Tesla’s newest version of the Autopilot system allows the car to take over and switch lanes autonomously. However, it’s been proven to be less safe than a human driver.
Google Glass was supposed to be the next best thing 6 years ago. They came back this month with Google Glass Enterprise Edition 2, meant for businesses.
Spotify is working on a voice-controlled device for the car: “Car Thing.” It plugs into a car’s 12-volt outlet and uses Bluetooth to connect to a smartphone.
Wearable technology is just getting started, and wearable medical devices will make waves in the healthcare industry, as they play a significant role through the critical information they offer.
Sonos is pushing out a software update that will add Google Assistant, allowing you a choice of voice assistants: Alexa or Google.
One big problem with getting everything connected in IoT is compatibility issues, and this is what Microsoft hopes to fix with their plug-and-play solution
Google is introducing Local Home SDK which will speed up smart home devices by allowing them to work with Bluetooth or WI-Fi.
How do you feel about getting a microchip? The thought may send shivers down your spine, but people have already had microchip implants embedded into them!
The evolution of IoT raises the same old question: how will this change the job market? Will it add more jobs, or will it make even more people redundant?
Google introduced the Google Nest Hub Max, which includes facial recognition, at their annual I/O developer conference this week.
New artificial technology has become more advance with voice. Not only can they clone our voices, they can do it in mere seconds.
With rapid advancement in augmented Reality technology, there are already plenty of AR applications that you can use around your house. Check them out.
We tend to talk about artificial intelligence as something far off in the future, but that’s far from the case. AI is impacting your daily life more than you are aware of.
KaHa, a Singapore-based end-to-end IoT platform company for smart wearables, has launched a smart fitness t-shirt that can do ECG tracking.
The world around us is alive with energy – the question is how can we harness it? Can we power our IoT devices with just energy around us? Let’s find out.
There have been some new developments with fabric technology that may allow us to finally have wearable smart garment technology.
The emergence of blockchain makes it a perfect match for IoT products and solutions. Here are some of the ways that blockchains are changing IoT for the better.
Apple is looking into possibly getting multi-user support for the HomePod by adding iPhones int he mix, according to a new patent application.