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The invasion Internet Summit in Raleigh was tops in the trending category today in the Triangle. Former New York Times technology columnist David Pogue, now with Yahoo, doesn’t think much of Google Glass and hates the phrase, “the Internet of Things,” he told a ballroom packed with attendees at #ISUM14. We can’t wait to see all your posts when “Woz” takes to the stage this week! In other trends, an event discussing the impact of gigabit Internet access on the Triangle sponsored by AT&T is still a “go” for Thursday, but whether the communications giant will proceed with the North Carolina Next Generation Network and other fiber projects in the Triangle is not clear after AT&T’s CEO announced a “pause” in deployments earlier today. No one involved will comment specifically. Will AT&T’s delay impact Google Fiber’s decision making? Let’s just say the Twittersphere hasn’t been too kind since the story broke.

Let’s see what else the Triangle tech community was talking about today…