Solid state batteries address all the disadvantages of Lithium-ion batteries. By 2030 they’ll be revolutionizing IoT and become the new standard.
Blockchain-based streaming platforms and rights management tools are starting to pop up everywhere. Here’s how blockchain is transforming the music industry.
How big is IoT? Arguably, 90% of the Internet is IoT. We probably have around 2.5 connected devices per human now, and that number will only go up.
Most urban residents feel positive towards micromobility, but cities have had safety and parking issues, so is micromobility here to stay? Let’s find out.
Smart pills with embedded sensors and transmitters are already being used in humans and animals to keep an eye on your stomach. Welcome to the future!
LIDAR is a form of radar that uses high-frequency invisible laser pulses to determine objects and distance. Find out what Lidar is and how it works.
The proliferation of IoT devices has now planted cameras in every part of the house and city. Can anyone just hack and watch you on the camera? Let’s find out.
Sidewalk Labs has some interesting ideas about how to start designing the cities of the future, and their first real-world experiment is in Toronto, Canada.
Smart cities exist for the people that live in them, and figuring out what those people want and need is a big step toward building better places.
While IoT may add to the electronic waste, it can also optimize resource usage and improve our environment. Here’s how IoT is helping the environment.
As IoT gets more advanced and becomes part of our lives, many are concerned that IoT will take away jobs. Is IoT creating or destorying jobs? Let’s find out.
Name a drink and there’s probably a machine that will let you customize it on an app and have it ready when you arrive home.
We can’t prevent natural disasters from happening, but with the Internet of things, we can help mitigate the devastation and save many lives.
The proliferation of IoT devices, networks, and AI is going to make individual ad targeting a lot easier, and it’s already popping up in places you might not expect.
90% of the world’s population is exposed to unsafe levels of airborne pollutants. That’s why cities worldwide have started using IoT to combat air pollution.
Some smart cities see blockchains as a potential avenue toward empowering and connecting citizens and communities in some surprising ways.
If the current rate of progress on drone delivery services continues, a lot of things could soon be buzzing around over our heads in cities and rural areas.
If you think the street trash cans can’t be further improved, you just haven’t been introduced to the surprisingly large world of the Internet of Trash.