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MarkC73
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9/26/2014 | 4:13:25 AM
Re: Lip balm?
Or maybe it keeps a history of who you've been kissing, err... talking to. ;)
Susan Fourtané
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9/25/2014 | 4:49:29 AM
Re: Lip balm?
Liz, 

This that may seem silly at first thought might actually be something completely possible and likely to happen in the future of the IoT. 

If I remember correctly, there was an app that reminded you when to apply sunscreen to keep the skin protected when the effects faded away.

In this case there was no nanocomponent, or microsensor involved; but, it's not impossible that this could happen in the IoT's near future as for what I have seen lately in the nanotechnology space. 

-Susan
MordyK
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9/23/2014 | 12:54:50 AM
LTE Direct
LTE is a very interesting technology, but this is the first time I've seen it being explored by a real world client. Can you share more details on what the brewmaster and his team are doing with it?
Liz Greenberg
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9/22/2014 | 8:29:37 PM
Re: Lip balm?

Actually maybe it talks to your phone so that it can remind you to re-apply based on either hydration or calendar events.  Additionally, it will tell you when to replace or add new flavors or colors to suit your mood. After all, even the IoT needs a soothing balm now and again.
Susan Fourtané
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9/22/2014 | 3:07:04 PM
Re: Lip balm?
Mitch, 

Me neither. People would be complaining about privacy when all the information is coming out of their mouth. But, don't you think a smart lip balm is a cool idea? :)

-Susan 
Mitch Wagner
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9/22/2014 | 2:57:26 PM
Re: Lip balm?
I don't think the world is ready for smart lip balm. 
Ariella
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9/21/2014 | 10:49:30 AM
Re: A vegan solitary apple scone
@Susan

It's pretty easy to make vegan scones. You just have to find a substitute for egg if that's in the recipe. If milk is called for, you can use soy, almond, rice, coconut, etc. in place of dairy. 
Ariella
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Ariella,
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9/21/2014 | 10:47:57 AM
Re: Lip balm?
@Susan lip balm is a fairly standard thing. At our local park's concerts, one of the sponsors, a bank, gives out various things with its logo on it, including a lip balm. This year we o got a foldable freesbie. 
Susan Fourtané
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9/20/2014 | 4:33:48 PM
Re: Lip balm?
The gifts for the press look nice. I want to know more about that "and more" part. :) 

The lip balm is always useful, Mitch. Maybe it's a special one, with some kind of connectivity, an invisible sensor that sends information to your watch through a special Qualcomm balm app telling about your level of hydratation. That's why you also get the water bottle. 

-Susan 
Susan Fourtané
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9/20/2014 | 4:06:59 PM
A vegan solitary apple scone
Sarah,

Maybe that vegan solitary apple scone is a sign that more people are choosing healthier options when available. :) They all look delicious, though. Was there a selection of teas, too? 

Do you know what the little robot does? Not Rover the robot that picks up the kids' toys, but the little guy.

-Susan 
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