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?
In very simple terms, IoT is defined as a natural extension of the Internet to everyday objects. Find out more about the basics behind IoT and how it works.
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?
A few promising startups are arriving with their own security certifications to create the security standards of tomorrow. This should allow all IoT devices to follow the same security guidelines.
If you are confused when going through a piece of IoT jargon, here is an IoT glossary to explain IoT basics in easy-to-understand terms.
Looking for an alternative to tiny drones, researchers are looking to bumblebees and outfitting them with tiny IoT backpacks to collect data.