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UMass Med Center to Use Beacons to Track Naloxone

The hospital will attach Visybl's Bluetooth beacons to packages of the opioid-blocking drug to determine whether patients discard the medication before leaving the premises, and to gauge their willingness to have the medicine tracked.

Devices Editor's Notes

Does One Fewer IoT Standards Equal One Step Closer to Interoperability?

On Monday, two groups that have spent the past few years developing competing open-source communication standards for Internet of Things devices announced that they will merge. But there is still plenty of reconciliation to do before consumers can enjoy interoperable IoT devices—if they ever do.

Devices Expert Views

How Fitness Trackers Can Prevent Heart Attacks

In the near future, fitness trackers could double as heart-health trackers.

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