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KBode
KBode
5/2/2016 9:51:53 AM
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Re: IoT Vs. Big Data
They're a strange animal to be sure. For every device that people like (Google Fiber networking box) there's a product that seems to flail a little (Nest) or one that doesn't come to market at all (Q). Certainly does generate buzz, but overall the track record might even be more miss than hit (like the Nexus 9) when it comes to hardware. They lack inconsistentcy on much of their hardware platforms.

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kq4ym
kq4ym
4/29/2016 10:56:10 AM
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Re: IoT Vs. Big Data
Yes, it's interesting to see how seeminly google fumbles a lot on devices. But they certainly keep the news wires singing with news all the time. One would think the IoT scenario would be just the thing for Google to master and get inroads to that consumer and business market.

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
4/28/2016 2:58:39 AM
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Re: IoT Vs. Big Data
Not if they embrace open source as a practical way to overcome it--wouldn't you agree?  I note this because Open Source is even making its' way in the AI space thanks to Elon Musk.   

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Ariella
Ariella
4/27/2016 6:32:16 PM
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Re: IoT Vs. Big Data
@Alison the problem is that even if the companies cease to support them, they might retain the patent. So there would be intellectual property issues to iron out. 

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Alison Diana
Alison Diana
4/27/2016 5:30:53 PM
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Re: IoT Vs. Big Data
I would think there'll be a good business model for a company or companies to buy these products - the IoT products that are no longer supported by their OEMs -- and support them til they die. Not necessarily upgrade them, but just keep them running and provide basic customer support. I wonder if there's a market for that?

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batye
batye
4/27/2016 4:04:40 PM
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Re: IoT Vs. Big Data
@Ariella  yes I Google do like to play it strange way sometime... but this way they create positive hype...

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Ariella
Ariella
4/26/2016 10:01:50 AM
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Re: IoT Vs. Big Data
@Kbode yes, I remember that. Incidents like this are what makes some of us sit back and let others be the early adopters. 

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KBode
KBode
4/26/2016 9:09:10 AM
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Re: IoT Vs. Big Data
I assume Google will eventually step in, given the large number of problems at Nest lately (thermostats not turning on, for example), the lagging sales numbers, and the exec departures.

Certainly a much different song being sung than a year or two ago, when Nest was the darling of the IOT scene. 

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
4/25/2016 12:19:54 PM
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Re: IoT Vs. Big Data
What is challenging is those of us trying to "hedge our bets" on what actually works.   It will prevent wide spread adoption for a while yet not withstanding the profound inroads being made.

 

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Ariella
Ariella
4/25/2016 11:28:34 AM
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Re: IoT Vs. Big Data
@Kbode I agree. It struck me as as a bit of sophistry there. Even if the product still bears the original company name, the company that owns that company should be considered responsible for it. 

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