Mini Fanless Computer Integrates i.MX6 Quad-Core Processing – Electronic Design

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Electronic Design Mini Fanless Computer Integrates i.MX6 Quad-Core Processing Electronic Design The computer, which employs 1080p graphics, has two versions: Utilite Pro with a 1.2-GHz quad-core CPU and SATA 32-Gbyte solid-state drive (SSD), and…

Richard Platt‘s insight:

(from the Curator of IoT & Wearables): Fanless Quad core processors now that is going to be interesting as it will now drive all of the Semiconductor companies to emulate this, this is a trend that I noted had to happen back in 1999, this is the 1st one that does it correctly. 

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The-Internet-of-everything-and-payment-by-things

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At the present moment, mobile payments are thought of as mostly a payment system through the use of mobile phones.

Richard Platt‘s insight:

(from the Curator of IoT & Wearables): Payment-by-Things, now this is interesting to think in these terms but makes perfect sense 

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Cool History Lesson Zeichick’s Take: Programming and wearing the IoT – SDTimes.com

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Zeichick’s Take: Programming and wearing the Internet of Things
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Factoring in the Coke machine, the newfangled term “Internet of Things” should be dated back more than 30 years.

Richard Platt‘s insight:

(from the Curator of IoT & Wearables): Cool history lesson all the way back to 1982 and the 1st internet connected device, a Coke machine in the MIT lab

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Glassbeam Analytics Platform for IoT Exposes RESTful APIs – ProgrammableWeb (blog)

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Glassbeam Analytics Platform for IoT Exposes RESTful APIs
ProgrammableWeb (blog)
Being able to connect a lot of things to the Internet is one thing; being able to build applications that actually do something useful with them is quite another.

Richard Platt‘s insight:

(from the Curator of Iot & Wearables):  Awesome development tool for Iot and Wearble developers, definitely read this and check it out. 

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Family Online Safety Institute tackles ID theft and dangers of ‘Internet of things”

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Richard Platt‘s insight:

(from the Curator of Iot & Wearables): And yet another one fostering fear based thinking, we definitely need to be on the look out for family privacy concerns about IoT and Wearables.  –  Safe innovating now folks, & mind how you go as my old (and now dead) Uncle Len used to say

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Under Armour Opens Up Wearables With MapMyFitness Buy – ReadWrite

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Under Armour Opens Up Wearables With MapMyFitness Buy
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Instead, expect to see Under Armour become a data hub for a host of other fitness apps and gadgets—one that reaches far beyond Under Armour’s core audience.

Richard Platt‘s insight:

(from the Curator of Iot & Wearables):  Does my studliness factor go up if I have a wearable on?

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