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Anne Field

Anne Field

Anne Field is an award-winning journalist who specializes in covering entrepreneurship and small business. A freelancer for many years, she has contributed to Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Business  Insider, Crain's New York Business, Inc., and the New York Times, in addition to many other publications. She lives in Pelham, NY, with her husband, two children, and dog.


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Move Over Wearables, Make Way for Invisibles
03/30/2015 The state of the art in wearable technology isn't worn on the wrist. It's attached to the skin—or perhaps even embedded inside the body—while delivering data ranging from the wearer's heart rate to the frequency of tremors.
Forests Get Smarter With Sensor Technology
03/25/2015 A network of U.S. forests, linked through IoE technology, will allow researchers to study the state of ecosystems in real time.
Improving Quality of Life with the Internet of Everything
03/23/2015 For many local governments in the U.S., the IoE is key to boosting their residents' well-being.
The Market for Children's Wearables Heats Up
02/16/2015 More startups are targeting the market for children's wearable technology.
The Internet of Everything Goes to School
01/28/2015 Responding to student and faculty interest, more schools are introducing or boosting STEM programs that involve Internet of Everything skills and research.
Wearable Tech Startups Target the Enterprise
12/02/2014 Startups are targeting businesses with a new wave of smart wearable devices.
Sensors Change Lives in Developing Countries
11/25/2014 IoE technology is being used to improve everything from farming to water quality in developing nations.
Sensing Earthquakes and Forest Fires
09/22/2014 Internet of Everything Technology is being used to detect and monitor natural disasters.
The Internet of Everything Meets Water
07/09/2014 See how IoE technology is making waterways safer.
Venture Capital Flocks to the ‘Quantified Self'
06/03/2014 More VC firms invest in startups selling devices for tracking health and wellness.
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