It's been on the cover of a recent The Economist magazine (subscribers only, sorry). It's been tested in Tokyo's Ginza district (Tokyo Ubiquitous Technology Project). Now, what initially seemed more...
It’s been on the cover of a recent "The Economist" magazine (subscribers only, sorry).
It’s been tested in Tokyo’s Ginza district (Tokyo Ubiquitous Technology Project). Now, what initially seemed more like a sci-fi story is one step closer to becoming a reality. The Japanese government announced last Saturday that it is setting up a test zone for what they’re calling an ‘IT lifestyle’, where everything and everyone is connected wirelessly.
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