Microsoft was named the top IoT platform available now, beating Amazon and Huawei. This is a huge boon to Microsoft’s recent excursions into IoT.
Are you one to hide your emotions? That may be a thing of the past as researchers have devised a way to measure moods using a smart device.
TalentCloud helps Chinese farmers manage technology better by combining AI with IoT to give them an idea of what to do and when.
A mainstream home hub often puts your privacy in peril. Atmos Home aims to solve this by making a local voice-powered home hub that respects your privacy.
Countries around the world are putting smart cars to the test, with the UK announcing they will test smart cars on 188 miles of road later this year.
News broke on Reddit that Google Home users are now seeing other people’s Nest cameras, even if they never intend to! Here is what happened.
The Android TV system is not as popular as Google wanted. Google wishes to change that by bringing Google Nest line and Android TV together.
We’re keen to find out what businesses, experts and the general public think of IoT. Here are the top five IoT Twitter trends in the first quarter of 2020.
MIT researchers are designing clothes that can detect vital signs and send the results back to a doctor. This makes recording someone’s heath easier.
Amazon Alexa introduced a new skill to make it easier to learn English at home. The skill is called MyPedia, and it was developed by Pearson India.
As companies are working hard to patch their security loopholes, Microsoft is paying people a $100,000 bug bounty if they break into its Azure IoT system.
YoSmart and Semtech are creating full smart home kits. If someone wants to create a smart home, they can purchase a curated kit that does all the work for them.
Wink has now introduced a monthly subscription fee for their products. If you don’t start a payment plan, your Wink gadgets will cease to work.
We’ve covered how to convert a house into a smart home before, but how about buying a pre-built smart home? How about putting it anywhere you please?
Using heat sensors to locate people with COVID-19 has been in the news lately. Now, Vodaphone is launching a heat-detection camera to locate COVID-19.
Smart-home startup Joshi.ai recently received $11 million in funding to compete with Alexa and Google and offer a better solution for privacy.
With COVID-19 remaining in full swing, IoT for hospitals is growing to help people beat the coronavirus, including Hy-genie smart hand sanitizer dispensers.
Researchers have discovered a new way for hackers to get their hands on your data. As it turns out, IoT isn’t storing biometric data as well as we might have hoped.