Welcome to my Nuzzle newsletter. I include only articles I've read and think are more than just interesting. This newsletter won't be published if I'm too busy, I forget to publish, or there's nothing worthwhile to interrupt your day for.
Mixed bag today.
Rodney Brooks looks at some indicators of why certain technologies have rapid commercial success and why others don't.
The DCMS Code of Practice list 13 practices that should be followed by
people involved with consumer IoT.
Electric cars are a relatively easy technology because cars have been mass-produced for more than a century. We have more than 100 years of experience engineering and manufacturing windshield wipers, brakes, wheels, tires, steering systems, windows…
As we connect more devices in our homes to the internet, products and appliances that have traditionally been offline are now becoming part of the ‘Internet of Things' (IoT). The IoT represents a new chapter of how technology becomes…