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Car makers offer smartphones access to dashboard, but not control

Car makers offer smartphones access to dashboard, but not control | Internet of Things News | Scoop.it
Apple and Google are stepping on the gas to integrate their smartphones with car communications systems, but car makers are insisting the dashboard screen belongs to them.
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Data is what's valuable  here....

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The Internet of (Dumb) Things | VentureFizz

The Internet of (Dumb) Things | VentureFizz | Internet of Things News | Scoop.it
The Internet of (Dumb) Things - blog post by Ben Einstein, Managing Director & Co-Founder of Bolt
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Volvo, Ferrari, And Mercedes First To Add iOS In The Car Next Week | TechCrunch

Volvo, Ferrari, And Mercedes First To Add iOS In The Car Next Week  | TechCrunch | Internet of Things News | Scoop.it
iOS in the Car, announced by Eddy Cue last year at the iOS 7 launch, was supposed to appear in 2014 and, according to the Financial Times, it's finally coming..
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Apple iOS hits the road...Siri,take me home please....

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U.S. Navy buys into smart glasses trend in deal with Vuzix

U.S. Navy buys into smart glasses trend in deal with Vuzix | Internet of Things News | Scoop.it
It will be interesting to see what the Navy uses smart glasses for. But better training is a no-brainer.
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Augmented reality goes to work

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Bill Miller's curator insight, February 27, 2014 10:16 AM

...this may be a major trend...very intriguing!

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Companies Try Augmented Reality as Potential Worker Tools | MIT Technology Review

Companies Try Augmented Reality as Potential Worker Tools | MIT Technology Review | Internet of Things News | Scoop.it
Augmented reality hasn’t yet lived up to its promise, but it could catch on in situations where it makes employees more efficient.
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Could you benefit from augmented reality in your  work?

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Google is building a phone that can see its surroundings

Google is building a phone that can see its surroundings | Internet of Things News | Scoop.it
Think of it like Kinect for your phone.
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Takes sensory. Acuity to a whole new level

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The world we see in the movie Her isn't far off

The world we see in the movie Her isn't far off | Internet of Things News | Scoop.it
The computer that we carry in our heads has over 100 trillion connections and can operate for hours powered by a hamburger. Compare that to the $1 million monthly electric bill of one of today's mo...
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Smart agent technology that really works is not far...

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Intel’s voice recognition will blow Siri out of the water—because it doesn’t use the cloud

Intel’s voice recognition will blow Siri out of the water—because it doesn’t use the cloud | Internet of Things News | Scoop.it
There's a problem with today's voice recognition systems: They're just too slow. Anyone who has waited in frustration while Siri or Google's Voice Search "thinks" about even the simplest commands knows what I'm talking about.
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One of the challenges that remains is that most of the information you ask your virtual assistant to gather is located on line, so the benefit to purely offline use is limited to phone control.

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Christian Verstraete's curator insight, January 29, 2014 2:22 AM

Either slow or inaccurate. Can this change things?

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When machines take over: Our hyperconnected world

When machines take over: Our hyperconnected world | Internet of Things News | Scoop.it
The new Davos buzzword? Hyperconnectivity. Our lives are becoming even more intertwined with devices.
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Davos takes on IoT and M2M

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Bill Miller's curator insight, January 27, 2014 12:42 PM

Trending........"ou=r lives are becoming even more intertwined with devices."

Marcus Taylor's curator insight, January 27, 2014 9:20 PM

task and information overload have been with us for a while so I suppose the is the inevitable consequence.

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Broadcom Internet of Things Platform Powers Haier's New Smart Appliances

Broadcom Internet of Things Platform Powers Haier's New Smart Appliances | Internet of Things News | Scoop.it

World’s Leading Appliance Manufacturer Leverages WICED Platform for Anytime, Anywhere Control of Home Appliances. 


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Richard Platt's curator insight, January 24, 2014 11:25 PM

Another IoT Platform Innovation move, by two who are stronger together than attempting to go it alone / separately - Broadcom and Haier - interesting

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When The Internet of Things Attacks! Parsing The IoT Botnet Story | The Security Ledger

When The Internet of Things Attacks! Parsing The IoT Botnet Story | The Security Ledger | Internet of Things News | Scoop.it
The security firm Proofpoint says it has evidence that an Internet of Things botnet is sending out spam. Is it future shock or FUD?
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Securing the network decrease risk immensely. 

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NextG-Com Announces First LTE Protocol Stack to Target M2M and Special Applications

NextG-Com Announces First LTE Protocol Stack to Target M2M and Special Applications | Internet of Things News | Scoop.it
ALPS 520 is customizable LTE modem stack compliant to 3GPP Release 11.
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Remember: Everything with a sensor is core to Google's business

Remember: Everything with a sensor is core to Google's business | Internet of Things News | Scoop.it

Follow @calebgarling Analysts often note that Google wanders from its core business with acquisitions like connected-thermostat maker Nest and robotics heavyweights like Boston Dynamics, or even on...


