Fifteen groups apply for one Low Power FM frequency in Los Angeles – Radio Survivor

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Fifteen groups apply for one Low Power FM frequency in Los Angeles
Radio Survivor
#lpfm No less than fifteen different organizations have applied for a single Low Power FM signal in Los Angeles, California: 101.5 FM.

Richard Platt‘s insight:

(from the Curator of IoT & wearables): 15 groups apply for 1 low power FM frequency, now that is a war 

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Microsoft Envisions One Windows OS To Rule Them All – Tom’s Hardware Guide

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Microsoft Envisions One Windows OS To Rule Them All
Tom’s Hardware Guide
By Kevin Parrish November 26, 2013 4:16 PM – Source: Geeky Gadgets | B 3 comments. Print …

Richard Platt‘s insight:

(from the Curator of IoT & wearables):  OK I’m taking bets, that MSFT is NOT going to have one Windows OS to rule them all, as that would only take what 10 years to build and by then Apple and Google will have taken over the world by then

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Goodbye Dumb Clothes, Hello High Tech Wearables – CMSWire

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Goodbye Dumb Clothes, Hello High Tech Wearables
CMSWire
Wakefield Research surveyed 1,000 American adults and found an impressive 91 percent were “excited” about wearable tech.

Richard Platt‘s insight:

(from the Curator of IoT& Wearables) This may spell a re-birth in American textile manufacturing, is it possible with the surge in wearable technology?

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ZTE eyes wearable tech market – ZDNet

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BGR India ZTE eyes wearable tech market ZDNet Summary: Chinese networking equipment vendor believes wearable technology will pave the way in future and plans to focus its products development in this sector, with its first “affordable” smartwatch…

Richard Platt‘s insight:

(from the Curator of IoT & Wearables):  And now the Chinese are entering into the wearables market, interesting can they compete with a manufacturing base? 

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Broadcom boosts smart cars, wearable tech : Embraces DevOps – SiliconANGLE (blog)

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Broadcom boosts smart cars, wearable tech : Embraces DevOps
SiliconANGLE (blog)
Last August, Broadcom introduced WICED Direct, a framework for integrating Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, NFC and location technology into wearable devices.

Richard Platt‘s insight:

(from the Curator of IoT & Wearables): Now this is interesting, quite the platform from Broadcom, others will be sure to enter into this integrated solution, the silicon stack is impressive.  

 

Who do you think will be able to bring next integrted platform that can execute a solid solution that consumers want and need?

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Sony files patent for ‘SmartWig’

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Sony files a patent application for “SmartWig”, which it says can help navigate roads and collect information such as blood pressure. (The competition for wearable technology begins, whether it makes sense or not.

Richard Platt‘s insight:

Just in time for x-mas, a smart wig, just what I was looking for, but will it make me smarter?  

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