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USPS looks to rush in delivering with smart city technology

The United States Postal Service would like to aid in the expansion of smart city technology, according to a recent report from the Office of Inspector General.  Proposed are five programs that would focus on how the USPS can help improve smart city technology. The concept of an “Internet of Postal Things” was first described... Read more » The post USPS looks to rush in delivering with smart city technology appeared first on ReadWrite.
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