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MDDI Medical Device and Diagnostic Industry News Products and Suppliers

MDDI Medical Device and Diagnostic Industry News Products and Suppliers | Internet of Things News | Scoop.it
The experts on equipment manufacturers of medical devices and in vitro diagnostic products. MD+DI  helps industry professionals develop, design, and manufacture medical products that comply with complex and demanding regulations and market requirements.
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Are You Prepared For Big Changes In The Way We Will Learn, Work And Innovate?

Are You Prepared For Big Changes In The Way We Will Learn, Work And Innovate? | Internet of Things News | Scoop.it
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Great new info graphic from Harbor Research showing the IoT ecosystems and explaining how it all comes together.

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Marshall McClelland's curator insight, March 29, 2014 11:13 PM

Technology in the near future will revolutionize the way in which we go about our daily lives.  With the use of technologoy already being applied to our school through interactive white boards the future will only evolve and introduce new ways of learning.

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CamioCam Brings Ambitious Search Smarts to Video

CamioCam Brings Ambitious Search Smarts to Video | Internet of Things News | Scoop.it
"In the grandiose vision, we think this could be a Google for a real world."
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Smart video camera 

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Freescale makes the world's smallest ARM controller chip even tinier

Freescale makes the world's smallest ARM controller chip even tinier | Internet of Things News | Scoop.it
Apparently, Freescale didn't think the diminutive Kinetis KL02 was tiny enough -- it just unveiled the KL03, the new world's smallest ARM
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Pinhead sized ARM processor could enable many intelligent things

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How Software Will Kill—or Save—Medical Devices | Qmed

How Software Will Kill—or Save—Medical Devices | Qmed | Internet of Things News | Scoop.it
Qmed (formerly Medical Device Link) is the world's first completely prequalified supplier directory and news source for medical device OEMs. Find medical device suppliers and IVD suppliers who are FDA-registered, ISO 13485- and ISO 9001-certified. Qmed is also the home of Medical Product Manufacturing News and the most relevant breaking news for the medical device industry.
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As sensors become commodities, software will be the key differentiator in products including being able to predict illnesses and conditions.

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Major League Baseball Completes iBeacon Installation at First Two Ballparks

Major League Baseball Completes iBeacon Installation at First Two Ballparks | Internet of Things News | Scoop.it
Get proximity-based messages while at the game.
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iBeacon goes mainstream.  Prepare for iBeacon SPAM....

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You May Feed Personal Data To Over 100 Apps Every Day By 2017 ...

You May Feed Personal Data To Over 100 Apps Every Day By 2017 ... | Internet of Things News | Scoop.it

Thanks to wearable computing and smart home devices, you will unwittingly send personal data to more than 100 apps and services by 2017.


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Not to mention all the other smart device tracking your actions that are not on your body

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Bill Miller's curator insight, January 27, 2014 12:43 PM

Does this cause your security "warning bells" to go off?

Christian Verstraete's curator insight, January 29, 2014 2:24 AM

And you think privacy? Will we end-up with two types of people, the connected and the others?

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M2M/IoT Application Platforms will disrupt traditional M2M platform markets and speed market growth

M2M/IoT Application Platforms will disrupt traditional M2M platform markets and speed market growth | Internet of Things News | Scoop.it

2014 will see the various players in the M2M and IoT platforms space begin to play more to their strengths. As a result, a more defined market structure will emerge and 2014 will be a year of productisation (and commoditisation) in the M2M and IoT platform space. But the result will be accelerated growth.


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The maturing of the market will drive specialization and be a challenge for the horontal platforms

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Apple: ‘Ve vant to test your blood’ | SiliconBeat

Apple: ‘Ve vant to test your blood’ | SiliconBeat | Internet of Things News | Scoop.it
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Apple likely to release wearable products for fitness and health monitoring as they aggressively hire experts in those fields

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Lars Stalling's curator insight, January 24, 2014 9:59 AM

In order to move into IoT, companies need to bring in new capabilities. 

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Amazon in talks with media companies for new online TV service

Amazon in talks with media companies for new online TV service | Internet of Things News | Scoop.it
“illustration by Tom CheredarOnline retail giant Amazon might be creating its own online TV service that could challenge cable and satellite television providers.”
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Yet another challenge to cable
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Wi-Fi Enabled Refrigerator Started Sending Spam Emails

Wi-Fi Enabled Refrigerator Started Sending Spam Emails | Internet of Things News | Scoop.it
It has been claimed that far from keeping tins of spam cool, a Wi-Fi connected smart-fridge had been taken over by hackers who used it to send spam emails instead.
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Security must be a key part of next generation IoT devices and systems.  This becomes even more critical in systems that control our lives, businesses and infrastructure

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