Chattering Objects: The Economist Covers Lamberth’s Internet of Things Research Report

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“WHATEVER happened to that “internet of things” promised a decade or so ago?” Good question, coming from The Economist, in their August 13 blog post covering Laurie Lamberth’s Internet of Things research paper. . . . → Read More: Chattering Objects: The Economist Covers Lamberth’s Internet of Things Research Report

Mobilize 2010 – The Future of the Mobile Web

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Join Laurie at Mobilize 2010 – Cloud, Meet Cloud. Mobilize is GigaOm’s premier conference on the mobile web, and this year will highlight the “Internet of Things” — including Laurie’s research paper “The Internet of Things: Anywhere, Anytime, Anything,” which GigaOm published on July 26, 2010. . . . → Read More: Mobilize 2010 – The Future of the Mobile Web

The Internet of Things: What is Is, Why it Matters – New Research Report from Laurie Lamberth on GigaOm Pro

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GigaOM, one of the leading voices in technology research, today published Laurie Lamberth’s research report “The Internet of Things:  Anywhere, Anytime, Anything.”  The report, which summarizes Laurie’s experience and research into connected devices over the past decade, provides a glimpse into the origins of the Internet of Things and lays out how it works.  . . . → Read More: The Internet of Things: What is Is, Why it Matters – New Research Report from Laurie Lamberth on GigaOm Pro

GigaOm Pro Publishes Lamberth’s Long View “Cool, Calm and Connected: 3 Design Principles for Connected Objects”

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GigaOm Pro put it this way:

“Connected devices are popping up everywhere, and designers will need to begin considering how each device operates in this increasingly connected context. Here are three principles to keep mind.”

Read it:  Cool, Calm and Connected: 3 Design Principles for Connected Objects

Related posts: Cool Connected Devices – Laurie . . . → Read More: GigaOm Pro Publishes Lamberth’s Long View “Cool, Calm and Connected: 3 Design Principles for Connected Objects”

Lamberth’s “M2M: It’s Hip to Be Square” Published by M2M Magazine

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Laurie Lamberth celebrates the new year and surging interest in M2M, predicting a Cinderella story for the segment.

“For a decade, M2M (machine-to-machine) has lurked on the wireless sidelines, yielding the spotlight to sexier handset-based multimedia and voice services…

That’s all behind us now. Amazon launched the Kindle, and all of a . . . → Read More: Lamberth’s “M2M: It’s Hip to Be Square” Published by M2M Magazine