Google is looking to make smart home devices more interesting with a new project that uses radar technology to make any home object “smart.”
Nike is releasing a smart sneaker, Adapt BB, that auto-laces, similar to those in “Back to the Future” but meant for athletes.
The IoT revolution is happening right in front of us. Here are a few technical skills that you can develop to succeed with IoT projects.
An Audi startup, Holoride, is working on plans, along with Disney, to add virtual reality to autonomous cars to entertain you and help with motion sickness.
As we move into 2019, it begs the question: what does 2019 have in store for IoT? Let’s take a look at what this new year has in store for the IoT world.
If you have a difficult time sleeping and maybe even expect sleep apnea, the Beddr SleepTuner gives you an option to diagnose what the problem is.
While there have always been baby monitors on the market, Motorola and Hubble are bringing baby monitors to the smart home space at CES 2019.
The Dyno smartwatch for kids, shown at CES 2019, offers the a solution when trying to decide whether your child is old enough for a device of their own.
CES 2019 introduced Harman’s Premium Digital Cockpit and Computer Platform, a new connected car idea that integrates facial recognition.
Samsung is jumping into the integration game and allowing access to Samsung smart TVs with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant smart speakers.
How do you feel about your own office shirts beaming back your location?This is the reality of the “smart shirt”, one of the latest developments in smart clothing.
The CleanseBot is device that’s smaller than a Roomba but works similarly, autonomously or in handheld mode, to kill germs using UV light.
The Autonomous Hotel Chain is taking self-driving vehicles in a direction. Instead of delivering groceries or ride-sharing, it’s an Autonomous Travel Suite.
Samsung is reportedly working on a budget-friendly smart speaker powered by their Bixby voice assistant. Are they too late to the smart speaker party?
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.
It’s being widely reported that autonomous cars will be responsible for delivering our groceries rather than providing a method for people to travel.
Amazon has brought along the Echo Wall Clock onto the market in their bid to enhance our homes. The question is do we need a smart clock?
An example of an IoT attack is smart car charging station hijacking, which demonstrates that hackers can cause havoc at best and destroy hardware at worst!