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Adontai Mason
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A yogi and technophile.
A yogi and technophile.

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Though mobile phones have reached the hands of 6 billion people of a global population of 7 billion, and Internet access has reached nearly 4 billion, the new technology revolution is neither global nor cross-cultural. 

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Have you heard the big news from our #YouTubeTV team? Check it out → https://goo.gl/GfG3gD
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Wow! I didn't even know this was taking place. Looking forward to following online.
Thank you to everyone who applied for an #io17 ticket. We never cease to be humbled by how much interest we receive from developers all over the world, year after year!

Results have been emailed to all applicants by now...
-- To the lucky winners: We’ll see you in Mountain View in 77 days. Until then, share your (ecstatic? speechless? keeping it cool?) reaction to the news with us via #io17winner.
-- To those who unfortunately didn’t get a ticket this year: We wish we could have assigned you a ticket as well. We really do! But not all is lost. You can still join in on the fun remotely via I/O Extended (goo.gl/Wajckn) and our livestream.
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The +Android team is bringing the Google Assistant to hundreds of millions of users. What will you ask first? → https://goo.gl/AlgvFX #MWC2017

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This is something I would like to see come to fruition. 

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I am looking forward to tech companies shaking up the traditional telco industries. 
How Google, Facebook and Amazon may be replacing traditional telecommunications companies

Amazon, Facebook, Google, and a handful of others are displacing media companies and telcos. They already host much of the content you consume, and produce more and more of it. They own much of the infrastructure carrying that data, and they’re starting to sell Internet access.

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Many people find this appealing. Its hard to find an industry loathed more than telcos, which have a reputation for lousy service, opaque billing, and rising rates. Tech companies, on the other hand, generally are seen as innovators. And they’re making things better. [...]

Google-Fi, Amazon’s rumored Internet service and Facebook’s open source hardware could spur greater innovation from entrenched telcos. The risk, of course, is that those tech companies simply replace telcos as the new oligopoly.

Read on at +WIRED
https://www.wired.com/2016/12/the-end-of-telcos/


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"These three stories are themselves just proof of concept. All of this is only the beginning."

Read about three overlapping stories that converge in Google Translate’s successful metamorphosis to A.I. → https://goo.gl/TnQACy via +The New York Times

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