If you’re just tuning in, the tech world is thumbs up on Internet of Things—and thumbs down on PCs—right now. Now, this week Intel is looking like it’s out to become the poster child for the shift.
Security expert Matthew Garrett found himself in a hotel recently with Android tablet based light-switches and a few hours later he could have had control of the electronics in every hotel room.
Last year we saw the next generation of aircraft powered by the capabilities of Internet of Things (IoT) and Big Data hit scales that have never seen before. What does the future hold?
Amazon is generating interest and social buzz with its front-end Internet of things and smart home products like Echo and Dash. What happens if Amazon connects the dots with AWS on the back-end?
Just like many of the other Internet of Things appliances that have been slowly trickling into our homes over the past several years, smart washers are a new class of device that can hook up to your smartphone or tablet via an app, and transmit vital data about their daily operation to you in realtime.
In 2014, frog predicted that drones, augmented reality, and self-driving cars would be big in 2015 — so you know the firm is on to something.
Here’s a look at what’s coming next.
Between TVs, refrigerators, ovens, light bulbs, cars, fitness trackers and jewelry, it seems like everything these days is connected to the Internet. It’s probably safe to say that you’re already using a few connected devices in your daily life. You’re not alone; Business Insider Intelligence estimates there will be nine billion IoT (Internet of Things) devices worldwide by 2018.
The Internet of Things will trigger a deluge of data
Retailers will still sell, but as web-connected products generate a wealth of information about consumers, online merchants will want to rethink their role beyond the transaction, IRCE featured speaker James McQuivey says.
The Internet of Making Things
Smart, Internet-connected “things” are showing up everywhere, changing our interactions with friends, family, colleagues, and nearly every aspect of the physical world. Internet of Things (IoT) discussions often center on the home, where your refrigerator communicates with your phone reminding you to buy milk when the carton is nearly – but not completely – empty; […]
Amazon Is Going To Let Your Gadgets Order Groceries Automatically
Today Amazon announces the Dash Button, a one-touch device for re-ordering common goods in your home. It’s tied to a program that’s designed to keep you from ever running out of things again.