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An investigation into the technology and the possiblities of the Internet of Things, and how this development will affect our lives, our business and our world.
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Heated, Connected Insoles? Whatever Next… | TechCrunch

Heated, Connected Insoles? Whatever Next… | TechCrunch | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
Are there any limits to the everyday objects that will get connectivity and become controllable via an app? Sanity and smartphone battery life might suggest..
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Beacons in retail - attracting attention

Beacons in retail - attracting attention | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
In case you don’t know what a beacon is, is’ts a device that silently communicates with your smartphone. Which maybe sounds a bit sinister, right? But let me tell you how beacons are changing the w...
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Platform Economics Will Rule the Internet of Things | MIT Technology Review

Platform Economics Will Rule the Internet of Things | MIT Technology Review | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
As everyday objects get connected, brace yourself for network effects, says one economist.
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Japan Airlines to Track Gate Agents With Smart Watches and iBeacons

Japan Airlines to Track Gate Agents With Smart Watches and iBeacons | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
Japan Airlines Co, Ltd. (JAL) has announced that it will collaborate with Nomura Research Institute, Ltd (NRI) on a trials of iBeacon and smartwatch techno
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#IoTH: The Internet of Things and Humans - O'Reilly Radar

#IoTH: The Internet of Things and Humans - O'Reilly Radar | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
Rod Smith of IBM and I had a call the other day to prepare for our onstage conversation at O'Reilly's upcoming Solid Conference, and I was surprised to find how much...
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Internet of Things

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Many experts say the rise of embedded and wearable computing will bring the next revolution in digital technology. They say the upsides are enhanced health, convenience, productivity, safety, and vastly more useful information for people and organizations. The downsides: challenges to personal privacy, over-hyped expectations, and tech complexity that boggles us.
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The Well Guide to Activity Trackers

The Well Guide to Activity Trackers | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
How much do you move, sleep or do nothing at all? A crop of new activity trackers promises to collect data on your every move and offer new insights about your health.
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A 3D Printed Cast That Can Heal Your Bones 40-80% Faster | TechCrunch

A 3D Printed Cast That Can Heal Your Bones 40-80% Faster | TechCrunch | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
It looks like something from the Borg (read, cool), but it's actually a cast for healing bones. The Osteoid, created by Turkish student Deniz Karasahin,..
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The philosophy of IoT: Will it help or hurt?

The philosophy of IoT: Will it help or hurt? | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
As the Internet of Things evolves, will it free up human potential? WIll everyone benefit -- or just a few? And how will it change the way people use technology. A conference in July hopes to find some answers.
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Apple reportedly working on smart home features for iPhone

Apple reportedly working on smart home features for iPhone | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
Your iPhone could soon become the key to your smart home. Apple is apparently preparing to step into home automation in a big way, unveiling software that will allow an iPhone to control home...
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Home

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The only kid-friendly WIFI toy messenger. Use our free app to message
Mailmen toys from your phone & your child can reply right back!
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Will Apple’s iBeacon Whet German Diners’ App-etite?

Will Apple’s iBeacon Whet German Diners’ App-etite? | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
An upscale German restaurant group is testing Apple's iBeacon technology. The app clocks the time guests spend in the restaurant and uses a ranking system to reward them for their 'loyalty.' But will privacy-wary Germans bite?
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Edible technology

Edible technology | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
No, it doesn’t taste very good. I’m not going to talk today about the technology of what we eat. I do want to show you a couple of examples of technology that we ingest, swallow, carry around insid...
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Estas zapatillas inteligentes marcarán la ruta de tus carreras con vibraciones - Engadget en español

Estas zapatillas inteligentes marcarán la ruta de tus carreras con vibraciones - Engadget en español | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
Los wearables siguen creciendo a pasos agigantados sin embargo, la mayoría requiere que sigamos mirando una pantalla secundaria para acceder a la
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Evolving Beyond Coupons and Mobile Apps: Retail Technologies in the Sensor Economy | MIT Technology Review

Evolving Beyond Coupons and Mobile Apps: Retail Technologies in the Sensor Economy | MIT Technology Review | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
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EasyJet adding iBeacons to select airports to augment app | Electronista

EasyJet adding iBeacons to select airports to augment app | Electronista | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
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Why You Stopped Using Your Fitness Tracker

Wearable technology is often as unwieldy as its name--but some new research finds some bright spots and opportunities
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The future of self-driven traffic

The future of self-driven traffic | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
What a strange coincidence that the news about Google self-driving car popped on my mobile a few days after I was in a conversation about the future of driving.We have less and less time despite the
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The internet of things and the future of health care — Gigaom Research

The internet of things and the future of health care — Gigaom Research | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
New types of sensor technology, rapidly growing analytics enabled by big data, and the new business models that IoT may catalyze will have a major impact on health care in the future.
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New Motorola Vitamin Pills Could Be Edible Stomach-Acid-Powered Passwords

New Motorola Vitamin Pills Could Be Edible Stomach-Acid-Powered Passwords | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
I hope they make them in the shape of The Flintstones!
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Tecnología 'vestible': la española Nuubo atrae al gran capital

Tecnología 'vestible': la española Nuubo atrae al gran capital | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
La compañía española Nuubo acaba de cerrar una importante ronda de inversión con la participación de fondos de La Caixa, CRB Inverbio...
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The connected home is going mainstream faster than anybody realizes

The connected home is going mainstream faster than anybody realizes | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
In the US, at least, the "internet of things" is not the future any more, but the present. One in five adult American internet users already has a device at home that connects the physical environment to the internet, according to a Forrester Research report (paywall) out last week. As many as two-thirds would install such a device if it helps...
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