IoT is all about low-tech and simple APIs, because you don’t build software for IoT the same way you do for web apps, and here is why. Last week, a smart lock company updated firmware that made hundreds of their own locks inoperable (more about it in the articles below). These are the kind of […]
It’s a well-documented position that the IoT market is generally yet to move beyond the early-adopter stage in many industry verticals and use-cases. The adoption curve versus the hype curve is still behind, but there’s a very evident shift in the market to suggest that activity is ramping up significantly. When comparing this market maturity […]
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With a little help from Amazon.
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And to make money with.
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