This week at CES, Ingenu announced that the City of Las Vegas is leveraging its dedicated IoT network for the Las Vegas Innovation District to collect data from various smart city applications, like parking, air quality, and pedestrian traffic. The district spans the area adjacent to the Las Vegas Strip and will serve as a test bed […]
Ecobyte created a pollution monitoring system that took home the $5,000 cash grand prize and a set of Amazon Echos at the Industrial IoT Hackathon, held at this week’s SEMICON West in San Francisco. Their solution, a pollution awareness platform for tomorrow’s smart cities, leverages Intel’s Edison board connected to the Intel Grove Air Quality Sensor […]
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Disrupting maternal health.
Four MIT students face fraud charges for a hackathon project, and critics say the university isn’t doing enough to support them.
With more than 235,000 developers in its ranks and upwards of 88,000 active applications in development or in production, you bet this is big money.
You only win twice.
Losers won’t get anything, but the winners can get rich.
Hackathons aren’t serious. But maybe we should start taking them seriously.