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In July 1997, says Dave Ashton, CEO of Loco2, I was a new analyst for the tech consulting firm Accenture. My boss’s client, China Telecom, had asked us to aid in a spin-out IPO of their mobile...

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How do you shift the cultural stigma around technology and gender? As Juma Baldeh has proven in Gambia, you do it one girl at a time. Baldeh founded Hackathon Girls Banjul for girls ages 8 to 18 in her...

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Accessibility is human right. People with disabilities want and need to use the Internet just like everyone else, but what can we do to reduce barriers? Especially when one billion people globally have...

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We recently shared Part One and Part Two of Vashkar Bhattacharjee’s story. Vashkar is the National Consultant, Accessibility, A2i, Prime Minister’s Office of Bangladesh, and the Program Manager, Young...

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What will the connected world look like in 2030? According to a new report from Wipro Digital, a sustainable future will be achieved but only if certain barriers are conquered first. The report, developed...

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Report by Wipro Digital and Forum for the Future finds that 98% of business leaders see IoT contributing to sustainable future; but only half are taking action. Wipro Digital released a new report titled...

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The Internet of Things is having a moment. By 2020, smart devices connected to the internet will more than triple from 10 billion to 34 billion, according to a 2016 report by BI Intelligence, while IDC...

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In my previous blog, I outlined the major components of the Internet of Things (IoT), giving the current state of IoT technology a grade of B-minus. Why the minus? Today, I’ll dive deeper into two major...

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Smart Contracts Enabling Identification, Messaging, Tracking, Monitoring, and Governance. The emergence of blockchain-based applications is driving substantial investment in IoT-oriented projects. ABI...