Adam Lesser is lead IoT Analyst for Gigaom Research. Earlier he was lead researcher at Blueshift Research, a Wall Street market research firm where he focused on a range of technologies, including semiconductors, software, telco, and media. His career began as an assignment editor for NBC News in New York where he worked on both the foreign and domestic desks. In his time at NBC, he covered numerous stories, including the Columbia shuttle disaster, the DC sniper, and the 2004 Democratic Convention. He won the GE Recognition Award for his work the night of Saddam Hussein’s capture. Between his time at NBC News and Blueshift, Adam spent two years studying biochemistry and working for the Weiss Lab at UCLA, which studies protein folding, which has implications for diseases like Alzheimer’s and Cystic Fibrosis.
Heading into CES I’ve been thinking about all of the connected consumer devices flooding the market, some of them from established manufacturers…Read More
I’ve written previously about how declining sensor costs are a key facet of IoT. Along with cheaper compute costs, better (and also…Read More
I’ve begun to hear a meme infecting the philosophy of product development and IoT. Suppose you have a question about how to…Read More
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