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Redesigning Products and Services for the Internet of Things


PTC is making a big bet on the IoT opportunity. It wants to be in the forefront of helping organizations create smart products and services, systems and operations. This means changing the way they are designed, so they can provide continuous feedback about how they actually are used. It also means quickly responding to changing customer and market requirements.
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Popcorn Time Offers Smooth-as-Butter Streaming


Popcorn Time, known as the "Netflix for Pirates," has introduced a browser-based service that lets users play streaming videos without having to download anything. The videos play on the company's servers. However, the browser-based service does not include a built-in virtual private network, a feature of the downloadable Popcorn Time app. Most of the videos stream in HD.
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Re: Is Facebook Flatlining? 2  digiprintchristmas   2012-06-25 12:27:32 
Re: Is Keynesian Economics Relevant Today? 2  BrutusBuckeyes   2012-06-21 19:25:36 
Re: Microsoft Flies Solo With New Tablets 2  Sundus_Mustafa   2012-06-20 02:07:30 
Re: The BYOD Maelstrom: Legal, Technical Issues Abound 2  DavidBaeza   2012-06-14 07:09:57 
Re: Short and Sweet: Text Marketing 4  megankrow   2012-06-13 12:23:54 
Re: Zynga Heads for Pitsville 2  AndreRichards   2012-06-13 11:31:01 
Re: Google Shopping: Wanna Play? Gotta Pay 4  Montclairguy   2012-06-10 01:21:38 
Re: Best Buy or Best Sell? Departing Founder Weighs Options 2  willfulone   2012-06-08 12:18:23 
Re: Solving the Sprint Problem 3  tjheller   2012-06-07 17:37:53 
Re: iPad-vertising Is Taking Off 2  abibi   2012-05-30 09:32:57 
Re: Activists Pressure Amazon Into a Change of Heart 2  ergodeit   2012-05-25 21:24:11 
Re: Yahoo Lops Off a Limb 3  megankrow   2012-05-22 11:56:53 
Re: Global E-Commerce: Unique Capabilities Required 2  ManmohanManu   2012-05-21 03:32:37 
Re: Galaxy S III's Wild Pre-Sale Numbers: Should Apple Start Sweating? 2  lazzland   2012-05-19 12:16:43 
Re: What's Next for RIM? 2  Deightonn   2012-05-17 10:46:22 
Re: Google Digs Up Old Direct-Sales Nexus Strategy 2  ricegf61   2012-05-17 04:35:54 
Re: Dish Offers New Ad-Vanishing DVR Service 3  megankrow   2012-05-15 11:29:40 
Re: What Makes EBay Invincible? 144  megankrow   2012-05-11 12:34:50 
Re: Lumia Gives Nokia, Microsoft Ray of Hope 3  megankrow   2012-05-07 14:13:01 
Re: Best Buy Puts Plan B Into Action 2  akcoyote   2012-05-05 21:24:24 

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Does technology create more jobs than it destroys?
Yes - The jobs new technologies create outnumber those lost due to machines replacing humans.
No- Companies fixated on cost-cutting are building workforces of robots and computers instead of people.