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Laboratory on a piece of paper... Sci-fi worthy stuff...
MIT Technology Review: Synthetic Biologists Create Paper-Based Diagnostic for Ebola. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIwtovj4R8

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Freaky but Wow!

I bet they got inspired from Spiderman-3...

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WORLD'S FIRST COMMERCIAL QUANTUM COMPUTER(*) IS HERE !!!

*(Some experts say there is still no definitive proof that they exploit quantum principles and can beat conventional machines)

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With spread of Internet of Things, there will be billions of devices collaborating, sharing and generating data. Bug Labs, a New York City company have come up with a Google drive-twitter hybrid for your devices.
All your "things" connected to internet of things can save their data at a common location and you can see updates from all your devices (or "dweets" as they call them).
Also, since this is all machine readable, the dweets can also be accessed by another "thing" (without any human intervention) which can "follow" your "thing" same as you follow someone on twitter and receive all their updates.

If this looks interesting, go to http://dweet.io/  and hit "try it now" and you'll see all kinds of information about your device from which you are accessing this site from (if it's a computer location, mouse pointer coordinates etc).

Also, you can share your thing's data here so that Machine-learning programs can analyze usage from various devices and generate insights about you. It's similar to your mobile phone, TV, refrigerator, car, computer, music player sharing what they know about you at a common platform and improve their "learning" about you so for instance, your refrigerator and tv know that you like chilled bear when you watch a movie, so as soon as you order a movie on Netflix, your refrigerator can make sure it has enough beer and start power-cooling it (if not, your mobile phone can remind you to get some when you're near the shop), your computer/mobile can find out from you sent emails/texts if any of your friends are coming over and ask their devices about any similar information.

The beauty of this is that there is no human accessing all this and programming behavior for various "things". It's all machine learning by machines. Whenever you add/replace a "thing" to your network, all the other things already there will bring the new "thing" up to speed without you noticing it. Add a intelligent voice-interactive engine (such as iPhone's Siri) to this mix and you'll be talking to all your things.

-Inspired from the article A Dropbox for the Internet of Things at
http://www.technologyreview.com/news/526006/a-dropbox-for-the-internet-of-things/

  #internetofthings  

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