Researchers create IoT devices that don't need batteries or require charging

Lee Bell
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Scientists hack together battery-free IoT devices by hacking RFID tags

Researchers at the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada have moved a step closer to creating Internet of Things (IoT) devices that don't need batteries or require charging. The idea is, if ...

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