Researchers claim that 2020 is when continuous intelligence (CI) will arrive to the IoT space. What is CI, and how does IoT benefit from it?
There are so many IoT platform providers, and each one brings something unique to the table. These are some of the best IoT platforms for your IoT projects.
Wi-Fi Direct is a wireless connection that enables versatile P2P wireless connections by combining the speed of Wi-Fi and the ease of Bluetooth.
LIDAR is a form of radar that uses high-frequency invisible laser pulses to determine objects and distance. Find out what Lidar is and how it works.
Let’s examine the current threat landscape of 5G and whether there is adequate cyber-preparedness due to the advent of new attack vectors.
Software-Defined Wide Area Networks (SD-WAN) are becoming increasingly important in providing desired levels of segregation for the remote clients of WAN.
DeepMind is a neural network that uses “reinforcement learning” techniques to develop artificial intelligence algorithms designed to mirror human thought processes.
Consumer IoT refers to connected devices designed for the consumer marke which collect and share data through an Internet connection.
Millimeter Wave network refers to a new series of communication protocols in the short wavelength range of 1- 10 mm and high frequency 30-300 GHz bands.
Python is one of the most popular programming languages out there. Let’s look into the pros and cons of Python when used in IoT systems.
Other than connect you to the Internet, the latest Wi-Fi 6 is also known to be fast, probably the fastest Wi-Fi signal to be implemented to date.
The advent of the Internet of things has improved accessibility for those who need it most. Here are some of the ways IoT can help people with disabilities.
Cryptocurrency is only a subset of Blockchain and doesn’t show how Blockchain works. Here we will explain what Blockchain is and how it works.
If you’re someone who doesn’t get what makes a Smart TV “smart,” then we’ll fill you in on the more important TV tech developments of the last few years.
You may notice that Google Maps knoww where your location is. This is because Google has a network of beacons, each of which transmits a signal over a small distance.
Having a sleeping schedule and sticking to it is easier said than done. Thankfully, we can count on IoT to help us sleep better and become more productive.
IoT devices are built on a variety of operating systems. TinyOS is yet another operating system that is very useful for low power sensor networks.
It’s easy to make several Raspberry Pi machines, known as clusters, work together. Here are some awesome Raspberry Pi Clusters projects.