ARM buys Finnish 'internet of things' start-up Sensinode

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Embedded is the future - ARM buys start-up Sensinode to drive into the 'internet of things'

Fast-growing semiconductor designer ARM has snapped up Sensinode, a Finnish start-up specialising in software technology behind the "internet of things". Like ARM, Sensinode makes money by licen...

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