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Lasers to Protect Mother Earth from Asteroids???

Scientists are proposing placement of lasers in space to deal with danger from asteroids. WOW!!! How cool would it be to be involved in this project where you are placing satellites equipped with lasers in the sky to serve as Earth protectors? Recently researchers at UCSB (UC Santa Barbara) and California Polytechnic State University unveiled a […]

D-Wave Systems Announces Multi-Year Agreement To Provide Its Technology To Google, NASA And USRA’s Quantum Artificial Intelligence Lab

Palo Alto, CA – September 28, 2015 – D-Wave Systems Inc., the world’s first quantum computing company, announced that it has entered into a new agreement covering the installation of a succession of D-Wave systems located at NASA’s Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, California. This agreement supports collaboration among Google, NASA and USRA (Universities Space […]

Facebook Successfully Tests Laser/Internet Drones

Facebook is moving forward with their project for delivering Internet access to remote and hard to reach regions of the world. The first successful test with large, solar-powered drones have been done in the skies over UK, announced chief executive Mark Zuckerburg. “As part of our Internet.org effort to connect the world, we’ve designed unmanned […]

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    • Internet of things steals cloud spotlight at AWS Re:Invent October 6, 2015
      Las Vegas will be cloud city this week as Amazon Web Services hosts another sold-out Re:Invent show. However, the major focus this year is the Internet of things, not so much the cloud. The fact of the matter is that IoT lives in the cloud. Nearly all sensor-driven IoT systems have back-end cloud services. I […]
    • Need an excuse to fix bad software? Move it the cloud October 2, 2015
      Moving applications to the cloud can be a huge pain, or it can be very easy. The reason for this range of effort is the architecture of the application -- that is, the complexity of the application.   An enterprise could save millions of dollars in a few short years by moving applications to the public […]
    • IoT standards must start in the cloud September 29, 2015
      In the next five years, our homes will have lots of devices connected to cloud services: thermostats, security systems, refrigerators, washers, dryers, coffeemakers, cars, TVs, set-top-boxes, doorbells, light switches ... you name it. All the Internet of things devices will communicate with different cloud systems for data storage, compute services, and software updates. Our homes […]
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