in weekly


  • “The other big change coming for any industrial plant is the ability to take data from a single factory, upload it to the cloud and then gain the ability to access the data from anywhere. This means that experts in certain processes no longer have to travel from manufacturing site to manufacturing site to troubleshoot or improve things. Instead of going to the data, it can come to them”. (link) (Source :¬†Stacey Knows Things)
  • Facebook Messenger adds end-to-end encryption in a bid to become your primary messaging app (Tech Crunch)
  • The virtual reality era has arrived, and three major players — Sony, Facebook and Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC — are setting out to enchant consumers with one-of-a-kind experiences. (Nikkei)
  • How Hardware-as-a-Service will save IoT (TechCrunch)
  • What will happen to global economics in the next 34 years (Oxford University Press Blog)
  • Virtual reality could become an $80B industry by 2025: Goldman (cnbc)
  • A NASA spacecraft has arrived at the solar system’s largest planet after a picture-perfect orbital insertion.NASA’s Juno space probe ended a five-year, 1.7-billion mile trek to Jupiter on Monday, nailing a do-or-die braking burn to shave its speed and settle into orbit around the largest planet in the solar system. (Seeker)
  • German churches now offer free and secure wifi hotspots¬†(QZ)