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CES, the New Year, toys, hype and real life

CES, the New Year, toys, hype and real life

Written by on January 5, 2017 in Opinion with 0 Comments

CES always brings in the New Year and always seems to be full of enthusiasm and hype. Perhaps every New Year would be the same, even without CES. From the initial reports from CES this year, the enthusiasm and hype are definitely still there. We have the now usual range of AI devices, which are meant […]

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More Internet of Silly Things (IoST) to drool over

More Internet of Silly Things (IoST) to drool over

Written by on January 14, 2016 in Opinion with 2 Comments

You can always rely on the annual CES spectacle in Las Vegas to bring out the best, and worst, ideas for our digital future. But just when you thought you had seen all the possible Internet of Silly Things (IoST) ideas CES managed to pull some from the depths. Take, for example, the perfect device […]

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Telecom Industry Ingested Whole by Digital Media?

Written by on January 16, 2013 in BillingViews, Opinion with 0 Comments

I’ve spent 16 years in telecom, and all of a sudden I seem to work in the TV business. One of the newsletters I like to read for general industry coverage is USTelecom Daily Lead.  Lately I’ve noticed that more and more of its coverage is dedicated to digital content, and particularly to streaming video […]

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