2013-02-28 07:21:00.310279-08 by Dan Lyke 0 comments
Speaking of the "Internet of Things", a few from a tab dump:
GigaOm: Qualcomms decidedly different plan to connect your devices to the internet of things is the press release for AllJoyn: Proximity Based Peer-To-Peer Mobile Application Development Framework. Right now looks more like a system for phone-to-phone communication, but there are a whole lot of places where a better short-range system than Bluetooth would be awesome.
MQTT - Message Queuing Telemetry Transport is a publish-and-subscribe protocol for lightweight low-bandwidth data. Mihini is a Lua-based framework and runtime that I believe uses it. Need to explore more.
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