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Challenges that IoT faces – IoT

IoT is currently able to piggyback on existing standards and protocols. However, as data grows and threats multiply, standards will need to be developed for data translation and communication and facilitate massive deployment. Key players are helping the cause by investing heavily in research and development, and this should in the mid to long run, result in globally accepted standards.


Apple becomes $1 trillion company

Apple achieved this milestone by hitting a stock price of $207.05 + in intraday trading today, giving it a market cap slightly over $1,000,000,000,000, based on its 4,829,926,000 outstanding shares as of July 20, 2018, which the company disclosed in its quarterly 10-Q filing with the SEC on Wednesday.

Reports: New York Times, Wall Street Journal


Ladies & gentlemen, the world’s most unique & “smart” phone

Turing Phone

This must be the world’s most unique smartphone, so far. Made by the Finland-based Turing Space Industries, the HubblePhone lays claim to 50% faster data speed, compared to existing 4G networks thanks to 5G NR standard. 5G NR allows HubblePhone users to download or stream 4K video Content in a matter of seconds.

HubblePhone utilizes an emotional machine-intelligence chip to provide next-gen mobile gaming experience. The added computation, multi-screens, & advanced camera features create a new dimension in mobile gaming by integrating AR, VR, MR, XR & AfR technologies into a cohesive experience.

Hubble Show is the world’s 1st mobile entertainment hub, which will host television shows & music videos that utilizes the HubblePhone’s Multi-screen API & 5G NR speed to deliver multi-dimensional entertainment programs displayed on 1 or more HubblePhone screens.

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Google’s move to re-launch ‘Search’ in China makes some see red – News

Google is in the news for 2 reasons, both linked. 1st – it plans to re-launch its search engine in China. That’s right. For those of you who were not aware, Google Search had gone off China. The other reason is that the search engine may be a heavily censored one, raising howls of protests. Read on…..

Reports: Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Warc