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    Default Freescale Intros Tiny ARM-Based MCU for Internet of Things

    Freescale Semiconductor on Tuesday introduced its smallest-ever ARM-based microcontroller unit (MCU) for embedded devices in the Internet of Things (IoT) market, the Kinetsis KL03.




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    Default Re: Freescale Intros Tiny ARM-Based MCU for Internet of Things

    Thanks for sharing. That thing is wicked small. Too bad IoT scares me. It is like being barcoded and tracked 24/7. With a small chip like this it will be possible from birth by implanting under the skin.

    It can also be used for good things. Like a flexible newspaper that downloads news instantly.
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