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The Internet of Things – The Next Frontier for Developers – XDA Developer TV
There is an idea out there called the Internet of Things. The Internet of Things is the idea of having everything, such as cans of soda, vases, and other physical items able to connect to a network. This would allow stores to maintain inventory. It would allows people to adjust the blinds at home. These are only some of the possibilities with IoT.
In today’s video, Jayce talks about how the Internet of Things is the next market for developers. He talks about how developers can make a mark on the Internet of Things. He talks about a couple articles that are linked below. Check out this video to see what he has to say.
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