Just don’t confuse it with reality. The future of IoT is inevitable, but the details are set in the stone. And that’s cool
HP enters enterprise software's top ranks
While Dillon speculates that HP is unlikely to find licensees for the operating system – which he notes it acquired for $1.2 billion a little over a year ago – he says the platform might “make a tempting purchase for a handset maker looking to end its reliance on Google and/or Microsoft,” or for firms including Facebook and Amazon that are seeking a route into mobile.
Crackdown on unregistered SIMs linked to snooping for anti-monarchy sentiment
John C. Tanner
To prepare for the future, look back to the past and ditch what didn’t work. Let’s start with all the dithering over net neutrality and OTT