The Internet of You

November/December 2015

IEEE Internet Computing magazine cover

Humans are at a great divide. Where our ancestors left behind few records, we're creating and preserving increasingly complete digital traces and models of almost every aspect of our lives. This special issue of IEEE Internet Computing explores technologies and challenges, from small user-centric models of individuals to real-time analytics on large aggregations of user data. Read full article »

About IEEE Internet Computing

IEEE Internet Computing covers all aspects of Internet computing, from programming and standards to security and networking. Published bimonthly, the magazine offers peer-reviewed feature, department, and column articles for both industry and academic readers.

Articles from IEEE Internet Computing

Energy-Harvesting Wearables for Activity-Aware Services

Energy-Harvesting Wearables for Activity-Aware Services

Human activity recognition (HAR) wearables that come without batteries are now possible because the new architecture doesn’t require an accelerometer. Read full article »

Toward Mobile-Friendly Web Browsing

Toward Mobile-Friendly Web Browsing

With the proliferation of smartphones and tablets, more effort is needed to make web browsing easier on small screens. Read full article »


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