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Submission + - The Internet of Things goes Open Source 1

An anonymous reader writes: When Cisco says that the Internet of things will be worth a whooping 14.4 trillion dollars, it isn't a surprise that people listen. Meanwhile, Europe’s biggest chip maker, STMicroelectronics, and the world’s third-largest chip maker, Texas Instruments, recently announced that they are going open source, using the open source Thingsquare Mist operating system for their Internet of things chips. Open source is certainly gaining a strong momentum in this early market. More details here.
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The Internet of Things goes Open Source

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  • Too bad it won't come in time to prevent the adverse effects of global climate change on human food and water supplies in large part induced by more and more people using more and more technology.

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