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25/02/2010 - ,

The “Corporate Innovation” column by Jean-Pierre Legrand – Internet of Things

The Internet of Things could well be more about people than about things and technology. This was one of the lessons of the Lift+Fing conference (Marseilles, June 2009) and of the New Industrial World Forum (Paris, November 2009). February 2010…

15/10/2009 - ,

L’Atelier reviews: Does Internet Abandonment Cause Anxiety?

A new report by Virgin Media explores the changing perceptions of technology and the Internet in relation to stress and anxiety. Instead of turning off that cell phone or laptop to relax, people are now staying close to their coveted…

11/08/2009 - ,

L’Atelier reviews: Solar Plastic Panels Built Onto Cell Phones by 2010

Listening to music, playing games, and surfing the internet can quickly drain the life out of a cell phone battery. Solarmer, a start-up in El Monte, California, plans to extend the life of those depleted phone batteries through organic thin-film…

11/06/2009 - ,

L’Atelier reviews: Gatsby Hollywood generates its own electricity for the community

Los Angeles has developed an eco-friendly community where electricity is generated via photovoltaic cells and shared through a community distribution network. Gatsby Hollywood is the first certified green, all-solar community in Los Angeles. The new development has just received commendations…

24/02/2009 - ,

L’Atelier reviews: Green Sites Fuse Fun and Function

L’Atelier has just published a new review of websites.The sites were selected based on content, more specifically, the focus was on how socially responsible their philosophy is. The topics vary and so does their social impact. If you would like…

13/02/2009 -

L’Atelier-BNP Paribas in Asia and the United States reflect on what happen in 2008 and envision projects for the future

L’Atelier, a subsidiary of BNP Paribas, operates as BNP Paribas’ tracking and analysis centre for high technology, started the year by celebrating its 30th anniversary. Although first created in France, since a few years ago L’Atelier expanded to San Francisco…

15/01/2009 - ,

L’Atelier reviews: The Future of the Internet, Like Now But Better

Technology stakeholders and critics were asked in an online survey to assess scenarios about the future social, political, and economic impact of the Internet. They expect major tech advances as the phone becomes a primary device for online access, voice-recognition…

24/09/2008 - ,

L’Atelier reviews : 1 in 5 hiring managers screen applicants’ myspace and facebook pages

That employers (and sentencers) use social networks like MySpace or Facebook to screen potential employees is nothing new. What is interesting is the amount of them that do, according to a CareerBuilder survey released last week. In the survey of…

29/08/2008 - ,

L’Atelier Reviews: Wallet Phone Coming to U.S.?

It seems the only thing the smartphone has yet to replace is cash. That might soon change if a newly launched Japanese initiative, headed by government and industry representatives and aimed at expanding Japan’s international cell phone market presence, is…

23/08/2007 - ,

“This is the largest Search Engine Strategies ever”

Incisive Interactive Marketing organizes the Search Engine Strategies (SES) conference series. Mid-way through SES San Jose, VP of marketing Matt McGowan gives us an overview. “With 7,000 attendees, this is the largest SES ever. Online advertising and marketing is approaching…

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PrintPrint
25/02/2010 - ,

The “Corporate Innovation” column by Jean-Pierre Legrand – Internet of Things

The Internet of Things could well be more about people than about things and technology. This was one of the lessons of the Lift+Fing conference (Marseilles, June 2009) and of the New Industrial World Forum (Paris, November 2009). February 2010…

15/10/2009 - ,

L’Atelier reviews: Does Internet Abandonment Cause Anxiety?

A new report by Virgin Media explores the changing perceptions of technology and the Internet in relation to stress and anxiety. Instead of turning off that cell phone or laptop to relax, people are now staying close to their coveted…

11/08/2009 - ,

L’Atelier reviews: Solar Plastic Panels Built Onto Cell Phones by 2010

Listening to music, playing games, and surfing the internet can quickly drain the life out of a cell phone battery. Solarmer, a start-up in El Monte, California, plans to extend the life of those depleted phone batteries through organic thin-film…

11/06/2009 - ,

L’Atelier reviews: Gatsby Hollywood generates its own electricity for the community

Los Angeles has developed an eco-friendly community where electricity is generated via photovoltaic cells and shared through a community distribution network. Gatsby Hollywood is the first certified green, all-solar community in Los Angeles. The new development has just received commendations…

24/02/2009 - ,

L’Atelier reviews: Green Sites Fuse Fun and Function

L’Atelier has just published a new review of websites.The sites were selected based on content, more specifically, the focus was on how socially responsible their philosophy is. The topics vary and so does their social impact. If you would like…

13/02/2009 -

L’Atelier-BNP Paribas in Asia and the United States reflect on what happen in 2008 and envision projects for the future

L’Atelier, a subsidiary of BNP Paribas, operates as BNP Paribas’ tracking and analysis centre for high technology, started the year by celebrating its 30th anniversary. Although first created in France, since a few years ago L’Atelier expanded to San Francisco…

15/01/2009 - ,

L’Atelier reviews: The Future of the Internet, Like Now But Better

Technology stakeholders and critics were asked in an online survey to assess scenarios about the future social, political, and economic impact of the Internet. They expect major tech advances as the phone becomes a primary device for online access, voice-recognition…

24/09/2008 - ,

L’Atelier reviews : 1 in 5 hiring managers screen applicants’ myspace and facebook pages

That employers (and sentencers) use social networks like MySpace or Facebook to screen potential employees is nothing new. What is interesting is the amount of them that do, according to a CareerBuilder survey released last week. In the survey of…

29/08/2008 - ,

L’Atelier Reviews: Wallet Phone Coming to U.S.?

It seems the only thing the smartphone has yet to replace is cash. That might soon change if a newly launched Japanese initiative, headed by government and industry representatives and aimed at expanding Japan’s international cell phone market presence, is…

23/08/2007 - ,

“This is the largest Search Engine Strategies ever”

Incisive Interactive Marketing organizes the Search Engine Strategies (SES) conference series. Mid-way through SES San Jose, VP of marketing Matt McGowan gives us an overview. “With 7,000 attendees, this is the largest SES ever. Online advertising and marketing is approaching…

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