The “leap” from dial-up Internet service to broadband in the late 1990s consisted primarily of a 1.5 Megabits per second (Mbps) connection. You could visit a Website or two and even exchange messages to friends on the thin air we called “e-mail.” Fast forward more than a dozen years to last Friday when the Federal Continue Reading →
The Internet of Things
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Those of us who live and die by our gadgets continue to dream about the day that all the devices in our house will communicate in the ways we want them too. This, of course, is the promise of the “Internet of Things.” Eventually all your gizmos—ranging from your coffee maker to your garage door—will Continue Reading →
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