The production and distribution of consumer goods and food products are not as cut and dry as it may seem to spectators. With the numerous challenges and complexities throughout the supply chain, artificial intelligence is rightfully standing at the forefront of technological solutions. This is because AI is enhancing efficiency from the first to the […]
With Thanksgiving just behind you — and what you’re thankful for still top of mind — it’s only natural to be thinking about gratitude and giving back. Giving Tuesday, which is just three days away, is vital for nonprofits. If organizations prepare for Giving Tuesday well, they’ll raise more money during this annual fundraising day, […]
From startups to large enterprises, analytics play a critical part in driving today’s marketing strategies. The amount of data available — and what can be done with it — has changed. Yet, just like in the past, analytics most commonly remains static. As Zoomdata explained in its master class on Streaming Analytics and the Internet […]
There’s no doubt about the fact that cities have evolved a lot over the past few years. They’ve transformed from small enclosures within walls to slouching metropolises which are home to millions of people. Not only have their sizes and nature changed but Smart Cities have also been able to provide the best environment for […]
The Internet of Things relies on a wireless world.
How your partners – and your partners’ partners – could put you at risk
Navigating what’s next for car tech.
A look at the deep influence a new car culture will have on our daily lives.
Will you make the leap?
Smart home company Netatmo announced earlier this week its own API for third-party Internet of Things (IoT) devices. Called Netatmo Connect, the API provides developers with the ability to connect to Netatmo’s products and create meaningful interactions. Connect has three major platforms – weather, smart home, and enterprise. Weather uses data from the Netatmo Weather […]
Internet of Things (IoT) developers looking to utilize Bluetooth technologies might be pleased to hear a series of live events are happening across the globe this year. Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) has organized several events in prominent tech hubs across the continents. The events will be focused on providing newcomers with understanding on how […]
We need both security and convenience in the connected home.
Israeli firm’s next-gen human-machine vocal interface goes straight to your ears – without any hardware IN your ears
Artificial intelligence meets the Internet of Things.
What stands in the way of the smart home, and how the industry can overcome it.
The Latest News From The Linux Foundation
No Internet, data connection, GPS, or battery drain required.
WebRTC will change the way we communicate.
New gesture control technology available to mobile industry
How IFTTT’s Linden Tibbets is fixing that.
Users and devices are what matter.
It’s more than just paying for what you use.
Steve Perlman and Dish Network lay down a marker.
Defeated, the hotel finally stops assaulting your connectivity.
Very soon, your smart watch will talk to the Internet directly.
Should computer-controlled sensor arrays be used to keep referees from making bad calls? Officials of FIFA, soccer’s international governing body, have called a special meeting to decide.
The performance of mobile networks is one of the biggest issues facing cellular carriers, application developers and users. All four major carriers in the United States claim spectrum paucity and users are demanding the same type of performance on their mobile devices that they would find on through their desktop browsers. Something needs to…
Akamai has released the results of its latest “State of the Internet” report covering the third quarter of 2011. What is interesting is how nasty the Internet has become, with increasing attack incidents recorded and changing strategies for hackers looking to exploit systems. Our last post on the first quarter results can be found…
For any kind of provider of network service, every five years or so, the infrastructure procurement problem becomes a long-term guessing game. Where will we be in six years’ time? And can we afford today the bandwidth that we’ll need in six years, because it takes time to build out and deploy this infrastructure, as well as recoup the…
Cisco’s cloud computing strategy is starting to accelerate, with a focus on providing infrastructure that makes it easier to get started and expand quickly.
Cisco’s added emphasis on the cloud also highlights Intel, which is developing a cloud building program. The goal of the program is to build reference architectures with its partners…
Data centers hum day and night. More often than ever before we connect to these cloud environments through Wi-Fi networks.
According to PCWorld, now it looks like the radiation from Wi-Fi networks is making our trees sick.
Feel like hacking your phone today? If you’ve got about 10 minutes to spare, you can turn your iPhone into a Wi-Fi hotspot using a combination of the latest “jailbreaking” software and an app called MyWi. The app takes your iPhone’s 3G data connection and shares it out so other computers can connect to it as if it’s just another Wi-Fi network…