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David Hroncheck
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sports technologist and mHealth advocate
sports technologist and mHealth advocate

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Pretty fantastic details surrounding this upcoming Bluetooth 4.0 connected lock.

More than wireless lock functionality, you tailor access rights with a smartphone app. Those digital keys can each be unique with usage assignments, including who/day/time. More to that, if the key's usage parameters permit entry only for yourself at a given time, the lock's wireless becomes disabled for anyone else once you're inside.

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Resharing. This proves the talent of +Henrik Johansson is more than the sum of his equipment. Exceptional photographer.
I really like the color scheme of the subway in Munich, Germany. This is a photo of the Marienplatz station that I made an hour ago with my iPhone.

(I'm restating this photo since I messed up the original post. Sorry for deleting your kind comment +Milena Ilieva)
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Today its the day.

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USB Stick Contains Dual-Core Computer, Turns Any Screen Into an Android Station

Laptop - "Is that a USB key in your pocket or a dual-core computer? Today, Norwegian company FXI technologies showed off a USB stick-sized portable computer prototype, complete with a dual-core 1.2-GHz Samsung Exynos ARM CPU (same as in the Galaxy S II), 802.11n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, HDMI-out and a microSD card slot for memory. Codenamed Cotton Candy because its 21 gram weight is the same as a bag of the confection, the tiny PC enables what its inventor calls “Any Screen Computing,” the ability to turn any TV, laptop, phone, tablet, or set-top box into a dumb terminal for its Android operating system. ..."

more: http://blog.laptopmag.com/usb-stick-contains-dual-core-computer-turns-any-screen-into-an-android-station
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An excellent presentation on new technologies that improve patient care.

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I wrote a little piece on a quietly-included, but important new feature of the latest iPhone. Bluetooth v4.0
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