361 Degrees Podcast - "Connected Living"

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In the ninth episode of season three of the 361 Degrees podcast, following Rafe's visit to Ericsson's research lab in Stockholm, we talk about some of the topics that fall under the umbrella of the GSMA's Connected Living programme (how connected devices, appliances and objects will change the way we live our lives).

Episode description:

This week we talk about 'Connected Living' following Rafe's recent meet-up with the GSMA. We cover 3G trash cans, connected fridges, traffic monitoring cars and the potential for 'm-Health' in treating long-term conditions such as diabetes.

Ben's dubious about milk-ordering fridges and Ewan's impatient for his life to be more connected. Rafe notes it's an appealing new source of income for mobile operators.

For more information on the GSMA's programme see: http://www.gsma.com/connectedliving/

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About 361 Degrees

361 Degrees is a podcast all about mobile technology. From consumer to enterprise and from fun to industry analysis, we investigate and discuss mobile technology and the mobile industry.

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