Ericcson Celebrates Technology and Innovation with Short Documentary

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Ericsson's short documentary "Capturing the Networked Society" depicts 61 innovators who are changing the world with their work and ideas. When viewed on Ericsson's own site, the three-minute video allows users to pause at any moment and get detailed information about the innovation they are currently seeing.

As the company explains, "The project serves as both a study and a celebration: a study on how technology is reshaping the way in which we communicate, collaborate, and innovate, as well as a celebration of the pioneers who have used the new and existing tools available to them to show us just how much is possible in the Networked Society."

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