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SlideshowGoogle Launches Global IoT Connectivity

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Ariella 2/22/2018 | 10:18:27 PM
Google Well if Google gets to add IoT connectivity to all its other data uploads, it really will have a most comprehensive picture of just about everything users are doing. 
Susan Fourtané 2/23/2018 | 2:43:10 AM
IoT spending With spending on IoT reaching $1 trillion by 2020 we can also expect even more growth in the cloud space when the 2020 explosion of technologies occur in just less than two years’ time.
mhhfive 2/23/2018 | 3:12:31 PM
Re: Google Heh. Except Google is still missing "social" data... until one of its messenging apps gets more popular? Perhaps someday when Fi wireless plans are better -- more users will switch to Android messaging apps? 
mhhfive 2/23/2018 | 3:14:00 PM
Re: IoT spending Is IoT spending really that close to $1 trillion now? That must include some pretty basic IoT devices like connected doorbells and WiFi power outlets..? 
Ariella 2/23/2018 | 4:01:47 PM
Re: IoT spending @mhhf1ve I'd imagine so. But we're not at a trillion yet and only expected to cross that line in a couple of years, according to IDC. See https://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=prUS43295217

Worldwide spending on the Internet of Things (IoT) is forecast to reach $772.5 billion in 2018, an increase of 14.6% over the $674 billion that will be spent in 2017. A new update to the International Data Corporation (IDCWorldwide Semiannual Internet of Things Spending Guide forecasts worldwide IoT spending to sustain a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 14.4% through the 2017-2021 forecast period surpassing the $1 trillion mark in 2020 and reaching $1.1 trillion in 2021.
Ariella 2/23/2018 | 4:04:27 PM
Re: IoT spending @Mitch Is that your own picture illustrating the article? It looks like a bottle of 4711 cologne is in the background. It's not altogether that common, so I do wonder at the placement. 
Susan Fourtané 2/23/2018 | 8:12:46 PM
Re: IoT spending Not now but in 2020, according to several reseach papers. Do you need me to get a link here to backup my words or can you trust what I say?
Michelle 2/25/2018 | 4:35:27 PM
Re: Google Haha, they are missing that. Building a social platform that people want to use is apparently harder than it looks. They keep changing the messenger options with Google+ or it may have been an option. They still lag behind Facebook messenger adoption.
kq4ym 2/26/2018 | 12:38:11 PM
Re: Google Yes, I'd be interested to know just what keeps Google from growing in the messaging area, especially with all the Android devices outnumbering everything else. They certainly have their work cut out or them in the cloud as well competing against Amazon and the others.
Michelle 2/27/2018 | 10:01:50 PM
Re: Google I think they just do a bad job of translating what works in-house with what the public actually wants. Google+ was widely liked in office, but the public cared a lot less than Googlers. I think the same thing happened with messenging. 
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