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Homes of the future will be connected to smart devices in almost every way using the Internet of Things. How do you plan to use technology to run your home? Tell us what you think for a chance to win a $500 gift card: http://bit.ly/mwcIEEE.
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The Internet of Things is slowly helping establish connected homes in every possible way. How will you use the technology to operate all of the different areas of your home? Share your thoughts with us for a chance to win a $500 gift card: http://bit.ly/mwcIEEE.
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Remote/Internet control is nice as long as it's in the right hands.
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In the future, will you be using the Internet of Things to open your front door with a retina scanner? Or how about starting kitchen appliances using a tablet in a different room? Tell us how you think the Internet of Things will change how your home operates for a chance to win a $500 gift card: http://bit.ly/mwcIEEE.
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Watch this to learn about the trends our team saw on the floor during day 1 of Mobile World Congress. Then, come visit our booth during the congress in Hall 7 Booth 7K 71 to drag race mind-controlled cars.

Stay tuned for more daily updates from Mobile World Congress!
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A new Arduino-derived chip lets developers add apps to ordinary devices. http://bit.ly/1EUu1UF
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Author Walter Lippmann believed in the importance of the people behind the computers that help make them work.
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Film Director Godfrey Reggio believes that technology is a regular part of life.
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The products of engineering are all around us - Wi-Fi, television cables, cameras and more - and there's a whole language of symbols that identify them to experts. Check out this interesting look at "An Internet Infrastructure Field Guide." #engineering   #NetworksofNewYork   #internet  
Ingrid Burrington introduces us to this physical face of modern telecommunications in <em>Networks of New York: An Internet Infrastructure Field Guide</em>.
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Watch this to get IEEE Senior Member Kevin Curran's take on wearable innovations that improve daily life from Mobile World Congress.

You can also come see us at the show in Hall 7 Booth 7K 71to play our mind-controlled car drag racing game. Keep checking in for more daily updates from the show floor!
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Happy Engineers Week! As Engineer Week wraps up, we'd like to recognize all technologists and the great work you do every day. Thank you for the innovations that advance technology and help benefit humanity.
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but no work for unemployment of engineers ?
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The new Spark Electron board allows people to add cellular data capabilities to any DIY project. It will be able to send messages from your device to a central server, for example, almost anywhere in the world without Wi-Fi. http://tcrn.ch/182aIxG
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GSM modules have been available for some time. You still need access through a carrier and they still get paid for that access, so I've got to assume they are loving it.
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A modern version of 1976’s Cosmac Elf computer can be used to create microcontrollers as a replacement for an Arduino board. http://bit.ly/1DUhQsm
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