Freescale develops MCU that could be digested by people

05/29/2013 | MIT Technology Review online

Freescale Semiconductor has introduced the KL02 wireless microcontroller, a device with onboard random-access memory that could be swallowed by people to monitor their health. "The Internet of things is ultimately about services, like your thermostat connecting to the Internet and knowing when you're coming home, but the technology those [services] are based on is embedded processing and sensors," Freescale's Kaivan Karimi said.

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