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The Internet of Things

The Internet of Things, shortly knows as IoT, aims to uniquely identify real things coming from the real world and includes them into the wide structure of internet. The words “Internet of Things” were used to describe the future of the technology where the real world objects connect to the internet…
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The Open Internet Is Threatened by UN

Representatives of more than 190 governments have convened a profoundly important closed-door meeting this week in Dubai to hammer out how the Internet should be run and who should pay for its operation. The International Telecommunication Union, a low-profile United Nations agency that’s sponsoring the…
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Dropbox reaches 100 million users

The knock on Dropbox, as delivered by no less than the late Steve Jobs, has been that the company delivers a feature and not a full-blown product. One day, such logic holds, Dropbox’s ability to coordinate the storing of files across all manner of computing devices will be baked into a larger, more…
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jQuery project launched by Treehouse

Treehouse has launched a new jQuery course , which aims to walk designers and developers through the basics of jQuery and JavaScript. During the project, students learn how to add interactivity to a website, working with form validation, jQuery plug-ins and Google Maps. On the reasoning behind the new…
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W3C launches WebPlatform Docs

The W3C has announced WebPlatform Docs , a “community-driven site that aims to become a comprehensive and authoritative source for web developer documentation”. With the backing of Adobe, Facebook, Google, HP, Microsoft, Mozilla, Nokia, Opera and others, an alpha release is now live; the site is…
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Microsoft unveils TypeScript

Microsoft has announced TypeScript, which it calls “a language for application-scale JavaScript development”. The new release is a “typed superset of JavaScript that compiles to plain JavaScript,” and Microsoft believes its new product hits the sweet spot in remaining open and standards-compliant…
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