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Windows 7: Internet of Things starts to gain a developer following

26 Jul 2014   #1

64-bit Windows 10 Pro
Internet of Things starts to gain a developer following

The so-called Internet of Things gains traction, with two out of five developers looking at the possibilities.

The Frankensteinian creature many refer to as the Internet of Things is starting to gain a foothold in the developer community, suggesting that we'll be seeing more applications headed our way.

That's the conclusion of a new survey from Evans Data Corporation, which finds that 17 percent of 1,400 developers participating in its latest survey said they were "working on applications for connected devices for the Internet of Things." Another 23 percent expect to begin work on applications for connected devices in the next six months.
Read more at: Thing 1, Thing 2... Internet of Things starts to gain a developer following | ZDNet

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30 Jul 2014   #2

Win-7-Pro64bit 7-H-Prem-64bit

This seems like just another homing privacy invasion :/
Albeit in a good cause in the quote but could be much different in other circumstances,
We're going to be hearing a lot in the months and years to come about consumer and device data being swapped back and forth across the IoT. A lot of it will be hype. But beyond the cutesy stuff, there are some fascinating enterprise-scale applications that are emerging -- such as GE's concept of the "Industrial Internet," in which major components such as aircraft engines and generator turbines are outfitted with sensors that can radio performance data back to their makers. This is where the IoT will have a real impact, and it will be interesting to see where developers take these kinds of capabilities.
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