IOT

Simply put this is the concept of basically connecting any device with an on and off switch to the Internet (and/or to each other) through RFID, data connections and Bluetooth technology. This includes everything from cell phones, coffee makers, washing machines, headphones, lamps, wearable devices and almost anything else you can think of.

EUROPE’S LARGEST AR AND VR CONFERENCE AND EXPO IN LONDON NEXT MONTH
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EUROPE’S LARGEST AR AND VR CONFERENCE AND EXPO IN LONDON NEXT MONTH

The Wearable Technology Show, co located with The Augmented Reality Show, will host Europe’s largest AR and VR offering in London next month. The event takes place 15-16 March at ExCeL and has just been nominated as Tech.London’s Spotlight Event for the month by the Mayor of London’s office. Sony Mobile’s developer advocate Joakim Elvander […]

Barbie’s New Dreamhouse Goes Full IoT With Voice Commands
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Barbie’s New Dreamhouse Goes Full IoT With Voice Commands

In 2015, Mattel kicked off its Wi-Fi-enabled Hello Barbie to make playtime a little bit more interesting and interactive. A connected doll requires a home that’s internet-friendly as well. This year at the Toy Fair, the firm is exhibiting just that. Barbie Hello Dreamhouse offers the brand’s namesake her very own smart home which is […]

Microsoft Unveils IoT Hub That Ingests Data From The Physical World
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Microsoft Unveils IoT Hub That Ingests Data From The Physical World

Microsoft just made its Azure IoT Hub generally available and it’s intended for managing fleets of devices which amass the data from the physical world. The product that was publicized back in September, allows the companies to provision, manage and also ingest data from millions of different devices, which are part of Internet of Things. […]

Integrated Cellphone Kit For Wearables and IoT
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Integrated Cellphone Kit For Wearables and IoT

It is possible to assemble a basic 2G mobile phone at your home with RePhone Kit Create that can as well be used in making IoT and wearable devices. The Seeed Studios’ kit ships with distinct modules, which can be restored together to make a 2G phone with the 1.54” LCD display. The screen icons […]

Microsoft’s Azure IoT Hub Services Now Open And Accessible
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Microsoft’s Azure IoT Hub Services Now Open And Accessible

Just the other day, Microsoft commercially launched its Azure IoT Hub set of services that expedites Internet of Things maneuvers for organizations. Azure IoT Hub is part of Microsoft comprehensive range of services referred to as Azure IoT Suite, a whole set of solutions offering configurable templates used for remote monitoring, management of asset and […]

FREE IoT eSummit
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FREE IoT eSummit

There is still time to register for this month’s FREE eSummit. This is an event not to be missed! Register once for all eight LIVE presentations. Attend one or attend all eight sessions.  Hosted by Iasa Global. Topic: Internet of Things When: Wednesday, February 17th Time: 9:00 AM-5:00 PM CST Registration: http://iasaglobal.org/monthly-esummit/ Cost: Free (no […]

Big Data Underwater, Pizza Ordering IoT Appliances
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Big Data Underwater, Pizza Ordering IoT Appliances

Microsoft is planning to construct its data centers under water with the aim of lessening latency and also cut down the rate of energy consumption. It would as well offer fodder for a spotless National Geographic show, “Fixing Crazy Data Centers 1,000 Leagues Beneath the Sea”… Robotic machines for milking have got laser-guided suction cups […]

A Comprehensive Note On Ruler’s Creed Launch Event
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A Comprehensive Note On Ruler’s Creed Launch Event

At a time when the craze for immersive technologies is growing day by day among a wide range of people across the globe, Vikas Tomar has come up with a book called Ruler’s Creed that’s based on the concept of futuristic technologies when it comes to its uses. Vikas Tomar’s Ruler’s Creed was unveiled at […]

It’s a Jungle Out There
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It’s a Jungle Out There

A lot of fitness wearable ventures are currently focused on delivering what I like to call ‘lab tests in the wild’. That is, they want to be able to deliver metrics like VO2max at the end of people’s business-as-usual workouts, rather than in laboratory controlled conditions. It’s a worthy goal, but I get the sense […]

Internet of Things Security Turned To ‘I Spy’ Kids’ Educational Book
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Internet of Things Security Turned To ‘I Spy’ Kids’ Educational Book

When it comes to the subject of security, it can really get dry and impenetrable. However, with the stable sneak of devices that are connected to homes and the daily practices going on, there is possibly going to be needful to broaden awareness on the probable privacy risks. Not least since Internet of Things (IoT) […]

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