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  • Tencent: Inside China’s ‘killer app’ factory
  • Instagram hits 600m user milestone
  • Ikea’s smart home (source)
  • Live on Twitter: Broadcasting Video From the App
  • GE’s Software Future Starts With Selling Computer Hardwaret o help industrial customers move data between their equipment and its cloud services
  • General Electric to Buy Two Tech Startups for Its Digital Business
    GE is acquiring Inc., a machine learning firm, and Bit Stew Systems Inc., which enables the ‘ingestion’ of masses of data for industrial applications
  • Let’s build an Airport – How to estimate large scale projects
  • Apple, Spotify Face Upstart Rival in Streaming Music: China’s Tencent
    (Joox music-streaming service)
  • Amazon reportedly building app to connect truckers with shippers, possibly putting pressure on Convoy
  • ‘Super Mario Run’ Jumps to Top of App-Store Charts
  • Azure in the car: Microsoft and TomTom partner on location services for U.S. automakers
  • Subscriptions offer a more stable base of recurring revenue than traditional licenses, but Adobe hasn’t simply been replacing one form of sales for the other.
  • Another one bites the dust: Cisco discontinues its $1B cloud initiative as AWS, Azure and others expand
  • Air-launched rocket puts eight CYGNSS microsatellites in orbit to study hurricanes

2017 Trends

  • The Future 100, emerging trends for 2017 [JWT]
  • Fjord Trends 2017
  • PSFK Forecast 2020