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General Electric and Canonical Working on a New Open-Source IoT Standard

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IoT is the acronym for the Internet for Things, a new category of devices that are smart and can connect to the Internet, but they are far removed from anything that's been done until now. We all knew that a time would come when we would have all kinds of cool stuff connected to the Internet, like a fridge or oven, but now that we're here, we find that things have become terribly complicated.

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