Amazon Alexa introduced a new skill to make it easier to learn English at home. The skill is called MyPedia, and it was developed by Pearson India.
A recent patent shows Apple is looking to add to their wearable line. The company has filed its third patent for what could be the “Apple Glove.”
If you are one of the millions of people who have polarizing panic attacks, your Apple Watch may soon warn you of panic attacks before they happen.
YoSmart and Semtech are creating full smart home kits. If someone wants to create a smart home, they can purchase a curated kit that does all the work for them.
We’ve covered how to convert a house into a smart home before, but how about buying a pre-built smart home? How about putting it anywhere you please?
A smart home is more than just having a single smart device around. Here we redefine what makes a smart home so the term has real meaning in the future.
Using heat sensors to locate people with COVID-19 has been in the news lately. Now, Vodaphone is launching a heat-detection camera to locate COVID-19.
There have already been a few IoT products to help the coronavirus pandemic. The Rokid T1 smart glasses provide assistance by detecting temperatures.
While smart glasses weren’t a hit, could smart contacts be a better option? Find out the history and whether they’re a smart idea or not.
Ambient computing is quite possibly one of the next big steps in computer. How will ambient computing help you in the future? Let’s take a look.
Apple’s smart ring currently in development may have interesting feature built in: ability to turn on devices with a pointing gesture.
Recently, Deutsche Telekom signed deals with Swisscom, Telia, and Vodafone to stretch their NB-IoT network to add more countries to now have a total of 18.
The lockdowns and quarantines with the coronavirus pandemic have left people in need of meals and groceries, making it a great time for autonomous delivery robots
With the coronavirus pandemic all around us, suddenly it’s making more sense to have robots, Echos, iPads, and iPhones in patient rooms in hospitals.
Neural Covidex, an AI-powered search engine, will make finding coronavirus COVID-19 information easier for clinicians, researchers, and other experts.
With a smart toilet system in development, it leads to the question of whether this is really something that is needed, although it does have some benefits.
The further we get through the coronavirus pandemic, the more tech is helping the medical community. Wearable apps could help detect asymptomatic COVID-19 cases.
Estimote wearables offer a solution in the changing workforce that will track employees to narrow down who they were near if they test positive coronavirus.