Voice biometric solution IDVoice is receiving a huge update so that it will now be able to be used as an authenticator and to respond to specific users.
Solid state batteries address all the disadvantages of Lithium-ion batteries. By 2030 they’ll be revolutionizing IoT and become the new standard.
Engineers have used ingenious ways to power IoT devices, and now engineers at Lacuna Space created transmitters that use grass as their power supply.
IoT has been one of the most discussed technologies in 2019. Let’s look at the emerging IoT trends and most important changes to look for in 2020.
Researches have shown that having smart home devices in your current home might help tip the scales if you decide to sell your house.
2020 will be jam-packed with interesting IoT conferences and tech workshops. Check out these upcoming IoT events for 2020 in various parts of the world.
KVH and Kongsberg are showing the world that boats have a place in the new IoT world. They have the first boat that is successfully wired to the cloud.
The smart shoe concept that made its debut at the ASICS Energy Research Lab at CES 2020 is a performance shoe helping runners work out more efficiently.
Blockchain-based streaming platforms and rights management tools are starting to pop up everywhere. Here’s how blockchain is transforming the music industry.
LG Electronics debuted its next-generation washer that is powered by artificial intelligence at CES 2020 and showed off features that make laundry less of a chore.
There is a big revolution in the retail space called “invisible payments.” Shoppers can now enter a store, grab the products, and enjoy an automated checkout.
As IoT continues to grow, the eventuality of crossing paths with AI increases exponentially. Here’s how both of these technologies coming together will change the future.
Gartner performed a survey and discovered that 75% of businesses have adopted IoT plans to implement blockchain by the end of 2020.
How big is IoT? Arguably, 90% of the Internet is IoT. We probably have around 2.5 connected devices per human now, and that number will only go up.
As Amazon, Apple and Google join the Zigbee Alliance to develop an open-source smart home connectivity standard, this is good news for everyone. Here’s why.
Most urban residents feel positive towards micromobility, but cities have had safety and parking issues, so is micromobility here to stay? Let’s find out.
Google, Apple, and Amazon are working together as “Project Connected Home Over IP” to crate an open-source smart home standard.
Walmart plans to make use of smart cars to deliver groceries to your doorstep and are testing it in Houston. Here is how it works and whether it is feasible.