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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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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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Re: 3 Things PCI Auditors Wish They Could Tell You 2  Acanty   2010-12-01 14:15:16 
Re: 10 Tips for Upping Your Holiday Etail Conversions 2  mitchroth   2010-11-29 07:44:34 
Re: How Cable Television Can Stop Losing Customers 2  jescott418   2010-11-27 11:22:17 
Re: Trouble at Clearwire Could Spell Trouble for Others 2  Varettoni   2010-11-18 10:53:32 
Re: Hulu Plus Goes Into Prime Time 2  alienelvis   2010-11-17 13:32:18 
Re: Global Smartphone Sales Sizzle as Android Climbs to No. 2 Perch 2  madjr   2010-11-17 10:51:31 
Re: Building a High-Speed Expressway to the Cloud 2  ServerLuv561   2010-11-15 16:37:03 
Re: The 5 Steps to Social Product Marketing 3  BobbyCintolo   2010-11-03 08:22:49 
Re: Travel Firms Link Arms Against Google Onslaught 2  ServerLuv561   2010-10-27 12:40:24 
Re: No Taxation Without Customer Privacy, Says Judge in Amazon vs. NC Case 2  tekgems   2010-10-26 12:38:41 
Re: Don't Let Your Holiday E-Marketing Plans Run Off the Rails 2  sunknowledge   2010-10-25 04:27:48 
Re: FCC Could Be the Winner in Fox/Cablevision Standoff 2  farmerbob   2010-10-21 11:00:40 
Re: A Checklist for Transporting Legacy Data to That Big Cloud in the Sky 2  paulj007   2010-10-16 07:10:59 
Re: The Rebirth of E-Commerce in the New Internet 2  adammwoods   2010-10-15 09:43:46 
Re: Catching a New Wave of PR Opportunities 2  AndroidGold   2010-10-12 12:57:48 
Re: Striking While Customer Interest Is Hot 2  talyarj   2010-10-11 07:59:06 
Re: How Dan Hesse Is Reviving Sprint 2  jescott418   2010-10-07 16:47:49 
Re: IE Slinks Below the 50 Percent Mark 2  jescott418   2010-10-06 19:03:36 
Re: How E-Commerce Apps Are Putting Your Site at Risk 2  alexcrittenden   2010-10-05 09:21:07 
Re: Facebook and Skype Link Arms Against Google 2  nb109   2010-09-29 22:10:29 

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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.
Performance Matters: 9 Key Consumer Insights