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The Computing Trend that Will Change Everything

Computing isn’t just getting cheaper. It’s becoming more energy efficient. That means a world populated by ubiquitous sensors and streams of nanodata.

Full Story: Technology Review

Posted at 3:37pm and tagged with: tech, trends, technology, computers, internet of things,.

The Computing Trend that Will Change Everything


Computing isn’t just getting cheaper. It’s becoming more energy efficient. That means a world populated by ubiquitous sensors and streams of nanodata.

Full Story: Technology Review
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