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OECD forecasted #IoT device list for "average family" in 2017 and 2022

The new land grab for chip makers: The internet of things

OECD forecasted device list for "average family" in 2017 and 2022

“Internet users by country (millions): China US India Japan Brazil Russia Germany

% of respondents willing to give up habit/vice for internet, 2012, US, China, Germany, Brazil

Everything is connected

A key part of life: In China, 80 percent of respondents said they'd rather give up fast food than the Internet. 60 percent said they'd give up driving. 40 percent said they'd give up sex. (via The Economist)

The income of the typical U.S. family fell or was flat in almost every state last year.

The income of the typical U. family fell or was flat in almost every state last year, with the drop particularly steep in places where the economy has been hit hard by the housing bust.

Focus: Inflation, wages and economic growth | The Economist

Inflation, wages and economic growth

Focus: Inflation, wages and economic growth | The Economist

the-global-remittance-industry-is-huge-and-digital-first-startups-are-taking-advantage.jpg (1190×595)

Remittance volumes are huge, topping half-trillion dollars last year. Now digital companies are disrupting a centuries-old industry.

Are there examples of high tech and highly authoritarian countries?

Internet penetration is never correlated with increasing power to dictators, and is often correlated with increased freedom

chart comparing % of cellphone users who regularly make or receive payments on phone

Survey Report In a remarkably short period of time, internet and mobile technology have become a part of everyday life for some in the emerging and developing

Average monthly size of denial of service attacks (Gigabits per second) #paxtechnica

Computer says no

Average monthly size of denial of service attacks (Gigabits per second)

Sketching out the Internet of Things trendline | Brookings Institution

Sketching out the Internet of Things trendline

ECONOMIC growth is being weighed down by the ongoing crisis in the euro zone, according to a report by the OECD published on September 6th.

The European effect

The euro-zone crisis is weighing on other economies ECONOMIC growth is being weighed down by the ongoing crisis in the euro zone, according to a report by the OECD published on September