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Towards Internet of Things. Computing: Wearables, Sensors, Lifestyles

Join us over a light breakfast as we take a look inside the next iteration of computing and contextual information and its impacts on our behavior and environment, and lifestyles.

N. Rao Machiraju – Co-Founder & CEO reQall, Inc, former Principle Scientist at Apple, and holder of 10 patents in computing will lead a discussion through:

• Who/What are the current players and devices in the area

• The technology lead-up making this space possible

• Areas of application and impacts for users/companies

• Development trends, open spaces, and opportunities

Please RSVP at for this free event brought to you by TechCXO and Ventura Ventures Technology Center.

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  • Paul M.

    Use "V2TC14Q1" for the promo code for the CSUCI SoCal Digital Symposium.

    February 7, 2014

  • Vance H.

    Where do we get our discount to the UCCI event on Feb 26?

    February 6, 2014

  • Jason Womack, MEd, M.

    Look up in the sky, and you’ll see a bit of the hundreds of millions of millions of stars. Search online, find a picture of the human brain, and you’ll see the thousands upon thousands of neuronal connections. Walk from 1 room of your house to the other and actually notice every thing you can touch and see.

    What happens when things are connected? When everything gives us information at the same time? You see, it’s not about information overload, if that were the case you’d turn on Sirius Radio in your car and explode. No, you turn on the radio and tune in to one station at a time.

    The thing is, though, that you want to listen to what you want to listen to. More than that, you want to pre-program the stations to ONLY be the ones you like. Welcome to the future. Where we wear the technology that gives – and gets – the information we use to make our lives more personal…

    Questioning how connection helps us see the world better? Check this:

    January 31, 2014

  • Vance H.

    As always, another great Networking event to showcase the local tech scene. We need allot more like this!

    1 · January 31, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Out of town. Sorry I'll miss this meetup :(

    1 · January 28, 2014

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