Category Archives: Guest posts

Looking at India and its innovation ecosystem.

Did you ever think in deep about India? As a market? As a challenger? By getting to know Indian people, by understanding the passion they put into their jobs, you can understand what India’s ecosystem will be in few years. I asked a little help from my friend Raghav to tell you the story of an emerging country, made of greatly skilled, friendly and smart people.

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Looking at India and its innovation ecosystem.

Did you ever think in deep about India? As a market? As a challenger? By getting to know Indian people, by understanding the passion they put into their jobs, you can understand what India’s ecosystem will be in few years. I asked a little help from my friend Raghav to tell you the story of an emerging country, made of greatly skilled, friendly and smart people.

Paraimpu: a social tool for the Web of Things

What is the “web of things”? What’s the future of human interaction with objects, web-enabled artifacts, sites, networks?
By mean of Paraimpu project, folks at CRS4 are trying to imagine it and make it real!

Meedabyte hosts today Antonio Pintus, CRS4 senior researcher and team leader, to explain the Paraimpu backing concepts and encourage you to giva a try to the alpha version!

Paraimpu: a social tool for the Web of Things

What is the “web of things”? What’s the future of human interaction with objects, web-enabled artifacts, sites, networks?
By mean of Paraimpu project, folks at CRS4 are trying to imagine it and make it real!

Meedabyte hosts today Antonio Pintus, CRS4 senior researcher and team leader, to explain the Paraimpu backing concepts and encourage you to giva a try to the alpha version!

Celebrate blogging

(clicca qui per la traduzione in italiano) [This post was originally published May 2011,  I’m reviewing it now, end of March 2012 since is really useful and motivating and I’ll take the chance to link up the content I created during

Celebrate blogging

(clicca qui per la traduzione in italiano) [This post was originally published May 2011,  I’m reviewing it now, end of March 2012 since is really useful and motivating and I’ll take the chance to link up the content I created during

Mobile Security threats: a trip

Are you excited of the capabilities of your new smartphone? Crackers are too. Cristofaro Mune help us to recap on the major mobile security threats identified so far, at the smarphone level, by going throuhg a series of examples.

Sei eccitato le capacità del tuo nuovo smartphone? Anche i Crackers lo sono!. Cristofaro Mune ci aiuta a ricapitolare sulle principali minacce di sicurezza finora individuati, per ciò che riguarda gli smartphones, passando attraverso una serie di esempi.

Mobile Security threats: a trip

Are you excited of the capabilities of your new smartphone? Crackers are too. Cristofaro Mune help us to recap on the major mobile security threats identified so far, at the smarphone level, by going throuhg a series of examples.

Sei eccitato le capacità del tuo nuovo smartphone? Anche i Crackers lo sono!. Cristofaro Mune ci aiuta a ricapitolare sulle principali minacce di sicurezza finora individuati, per ciò che riguarda gli smartphones, passando attraverso una serie di esempi.

A retrogamer view on Rich Internet Applications and browser based gaming – Il punto di vista di un retrogamer sulle RIA e il browser based gaming

What’s the most important thing to online gaming innovation at today? is technology? openness? Freedom?
Flash vs html5 will be a neverending story. To spend a word on that, Meedabyte invited KesieV Norimaki, firstly as the creator of Akihabara, an opensourced javascript framework for cross-browser cross-device flash-less videogames, secondly, as a greatly creative person with something original to say.

A retrogamer view on Rich Internet Applications and browser based gaming – Il punto di vista di un retrogamer sulle RIA e il browser based gaming

What’s the most important thing to online gaming innovation at today? is technology? openness? Freedom?
Flash vs html5 will be a neverending story. To spend a word on that, Meedabyte invited KesieV Norimaki, firstly as the creator of Akihabara, an opensourced javascript framework for cross-browser cross-device flash-less videogames, secondly, as a greatly creative person with something original to say.