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Security lapse exposed a Chinese smart city surveillance system – TechCrunch

Smart cities are designed to make life easier for their residents: better traffic management by clearing routes, making sure the…

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The “splinternet” is already here – TechCrunch

Keith Wright is a Villanova School of Business instructor of Accounting and Information Systems, founder of Simplicity On-Demand LLC and…

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Japan’s “Society 5.0” initiative is a roadmap for today’s entrepreneurs – TechCrunch

Mark Minevich Contributor Japan, still suffering the consequences of its ‘Lost Decade’ of economic stagnation, is eyeing a transformation more…