To read this week week of May 2, 2016
May 2, 2016 | RFID, Uncategorised, Virtual Reality | By Daniel St-Pierre


Delta will track baggage with RFID by the end of the year. Welcome to the post-app world? Unity CEO: Maybe 2016 isn’t really the ‘year of VR’. Apache: Big Data. This week’s app…

Delta will track baggage with RFID by the end of the year
Delta announced Friday it will be the first airline in the U.S. to deploy Radio Frequency Identification — or RFID — baggage tracking technology, for all 120 million bags it handles each year. Read the story on Mashable

Welcome to the post-app world?
We’ve fallen in love with apps. It’s hard to see something so popular fading into the past, but what if that happened? What if apps were simply an iteration of the mobile web, before something better came along? Read the story on TechCrunch

Unity CEO: Maybe 2016 isn’t really the ‘year of VR’
If you listen to Samsung, Facebook and pretty much everyone else interested in virtual reality, 2016 is the year the tech really takes off. But that may not be true, at least according to John Riccitiello, CEO of Unity. Read the full story


Apache: Big Data
Apache: Big Data will gather together (May 9-12) the Apache projects, people and technologies working in Big Data, ubiquitous computing and data engineering and science to educate, collaborate and connect in a completely project-neutral environment. Read the story on Linux Foundation


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