There have been some new developments with fabric technology that may allow us to finally have wearable smart garment technology.
Apple is looking into possibly getting multi-user support for the HomePod by adding iPhones int he mix, according to a new patent application.
Not only do Amazon Alexa employees listen to your Alexa dialog, they can also easily find out your address and your phone number.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk is making the bold statement that next year his company will have one million robo-taxis on the road.
Apple is not only still interested in Project Titan, their self-driving car program, they’re exploring a “revolutionary”lidar sensor design.
One space we may not have imagined IoT is in personal Watercraft. Electric trucking company Nikola Motors has developed the all-electric Nikola Wav.
General Motors announced that “Super Cruise,” their hands-free system similar to Tesla’s Autopilot, will be added to the 2020 Cadillac CT5 sedan.
Brick-and-mortar stores are employing IoT to make things easier on their customers, such as interactive mirrors and racial recognition.
Walmart is expanding its use of robots and machines to help with labor costs while also paying workers more and offering grocery delivery service.
There are world events happening all around the world on IoT Day, April 9, that will celebrate the importance that IoT now has on our lives. How will you spend IoT Day?
Apple is working on what could be their next new thing: augmented reality glasses. Apple’s AR glasses are being designed to interact with holograms.
A class action lawsuit has been filed against Apple because the batteries swell and fall off the Apple Watch. They claim they are not offered free repairs.
A cybersecurity research firm showed exactly why these self-driving cars can’t be trusted yet, as they were fooled into entering oncoming traffic
A Rockwell Automation flaw has been identified and is thought to make it possible for an industrial drive’s physical process to be exploited or stopped.
Huawei Eyewear smartglasses are just as smart-looking as they are functional, fusing fashion and tech, in a partnership with Gentle Monster.
Three companies are developing the use of wearable technology for industrial and businesses with the belief that enterprise and healthcare are driving the wearables market.
Tombot is trying to help provide companions to seniors by developing a robo-dog that looks extremely lifelike yet doesn’t need to be walked or fed.
A new study shows 84 percent of Apple Watch users who received irregular pulse notifications were later determined to have A-Fib.