Monthly Archives: January 2015

Microsoft’s first quarter proving its ability to become a dominant force in cloud computing with superior cloud offerings

Following the results of the previous quarter described as Microsoft is ready to become a dominant force in cloud computing with superior cloud offerings, a Windows ecosystem under complete renewal, first signs of Surface-Lumia-Xbox successes on the market, and strong interest in technology … Continue reading

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Intel Outlined Future of Computing: launching its RealSense™ 3D cameras and technology together with its True Key™ cross-platform application, and a 3-D collaboration with HP

Important remark: Another significant part of the outlined future of computing came by the simultaneous announcement of the Intel Curie Module prototype with the new Intel Quark SE SoC—the first end-to-end solution designed for wearables already detailed on this blog [Jan 8, 2015]. Jan 13, … Continue reading

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SK Telecom is surging ahead to deliver 5G services in a close partnership with Ericsson and other partners

– 5G 2015⇒2019 – Incremental Evolutionary Development and Standardization of 5G Technologies for the New Era of Wireless Internet of the 2020’s and 2030’s: An Outlook as of January 1, 2015 – Wi Euiseok [of SK Telekom] on Innovating Phone App for the Smart 2.0 Era [this same … Continue reading

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Wi Euiseok on Innovating Phone App for the Smart 2.0 Era

Amidst quests for ‘newness’, we need to take a deeper look at the things that are already there and question their taken-for-grantedness. Wi Euiseok of SK Telecom makes a compelling case for innovation that stems from reinventing technologies that go … Continue reading

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2015: Intel Curie Module prototype with the new Intel Quark SE SoC—the first end-to-end solution designed for wearables

Details about Intel achievements last year (mentioned in the 2nd half of this video as well): 2014: A bleeding edge effort in chips (SoC), COM and software technology (inc. Wind River) for already marketable wearables by Intel has enabled its overall 2015 strategy in … Continue reading

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