Internet of Things
News and Articles About Internet of Things
In the home of the future, refrigerators tweet and coffee pots let you know when grandma missed her morning cup. But people willing to pay a price can already live in this sci-fi reality.
Experts are concerned that new industry technology could be susceptible to sinister cybercriminal activity.
Get ready for the trough of disillusionment.
A new security flaw has been uncovered that could impact everything from your personal Mac computer to enormous company servers.
On the heels of a fizzling response to its Fire Phone, Amazon is reportedly foraying further into hardware by increasing headcount at its top-secret Lab126 by roughly 27 percent.
Smart phones already are integral to finding things to buy. When everything is linked to the Internet, the same technology will allow everyone to know what their neighbors have to rent.
The British physicist who 'made black holes cool' says Intel's new wheelchair, which collects health data from the user, is just one more step toward the technology of the future.
Where the gap between the digital and the real starts to blur.
Consumers are, so far, unmoved by the prospect of the hyper-connected home and won't be until the technology is as easily used as a smart phone.
People generally have three main objectives in mind when considering having a 'smart' home, according to Lowe's.
Never misplace your wallet again.
The deal reportedly closed for about $200 million.
Navdy projects turn-by-turn directions onto the road in front of you, and allows you to answer calls by just waving your hand.
The winning companies will figure out how to deliver a seamless and exceptional experience that satisfies users -- before they even ask for it.
More devices are expected to be connected at the end of the decade. Router-maker Belkin recently launched a new product line to get an early start.
Watch out, Nest. If the rumors are true, the South Korean electronics giant could soon take a bite out of the sizzling home-automation market with the purchase of SmartThings.
In the best possible ways, though. Right?
Consumers will now be able to control their Whirlpool washers and dryers, Mercedes-Benz vehicles and Logitech remote controls through Nest's operating system.
The deal signals that the connected home industry is rife with potential and gaining tremendous steam.
The emerging Internet of Things and tech advances will allow for pooling of resources, greater productivity, a smaller income divide and environmental benefits.
The tech giant unveils a prototype of a tiny car that drives itself -- no human intervention required.
As connectivity spans the globe, new users will improve inefficient markets, systems and behavior, and affluent markets will tap advanced technology, says Google's executive chairman.
Former Apple exec Matt Rogers co-founded Nest, a smart-home product company that went from a garage startup to a $3.2 billion business.
Thanks to the Internet of Things, shopping at brick-and-mortar stores just got a lot more personal. Here's how.