Hack In The Box Magazine was released just a few weeks ago – it’s now the ninth edition!
I came across this and it looks cool. It’s a flexible laptop that’s been in development and I can’t wait to see it hit the stores. I’m curious to see how many students find it cool. I can see this concept being duplicated by others.
Check out this video to see all that project glass can do!
Sebastian Thrun, Founder and head of Google X on his online University project called Udacity
Lionsgate and Microsoft launch a “game-changing” Web experience that pulls visitors into the world of The Hunger Games from the moment they step off their train in the Capitol city. Visitors can do things like tour the Capitol, visit the Avenue of Tributes, and hear an address from President Snow.
“Check out the “game-changing” Web experience here!”
The GSMA and the Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) today announced they are working together to simplify connectivity to Wi-Fi hotspots from mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. The joint initiative is developing technical and commercial frameworks for Wi-Fi roaming, which will bring together the benefits of mobile technology and Wi-Fi networks for the first time, creating a far simpler consumer experience.
Wi-Fi roaming will be based on the WBA’s ‘Next Generation Hotspot’ programme and
the Wi-Fi Alliance’s ‘Passpoint certification’ technology. It will also build on the
GSMA’s successful roaming principles that have propelled the mobile industry to
more than six billion mobile connections worldwide, a number that is expected to
more than double within the next ten years.
read more @ http://www.wballiance.com/images/news/pdf/gsma_wba_joint_initiative_pr.pdf
Source: Wireless Broadband Alliance