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Tag Archives: 2017
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As just a couple of days remain in 2017, let’s take a moment to reflect on some of the year’s highlights! It was an extraordinary year, with the Internet Society celebrating its 25th anniversary...

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Get ready for the telco edge: I’ve been seeing the phrase Multi-access Edge Computing, or MEC, pop up often in the last month or two. This is a telco edge computing concept that steals from a developing...

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5G is real! This week the wireless industry took a big step forward in preparing for 5G. The cellular radio standards organization, 3GPP ratified the Non-Standalone (NSA) 5G New Radio (NR) specification...

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The Blink camera is a $ 99 wireless camera. Amazon has acquired the company that makes the Blink line of cameras and a newly launched $ 99 doorbell. The deal itself doesn’t come as a surprise...

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We are excited to announce the winner of Chapterthon 2017. As we truly believe that Internet Society and our community have an important role to promote the use of the Internet for education, we organized...

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On net neutrality: Thursday the FCC repealed 2015 rules that enshrined network neutrality into law along partisan lines (the same way the law was enacted originally, albeit with years of conversation...

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In November, the Thinkers50 announced its 2017 ranking of the 50 top management thinkers in the world. The ranking was launched in 2001 and is published every two years. Twenty-three of the top 50...

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It’s been a little turbulent for all things internet and IoT-related this week. Fake feedback comments may delay the net neutrality vote, Volocopter aims to launch its flying taxis by 2020 and there’s...

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We’re beginning the race to the bottom: Last month we included the $ 20 Wyze camera on our IoT gift guide because it was cheap and good. This week the New York Times explained how the creation...