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Product Profile: Ringly

As smart objects continue to become a bigger part of our lives many have raised questions about certain implications; Fashion.  Coming on the heels of Fitbit’s recent partnership with Tory Burch, a new product called… 98 more words

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Atmel teams with ARM on IoT Development Platform

Atmel is joining forces with ARM on the mbed device platform for the ever-growing Internet of Things (IoT).

This partnership broadens the ecosystem support for developers using Atmel’s portfolio of secure, low-power and cost-effective… 316 more words


To combat fragmentation, ARM built a new type of OS for the internet of things

ARM may be a chip design firm, but like its rival Intel, it also spends a lot of time and money on building software. And to help cement its growing prominence in the world of battery-powered connected devices, ARM has designed a new operating system by adding more capabilities to its mBed software development platform. 425 more words

MQTT: M2M messaging for low-powered IoT devices

Message Queuing Telemetry Transport (MQTT) is a publish/subscribe messaging protocol for constrained, low-powered embedded Internet of Things devices. Think of it as the M2M (machine-to-machine) messaging protocol for low-bandwidth, high-latency, and unreliable network environments. 892 more words


Internet of Things and Shellshock

The Internet of Things (IoT) is coming your way, in kitchen appliances that tell you that the eggs are going off or add items to the shopping list as you use take stuff out of the fridge; from light bulbs that can change colour controlled by your phone to baths that can be run and temperature set by your tablet as your trains arrives at the station. 622 more words


Wednesday Round-Up

Welcome to Wednesday (and October)! Here, your food news for the week:

The Environmental Working Group is known for its easy to use shopping guides. They’ve recently come out with… 233 more words


Lost and found tracker Tile gains $13M and plans Android support

Tile, one of many companies offering bluetooth tracking tags to stick on your stuff, is disclosing how much funding it has raised as it plans to expand both to the Android platform and to international markets. 345 more words