Smartwatches have proved to be great pieces of technology, but does that make them a worthy buy in 2019, especially when they’re so expensive? Let’s find out.
Our homes still seem dumb. Is there a need to make our houses smart? Here are a few things to gauge if you are considering making your dumb house smart.
As IoT gets more advanced and becomes part of our lives, many are concerned that IoT will take away jobs. Is IoT creating or destorying jobs? Let’s find out.
To make your IoT product attractive, here are a few design principles that can ensure people will be excited to use smart home gadgets and appliances.
The jump from 3G to 4G LTE was drastic enough to drive 3G into near-extinction, but will it, too, fall to the technology on the horizon that is 5G?
New technologies often mean a reduction in privacy, especially for IoT. Can IoT and privacy co-exist, or do we just have to live with lesser privacy?
With all the IoT devices flooding the market, advertisers are quick to claim that this is the year of the smart home. Is this the truth, or is it simply a way to sell more product?
If the scope of IoT keeps expanding, it’s a good idea to get people in education to learn about IoT and how it shapes the technological world.
The present state of voice assistants, like Siri or Cortana, are still lacking in quality. Here are a few ways to make them smarter and improve their quality.
For better or for worse, AI assistants are learning to understand context, show empathy and display feelings. So what will happen when AI becomes smarter than us?
For everything good we get from IoT, we’re also adding the potential for bad things to happen. Find out about the dark side of IoT devices that you are not aware of.
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?
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.
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?