Netatmo will use Broadcom technology in smartphone-controlled thermostat; New accelerometer chip could add motion sensing to clothing

Wireless tech news from around the Web.

> Netatmo selected Broadcom's Wireless Internet Connectivity for Embedded Devices (WICED) Wi-Fi technology for its smartphone-controlled thermostat. Article

> Startup OnBeep promises push-to-talk wearable device by year-end. Article

> The worldwide RAN market grew at a double-digit rate in the second quarter, Dell'Oro said. Release

> Crown Castle deployed a JMA Wireless distributed antenna system (DAS) at Rutgers University. Release

> A new accelerometer chip could add motion sensing to clothing. Article

And finally… A Thai woman has posted more than 12,000 selfies on Instagram. Article

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