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Jeremy Coward, Senior Editor, IoT World News, 1/10/2017
For years now, Internet of Things capability has been a prominent theme at CES -- arguably the world's most significant technology tradeshow.
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Jeremy Coward, Senior Editor, IoT World News, 1/5/2017
Liat Ben-Zur, SVP and digital technology leader at Philips, describes the plethora of ways IoT will be used to transform healthcare via hospitals, surgeries and remote care.
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Nate Vickery, Guest Contributor, IoT World News, , 1/4/2017
Have you entered the world of Internet of Things? If you perhaps have a Fitbit, or any other activity tracker that connects to your phone -- yes, you have. Even if you don't have anything like it, you probably will within the next three to five years. The IoT revolution has already started, and as BI Intelligence predicts, we will have more than 24 ...
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IoT World News, , 12/29/2016
Mounir Zok - Director of Technology & Innovation for the United States Olympic Committee - explains how the U.S. Olympic team is using wearable technology in preparation for Tokyo in 2020.
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Chris Nordlinger, The Nordlinger Collective, , 12/14/2016
Liat Ben-Zur believes that any future success of the Internet of Things will revolve around the consumer being the actual hero and not the technology.
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Lynn Haber, Senior Editor, Channel Partners, 12/9/2016
When it comes to connected devices, the wearables market has been sputtering lately. Just this week, Fitbit announced that it acquired assets of Pebble Technology that include key personnel and intellectual property related to software and firmware development -- and excludes Pebble's hardware products.
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Edward Gately, Contributing Editor, Channel Partners Online, 12/5/2016
Researchers in South Korea and the US have developed biosignal-measuring electrodes that can be mounted on Internet of Things devices.
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Dr Clyde Hutchinson, eHealth Connect Manager, eHealth Ireland, , 11/11/2016
The biggest revolution in 21st century healthcare has been digital transformation assisted by smart, connected devices. These devices use data collected via sensors on medical devices or even on a patient's phone. This data can be used to assess the patient, improve medical communication between patient and clinician, or between healthcare professionals.
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Lynn Haber, Senior Editor, Channel Partners, , 11/4/2016
When most of us think about the Internet of Things, it's about smart devices, automobiles, smart cities, wearable devices and the use of smart sensors in industries such as retail, healthcare, oil and gas and transportation. But what about where the connected world meets insurance?
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Posted by Michelle G |  In reply to: How Can IoT Actually Help Consumers? 3 Highly Valuable Smart Home Applications
@Joe We're in for quite a show in the future... We can finally live like the folks in Demolition Man or Wall E!

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