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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: AT&T Sees T-Mobile Merger Through Rose-Colored Glasses 2  Jethrob   2011-04-22 02:10:51 
Re: Match.com's Sex Offender Screening May Be Marginally Better Than Nothing 2  robertcooney   2011-04-18 20:28:49 
Re: Sony's GeoHot Settlement Won't Stop Anonymous 5  Asillynert   2011-04-12 16:27:43 
Re: Salt Lake City to Give NFC Payment System a Go 2  Spawlowski87   2011-04-12 06:05:25 
Re: The PG&E Disaster and the Case for Digitizing Physical Documents 2  RIMMAN   2011-04-06 09:13:23 
Re: Making Mobile Payments Work for Your Small Business 2  Spawlowski87   2011-04-05 06:53:43 
Re: Thumbs Up or Down for AT&T + T-Mobile? 3  wizworks   2011-04-01 13:40:31 
Re: Prepaid Wireless Has Finally Grown Up 8  Boja   2011-03-31 20:24:01 
Re: Should You Outsource or Keep IT In-House? 2  djohnson88   2011-03-31 12:59:07 
Re: Amazon Lets Customers Take Android Apps Out for a Spin 2  daboochmeister   2011-03-29 11:31:54 
Re: Tiered Pricing: Intervention for Technology Addicts 2  JulianArch   2011-03-27 09:24:59 
Re: AT&T's T-Mobile Plans: Who's Looking Out for Consumers? 2  farmerbob   2011-03-25 10:22:45 
Re: Oracle's Itanium Slug Leaves Intel Bruised, HP Battered 2  ShesAllOverIT   2011-03-24 21:20:49 
Re: The Internet, Social Media and Mubarak's Dangerous Game 3  mitchroth   2011-03-23 12:44:18 
Re: The Fuse Is Lit for the mHealth Industry Explosion 2  ericlrock   2011-03-23 12:22:46 
Re: Amazon Android Appstore Arrives, Greeted by Apple Lawyers 2  ozone702   2011-03-22 17:19:37 
Re: Apple to the Core: iPad 2 Is a Dominator 3  kiowavt   2011-03-17 01:04:43 
Re: Online Sports Marketing: Setting Up for a Grand Slam 2  OSMGuy   2011-03-16 19:29:57 
Re: The Googleist Reformation 2  mod   2011-03-16 14:48:52 
Etsy.com Privacy Breach 1  DeeplyOffended   2011-03-11 17:14:24 

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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.