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Old 10-18-2013, 07:32 PM   #1
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LXer: Google And Android: Powering The Next Generation Of Internet Connected Things

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When thinking about the future of technology, itís hard to imagine a future where most things arenít connected to the Internet. Not because itís fashionable, or because many of the largest technology companies are spending big money promoting the concept. Call it a fundamental law of things; if it can be connected to the Internet, it will be connected to the Internet. From golf balls to light bulbs to pacemakers, anything that can collect or display information, will.



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