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How to Architect for the Internet of Things

The Internet of Things (IoT) resurfaces classic hardware engineering challenges and adds many new software and data ones–all at tremendous scale. My podcast with Forbes-contributor Mike Kavis discusses these and some of techniques I am currently using to overcome them.

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The Internet of Things IS Internet 3.0

The Internet of Things has the potential to take convenience to a new level. However, this is not a simple prospect. We have many challenges to solve. Listen to my podcast with Randall Cronk of the MIT Enterprise Forum to learn more.

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Launching “The Connected World” Blog

We have started this blog to help add some clarity to the discussion on thinks like IoT, M2M, the Industrial Internet, AllSeen Alliance, AllJoyn, the rise of sensors on your smartphone and even the use of social media as a societal sensor.

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Building a Native Mobile App Experience—Without the App

By combining HTML5 and jQuery Mobile with Backbone.js you can provide customers many of the best elements of a native mobile app experience—without the hassle of building and releasing a native mobile app.

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Wickr Ultra-Secure Mobile Messaging: Imagine the possibilities for #mCommerce #BYOD

What if you could use MMS and SMS for BYOD and mCommerce–with military grade encryption–for free?

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Decisions, Decisions… Android, iOS, Windows 8 or HTML5?

The last month has introduced much new food for thought if you are trying to decide which mobile platform to build on first. As a result, it may seem harder than ever to choose your first mobile platform. It is not.