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  • Healthcare IoT in action

    Nov 7, 2014

    Everyone in technology is talking about the Internet of Things and the amazing changes it’s going to bring about.  Just imagine, soon we will live in a world with IP addressable lights, coffee pots, refrigerators, water meters, parking meters, and the list goes on.  It’s these applications that most people think of when they hear […]

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  • What is the dumbest thing you could make smart?

    Nov 6, 2014

    At the Designers of Things, we asked conference go-ers this and other outlandish questions for the chance to win a development board based on Freescale technology. Here’s a sampling of the 45 responses, including the winners (picked at random) that we received in our Pin to Win contest. What is the dumbest thing you could make […]

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  • Can the IoT really make my beer taste better?

    Nov 4, 2014

    From happy hour with coworkers to a night out on the town, people love to drink beer. What people don’t love, is seeing their favorite brew gone flat or dry, that’s where KegData comes in. KegData is the most advanced keg monitoring system available today, and a Freescale customer! How it works: KegData allows users to […]

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  • Connected Cars May Mean Disconnected Users

    Oct 28, 2014

    This post was originally published on IoTworld.com While the timeline is arguable, autonomous vehicles with self-directed vehicle to vehicle (V2V) communications are on the way whether the world likes it or not. The capability is already being integrated piece by piece. Highway lane holding, adaptive cruise control, self-parking; those and other bits of autonomy are […]

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  • Cut the cords! Wireless charging is here!

    Oct 28, 2014

    It seems that my phone always runs out of power at the most inconvenient times (as if there’s ever a convenient time). Like the time my phone ran out of power as I was trying to board a plane with my electronic boarding pass. Or that time when my motorcycle had mechanical failures and left […]

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  • Energy-Harvesting Sensors Expand IoT Possibilities

    Oct 27, 2014

    This post was originally published on IoTworld.com With the projected growth of the Internet of things targeting billions of connected devices in a relatively short period of time, a very valid question to ask is where is all of that energy going to come from. Clearly not every device can be directly connected to a […]

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  • Tackling the big numbers in IoT

    Oct 24, 2014

    Steve Nelson, director of IoT at Freescale, recently visited the IoT World Forum to discuss the big numbers of the Internet of Things and how they’re revolutionizing industries new and old. “What’s really interesting is that in many cases, it’s not about creating a new industry per se. It’s about adding efficiency, connectivity, and intelligence to an […]

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