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Feb 4, 2013

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The Internet of things -- what is it and how will it work? John Chambers, CEO of Cisco, gives some answers and says we're closer to classic science fiction novels than we may think. There's a new app on the market that focuses on the need for an instant truth-o-meter for when politicians open their mouths. Meet TruthTeller, from the Washington Post. 

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Cisco CEO: Get ready for 'the Internet of everything'

Feb 4, 2013
Are we moving away from an Internet of webpages and toward an Internet of things, or an Internet of interconnected objects?

Washington Post Truth Teller app aims to fact check politicians in real-time

Feb 4, 2013
A new app from the Washington Post aims to automatically check political speeches for lies, darn lies, and other misrepresentations.

The Internet of things — what is it and how will it work? John Chambers, CEO of Cisco, gives some answers and says we’re closer to classic science fiction novels than we may think. There’s a new app on the market that focuses on the need for an instant truth-o-meter for when politicians open their mouths. Meet TruthTeller, from the Washington Post. 

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