"Is there a chance that the cringe-worthy but innocuous name is Apple’s Trojan Horse, a devastating sneak attack against some of the largest companies in the world, including some of their most important current partners?" they wrote.
John Cox of Network World reported today that two new studies from Forrester say mainstream adoption of NFC contactless payment is still "nearly a decade in the future, and rosy predictions to the contrary ignore the complex hardware and software infrastructures, standardization, business models, and consumer education that are needed."
Today, Google launched a new Internet initiative in the U.S. called "Google Fiber." On its launch page, the company describes the program as follows:
"Google Fiber starts with a connection speed 100 times faster than today's average broadband. Instant downloads.
Crystal clear HD. And endless possibilities. It's not just TV. And it's not just Internet. It's Google Fiber."
OK, so how does it work? The video below attempts explain everything in under 90 seconds.