How do you send the workforce back to work safely after months of working remotely? Lenovo Think IoT has created Back to Work Solutions to solve this.
More than 100,000 HiChip wireless cameras in the U.K. have been identified as being prone to hacking. Is yours one of them?
This tutorial will help you set up your new Ecobee SmartThermostat with Voice Control with Alexa, Apple HomeKit, and Google Assistant.
Helping with children’s boredom being forced to say at home this summer, the Google drone service, Wing, is delivering library books to them.
Smart home products are designed to make your life easier. Designed to handle the chore of scooping out the cat litter box it he Pluto Circle Zero.
The wearables market, despite the economy, is still showing growth. However, the first quarter this year showed less than one-third the growth than was expected.
Apple has been taking its time rolling out their version of AR glasses,but now that details of Apple Glass have leaked, they’re closer to being released.
Other voice assistants seem to have moved past Siri, but Apple may be poised to make a large Siri upgrade after acquiring a machine-learning startup.
Eleven manufacturers have been flagged for having a privacy flaw in their security and doorbell cameras after a university student discovered the issue.
A robot dog is the perfect way to implement IoT into being useful. pot Robot dog can be counted on to do a variety of working tasks, including sheepherding.
A group of researchers has created a stylus that will allow you to draw on the back of your hand with the stylus and have it reflected on your smartwatch.
There will always be nefarious individuals looking to do harm. This is the backbone of a lawsuit against two companies looking to scam Amazon Alexa users.
The Samsung Galaxy A Quantum smartphone is available for preorders and is the world’s first 5G phone with a quantum random number generator (QRNG)>
A recent patent shows Apple is looking to add to their wearable line. The company has filed its third patent for what could be the “Apple Glove.”
If you are one of the millions of people who have polarizing panic attacks, your Apple Watch may soon warn you of panic attacks before they happen.
There have already been a few IoT products to help the coronavirus pandemic. The Rokid T1 smart glasses provide assistance by detecting temperatures.
Sure, 5G is super fast and utilizes low latency, but there are other things to consider beyond that, such as the increased chance of security attacks to IoT.
The lockdowns and quarantines with the coronavirus pandemic have left people in need of meals and groceries, making it a great time for autonomous delivery robots