What if every electronic device could be charged using something like Wi-Fi? The rise of low-powered IoT devices can now shoot electricity through the air.
One space we may not have imagined IoT is in personal Watercraft. Electric trucking company Nikola Motors has developed the all-electric Nikola Wav.
Did you know that the humble elevator is getting “smartened up” with the rest of technology? We may see smart elevators make their way into the public eye as early as 2015!
General Motors announced that “Super Cruise,” their hands-free system similar to Tesla’s Autopilot, will be added to the 2020 Cadillac CT5 sedan.
Brick-and-mortar stores are employing IoT to make things easier on their customers, such as interactive mirrors and racial recognition.
Cars are smarter than ever. We’re not talking about self-driving cars, but using smart features to make your car safer, easier, and more enjoyable to drive.
Walmart is expanding its use of robots and machines to help with labor costs while also paying workers more and offering grocery delivery service.
From getting an expensive item from one country to another to getting the pizza to your door, all areas of delivery can benefit from IoT developments.
Future IoT development will be oriented towards using powerful new processors to do AI computing at the device level, which makes it a lot more powerful.
With the blockchain technology getting popular over the past few years, how can businesses get the most out of the blockchain?
Apple is working on what could be their next new thing: augmented reality glasses. Apple’s AR glasses are being designed to interact with holograms.
While Blockchain is still in its early stages, combined with IoT, it’s gearing up to be one of the most disruptive technologies in recent history.
Logic Supply announces their new PC, the Karbon 300, dubbed a “rugged PC.” It’s built to withstand physical wear and tear where a regular PC might falter.
App-based class management systems and cloud-based learning tools are becoming more common in schools, and other IoT innovations are about to take place in the education sector.
If you’ve wondered if 5G is the way of the future, you need to look no further than a recent operation performed in China. A brain operation was successfully carried out by a surgeon who controlled his tools over a 5G connection.
Huawei Eyewear smartglasses are just as smart-looking as they are functional, fusing fashion and tech, in a partnership with Gentle Monster.
Three companies are developing the use of wearable technology for industrial and businesses with the belief that enterprise and healthcare are driving the wearables market.
Tombot is trying to help provide companions to seniors by developing a robo-dog that looks extremely lifelike yet doesn’t need to be walked or fed.