick-and-mortar video store for the convenience of online shopping. It ranked as one of the United…

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    The first electronic computer filled an entire room. But something the size of a fingernail put all that power in people's hands: the Intel 4004. The predecessor to smaller, stronger, cheaper…

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    e-Estonia member content open

    Forget Silicon Valley. It's a tiny former Soviet state that's masterminding an e-government revolution. With a continuous stream of bespoke electronic solutions, Estonia has used its digital-first…

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    Test Kitchen member content open

    By Ali, Ambreen Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has access to vast amounts of consumer data: what people are watching and buying, what they're searching for— and what they can't find. Until last year, that void…

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