As soaring health budgets continue to cause pain for governments and medical care providers, relief may be in sight thanks to big data. A new study by Lux Research found that advanced big data and analytics technologies are poised to help rein in runaway healthcare costs. The report “Industrial Big Data and Analytics in Digital […]
Philips unveiled a suite of new connected health devices on Monday, in a move to bolster its position in the personal healthcare market. The firm said all four devices have been built “with leading doctors and psychologists,” according and connect to the company’s HealthSuite app. See Also: Digital trust could be the key to ensure […]
Lutron Electronics has added its Caséta Wireless system to the growing list of devices that support Amazon Alexa range, which includes the Echo, Dot, Tap, and Fire TV. The Caséta Wireless system features various connected LED lights that can change color or brightness on demand. The integration of Alexa allows users to change the lights […]
As the Internet of Things (IoT) market begins to boom, we are bound to see the government take a more active role in investment and policing what is right and wrong in the industry. That’s what an April 6 notice on the Federal Register by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) seems to suggest, […]
Vodafone has announced a partnership with Philips Lighting, a subsidiary of Royal Philips, that aims to enhance the company’s LED street light management system. The mobile carrier will provide an Internet of Things (IoT) network – in the form of an machine-to-machine (M2M) SIM card – inside every street light. The SIM card will provide […]
The software doesn’t live up to the hardware
Philips shut out third-party bulbs—then backed down.
And this is just the beginning, with WWDC right around the corner.
Chances are it will power your 2015 TV.
Philips has a cheaper Hue, and a new kinetic energy–powered accessory on tap, plus LG and Samsung unveil new smart lights.