There is a growing trend in technology of a few super-power companies controllijng it all. LG announced it will license webOS to other brands of smart TVs.
Looking to do more with your Raspberry Pi? There are now even more possibilities. The Ready! Model 100, an SBC enclosure, is making an appearance on Kickstarter.
Construction robotics will be used at the managerial level – not skilled labor – to flag problems and track progress with the goal of being more efficient.
Amazon is going with a Kickstarter-like process for three new devices to find out whether these devices have public interest before manufacturing.
While we currently used fingerprint and facial recognition, new artificial intelligence may extend to another body part. Vein ID is being researched.
Drones still have hurdles to face, with one of them being facial recognition. The technology is there – it’s just a matter of implementing it.
With wearables one of the top trends in technology, it’s no surprise that Facebook may want to launch a smartwatch with health features.
There’s a rumor that Amazon may be creating a new Echo Show that will operate as a command center for your smart home.
With summer on its way soon, you may want to start preparing with a new grill. Perhaps you want to consider Weber’s new lineup of connected smart grills.
Contact lenses serve other purposes than vision. A smart contact lens has been developed that will monitor for diabetes and strokes.
Drones have been working in the medical field for some time. They’re continuing that effort and will be delivering COVID vaccines globally.
It’s believed that edge computing is going to grow 19.9% in the next four years because of the growth of the IoT market as well as the surging 5G.
More than 2,000 police departments are using Amazon’s doorbell user data to help them catch crooks, yet the doorbells remains popular.
3D-printed homes have existed for a few years, but for the first time, a 3D-printed home has shown up for sale in a real estate listing online.
Some developers are trying to create a companion robot dog. They have come close with the Kda Robot Dog that can sense human emotions.
Amazon’s voice assistant just became smarter. Alexa will now act on its own “Hunches,” predicting what it thinks you may want it to do.
Waymo’s John Krafcik wants potential buyers to know that Tesla is “no competitor at all” when it comes to autonomous vehicles.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has announced the Raspberry Pi Pico microcontroller that costs just $4. It also uses the company’s own chip.