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prabhakar_deosthali
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re: EE Times' 20 hot technologies for 2012
prabhakar_deosthali   12/21/2011 1:55:03 PM
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These emerging technologies are likely to dwarf whatever technologies are being used today. The Plastic electronic will make it environment friendly by making the disposable gadgets wherever the expected lifespan is limited. The Graphene and solar cell technologies will bring in new efficiencies in energy conversion and wireless sensors and energy harvesting technologies will be helping to reduce the carbon emissions across the globe. The 100 G/bits networks will make today's networks look like snails ! Just Amazing at what pace the technology is moving.

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wilber_xbox   12/18/2011 6:30:20 PM
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i would say it a sizzling hot article. However some kind of condensed information or overview would have helped.

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wilber_xbox   12/18/2011 6:30:20 PM
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i would say it a sizzling hot article. However some kind of condensed information or overview would have helped.

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wilber_xbox   12/18/2011 6:30:20 PM
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i would say it a sizzling hot article. However some kind of condensed information or overview would have helped.

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pixies   12/17/2011 3:41:49 PM
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"The internet of things" sounds like a beginning of a horrible science fiction. Everything we use will be accessible and controlled through internet. And a huge network of even the simplest items may produce unexpected "emerging phenomenon".

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pixies   12/17/2011 3:41:49 PM
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"The internet of things" sounds like a beginning of a horrible science fiction. Everything we use will be accessible and controlled through internet. And a huge network of even the simplest items may produce unexpected "emerging phenomenon".

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pixies   12/17/2011 3:41:49 PM
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"The internet of things" sounds like a beginning of a horrible science fiction. Everything we use will be accessible and controlled through internet. And a huge network of even the simplest items may produce unexpected "emerging phenomenon".

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DrWattsOn   12/15/2011 8:26:24 PM
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[quote] PluggedNickle 12/14/2011 10:31 AM EST Theres a new prophylactic technology believe it or not and its going to corner the arket. I cant tell you what it is yet but remember these words. [end quote] "ARKET" ?? You want us to remember "arket"?? But seriously :D , it sounds like maybe you should consult with "MM Silicon Valley" (comment submitted 12/9/2011 8:36 PM EST:) [quote] Data analytics will be disruptive because companies will use data to refine products and get more intimate with consumers ... [end quote] Or did we slip a little off topic here? aka DrWattsOn

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DrWattsOn   12/15/2011 8:26:24 PM
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[quote] PluggedNickle 12/14/2011 10:31 AM EST Theres a new prophylactic technology believe it or not and its going to corner the arket. I cant tell you what it is yet but remember these words. [end quote] "ARKET" ?? You want us to remember "arket"?? But seriously :D , it sounds like maybe you should consult with "MM Silicon Valley" (comment submitted 12/9/2011 8:36 PM EST:) [quote] Data analytics will be disruptive because companies will use data to refine products and get more intimate with consumers ... [end quote] Or did we slip a little off topic here? aka DrWattsOn

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DrWattsOn   12/15/2011 8:26:24 PM
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[quote] PluggedNickle 12/14/2011 10:31 AM EST Theres a new prophylactic technology believe it or not and its going to corner the arket. I cant tell you what it is yet but remember these words. [end quote] "ARKET" ?? You want us to remember "arket"?? But seriously :D , it sounds like maybe you should consult with "MM Silicon Valley" (comment submitted 12/9/2011 8:36 PM EST:) [quote] Data analytics will be disruptive because companies will use data to refine products and get more intimate with consumers ... [end quote] Or did we slip a little off topic here? aka DrWattsOn

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