You know what they say about predictions, and especially those about the future. But ARM, a British multinational company that designs the chips that make our cellphones run and access the Internet, sounds like the kind of company destined to either become a brand-name or the next brand we all use without knowing it:

ARM, which designs the low-power chips that go into just about every cellphone sold today, commands a prime position when it comes to one of the next major technological revolutions. This is the so-called Internet of Things, when all sorts of everyday objects will have tiny chips placed inside them and gain the ability to process information and talk to the Web.

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