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A call for plans to hide satellite navigation technology inside coffee machines, so the machines could be tracked if...

A call for plans to hide satellite navigation technology inside coffee machines, so the machines could be tracked if they were stolen.

Read more: http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/coffee-machine-satnav-considered-after-theft-20130422-2i9zp.html#ixzz2RAu7GloK
http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/coffee-machine-satnav-considered-after-theft-20130422-2i9zp.html#ixzz2RAu7GloK

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  1. Jacinta: reminds me of this!! http://www.londoncyclist.co.uk/if-your-bike-gets-stolen-dont-expect-the-police-to-help/ Some of our speakers at ISTAS13 will be noting it won't be long before we are communicating not just with cars and bicycles but also coffee machines, washing machines, and anything with the ability to say "1" or "0" ('on' or 'off').

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  2. Internet-of-things extended. Katina, Jacinta is a dear friend of mine in Melbourne with an intimate knowledge regarding cyber-bullying, digital literacy and the role of networked comms. in the music industry - here's hoping a Toronto trip isnt out of the question :)

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