With IoT’s huge potential, it’s no surprise that the Port of Rotterdam has made IoT a key component of its future management.
One of the ways IoT is spreading to the high street is via beacons, simple little devices that can help make stores more interactive with the phones in our pockets.
With all kinds of devices migrating to the Internet, we’re now in the midst of the third wave of the Internet. What does this new wave bring, and how will it change the world?
With the Internet of Things developing at a rapid rate, so too has the military’s capabilities to develop their own Internet of Battlefield Things.
Self-driving taxis are currently in the works and may arrive before you know it. Let’s take a look at this emerging technology and ask ourselves if it’s something we’d like to see in the future.
The Internet of Things is slowly moving into homes. If you pay close attention to what you eat and drink, here’s some IoT gadgets that can help you out.
IoT also has a great effect on the world of healthcare. Here are some of the most useful health wearables that you can try right now.
Researchers have been able to create a malware to sneak in to smart buildings through known security vulenrabilities. Here’s what you need to know about it.
As drone technology becomes more advanced, we may see people deliberately using drones as tools for terrorism. Here’s how we can combat against it.
As we move into 2019, it begs the question: what does 2019 have in store for IoT? Let’s take a look at what this new year has in store for the IoT world.
How do you feel about your own office shirts beaming back your location?This is the reality of the “smart shirt”, one of the latest developments in smart clothing.
It’s believed 5G will see commercial use in 2020. Will the extra G mean more developments in the Internet of Things? Or will everything stay the same?
One man had his life turned when he heard his Nest camera talking, only to discover a hacker had gained access to it! How did this occur in the first place?
With IoT on the rise, the fate of our smartphones may be in grave danger. Is it likely that we’ll bin the phone in order to access the Internet of Things?
Amazon has brought along the Echo Wall Clock onto the market in their bid to enhance our homes. The question is do we need a smart clock?
An example of an IoT attack is smart car charging station hijacking, which demonstrates that hackers can cause havoc at best and destroy hardware at worst!
The new age of IoT has brought with it the smart heart rate monitor. They come in two forms: as a wrist strap and a chest strap. Which one is for you?
IoT devices adhere to standards to communicate with each other. Zigbee, Z-Wave, Thread, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth are some commonly used smart home standards.