Explainer: What is the 'Internet of Things?'
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- There's a revolution coming to a screen near you -- and it's going to change your life. Microsoft co-founder Paul G. Allen and entrepreneur Oren Etzioni reveal what to expect.
- Acclaimed futurist Ray Kurzweil on the future of human life -- one where we print organs and play in total immersion environments.
- Ten years ago we were carrying flip-screen mobiles, Evanescence was top of the charts and just 11.4% of the world was online. How things have changed.
- The Web will change our lives dramatically over the next decade. But could mobile devices tell us when to break up?
Previously, at LeWeb Paris:
- It's the $199 headband that will allow you to control things using your mind, say makers.
- Many of Europe's leading tech entrepreneurs are meeting at the annual LeWeb conference in Paris this week to celebrate the future - an "Internet of things" governed by intelligent devices.
- CNN talks to the "podfather" Tony Fadell, the man behind Apple's iPod about his new product -- an intelligent home thermostat, Nest.
- Communications are a foundation for the social and economic opportunities that everyone deserves, writes Dr Hamadoun I Toure for CNN.
- Amber Case argues that humans are becoming cyborgs because of how much we interact with technology.
- The future has arrived and it will be run by our devices. But how will it work and what should we expect?
- The war between natives and immigrants is ending. The natives have won.
- When James Law looks in the mirror he sees weather reports, e-mails and his heart rate. The concept, Internet of Things, is developed in China.