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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: U.S. To Probe Microsoft Passport Flaw  Keith Regan  2003-05-09 15:13:59
Re: U.S. To Probe Microsoft Passport Flaw  userid  2003-05-09 19:14:09
Re: Is Internet Security Killing E-Business?  Keith Regan  2003-05-08 16:51:37
Re: Is Internet Security Killing E-Business?  jrgates  2003-05-08 18:38:00
Re: Why Blogs Haven't Stormed the Business World  Tiernan Ray  2003-04-29 15:16:08
Re: Why Blogs Haven't Stormed the Business World  karlnelson  2003-05-01 13:06:58
Re: Why Blogs Haven't Stormed the Business World  luigibertuzzi  2003-05-06 04:51:25
Re: Why Blogs Haven't Stormed the Business World  limulus  2003-04-30 17:18:01
Re: Why Blogs Haven't Stormed the Business World  alabut  2003-05-01 17:23:27
Re: Why Blogs Haven't Stormed the Business World  bobschwartz  2003-04-29 16:24:55
Re: Why Blogs Haven't Stormed the Business World  pannucci  2003-04-30 09:18:22
Re: Why Blogs Haven't Stormed the Business World  teledyn  2003-04-29 15:46:20
Re: Why Blogs Haven't Stormed the Business World  brentrockwood  2003-05-01 08:53:18
Re: Who Will Win the Mother's Day Race?  Elizabeth Millard  2003-05-05 13:37:08
Re: Who Will Win the Mother's Day Race?  kathleen.mccahill  2003-05-05 13:38:38
Re: The HP-Compaq Merger One-Year Checkup  Keith Regan  2003-05-01 15:41:32
Re: The HP-Compaq Merger One-Year Checkup  waldo  2003-05-05 00:30:18
Re: The Secret of IBM's Staggering Success  Tiernan Ray  2003-04-30 13:05:11
Re: The Secret of IBM's Staggering Success  porourke  2003-05-01 12:55:42
Re: The Secret of IBM's Staggering Success  drudixon  2003-05-04 15:38:48
Re: The Secret of IBM's Staggering Success  Theo_Durst  2003-05-02 10:45:55
Re: Behind the Scenes with Akamai  Tiernan Ray  2003-04-30 19:00:02
Re: Behind the Scenes with Akamai  buckminster  2003-05-03 23:37:32
Re: In Defense of Spam  Keith Regan  2001-11-26 15:54:11
Re: In Defense of Spam  cosmicway  2003-05-03 21:22:34
Re: In Defense of Spam  Leonard Strickland  2001-12-20 09:25:46
Re: In Defense of Spam  cosmicway  2003-05-03 21:30:13
Re: Hidden Costs of Building an E-Commerce Site  Lynn Ward  2003-04-28 17:24:15
Re: Hidden Costs of Building an E-Commerce Site  cvs  2003-05-03 16:03:27
Re: Cutting Costs Without Killing the Company  Keith Regan  2003-03-05 10:09:26
Re: Cutting Costs Without Killing the Company  disneylogic  2003-05-02 20:52:45
Re: Anti-Spam Laws Multiplying in Congress  Shelley Emling  2003-05-01 16:38:11
Re: Anti-Spam Laws Multiplying in Congress  deirdre36  2003-05-01 16:58:01
Re: Best Databases for Small Businesses  Vincent Ryan  2003-04-22 07:35:44
Re: Best Databases for Small Businesses  gregpalmer  2003-04-22 11:50:46
Re: Best Databases for Small Businesses  smack  2003-04-23 14:28:50
Re: Best Databases for Small Businesses  Dustin  2003-04-25 08:22:14
Re: Best Databases for Small Businesses  ttoker  2003-04-30 16:58:38
Re: Best Databases for Small Businesses  khill3  2003-04-22 09:56:08
Re: Best Databases for Small Businesses  duffer_01  2003-04-22 09:03:57
Re: Is AOL's Anti-Spam Campaign Working?  Tiernan Ray  2003-04-29 18:36:14
Re: Is AOL's Anti-Spam Campaign Working?  calef  2003-04-30 15:40:16
Re: Who's Afraid of Internet Sales Tax?  Keith Regan  2003-04-16 14:55:19
Re: Who's Afraid of Internet Sales Tax?  LaraLeigh  2003-04-29 16:11:43
Re: Who's Afraid of Internet Sales Tax?  kathleen.mccahill  2003-04-22 13:58:52
Re: Who's Afraid of Internet Sales Tax?  gbanta  2003-04-16 16:38:43
Re: Who's Afraid of Internet Sales Tax?  shadowself  2003-04-16 15:35:24
Re: The 7 Deadly Sins of Online Selling  Brad Hill  2003-02-25 11:44:48
Re: The 7 Deadly Sins of Online Selling  magnum  2003-04-28 21:25:39
Re: The 7 Deadly Sins of Online Selling  StephenW  2003-02-25 20:35:55
Re: AOL, MSN, Yahoo Join Forces in Spam War  Keith Regan  2003-04-28 11:13:19
Spam War Will Leave a lot of Collateral Damage...  perpeta  2003-04-28 14:48:33
Re: AOL, MSN, Yahoo Join Forces in Spam War  Lady_J96  2003-04-28 11:30:37
Re: The Business Case for Windows Server 2003, Part 2  Robyn Weisman  2003-04-25 12:50:10
Re: The Business Case for Windows Server 2003, Part 2  edge  2003-04-26 03:30:13
Re: Steve Jobs, the Music Man  Peter Burrows, Ronald Grover & Tom Lowry  2003-04-18 18:35:45
Re: Steve Jobs, the Music Man  oirudleahcim  2003-04-25 22:22:27
Re: Yahoo! Blurs the Privacy Line  Keith Regan  2001-12-08 11:42:06
Re: Yahoo! Blurs the Privacy Line  bebazu  2003-04-24 12:48:50
Re: Time for an Apple Blade Server?  Tiernan Ray  2003-04-21 15:48:01
Re: Time for an Apple Blade Server?  SEggermont  2003-04-24 08:11:33
Re: Time for an Apple Blade Server?  Nooneelse  2003-04-23 12:11:29
Re: Time for an Apple Blade Server?  pdost  2003-04-22 15:12:59

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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.