Grey Routes Pose Hidden Threat to Text Messaging: Part Two, Enterprises

“Grey routes” are low-quality messaging routes that cost operators millions of dollars in lost revenues each year. They pose a grave risk to the operators whose networks are inappropriately used, the enterprises whose reputations and business operations can be irreparably damaged, and the mobile users who can become victims of fraudulent schemes.

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fastcompany:

Tell it your prescription, and the experimental screen makes blurry images clear for you.
People with vision problems, rejoice: A team from Microsoft, U.C. Berkeley, and MIT has created an experimental screen technology that would allow you to view your devices clearly without your glasses. 
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fastcompany:

Tell it your prescription, and the experimental screen makes blurry images clear for you.

People with vision problems, rejoice: A team from Microsoft, U.C. Berkeley, and MIT has created an experimental screen technology that would allow you to view your devices clearly without your glasses. 

Read More>

By 2025, we should have around 8.1 billion people online. Just imagine all those billions of people and ideas sharing and collaborating. Please don’t let me get hit by a bus. I want to live to experience this period which people will later call the Age of Collaboration.

Tiffany Shlain, filmmaker, host of the AOL series “The Future Starts Here” and founder of The Webby Awards, on what the future of the internet holds.

Friday thought of the day: What does the future hold for creativity/innovation?

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Why We Hack

bitly:

We’re getting ready for our next Hack Week, where our engineers take a week between sprint cycles to explore ideas, write code and build projects they might not have time to pursue during a product-focused work week.

We’ve been celebrating Hack Week at Bitly for the past three years and each…