A new wireless network partnership promises to bring the Internet of Things directly to the streets of Buffalo, New York.
A huge step forward in NFC could change the way we interact with the Internet of Things forever.
China’s homegrown “WeChat” application has nearly 900 million users. Need a car? Pay a check? Send someone some cash? Rate a dining venue? Make a video call? Send an endless series of silly emojis? WeChat is the platform, at least in China. It’s IM, Facebook, Tripadvisor and Skype all in one. And a gateway to to the Internet of Things.
This article reviews some of the current thinking with regard to IoT. The range and scope of IoT is truly enormous so we’ll take a stab at the opportunities in for us EMC and wireless folks.
The Internet of Things is a revolutionary way to connect the digital with the physical. Here's how scientists are taking it to the next level of innovation.
The explosion of these delivery services, coupled with the growth of online mega-retailer “Tao Bao,” is another manifestation of the pervasive growth of the Internet of Things (IoT).
MIT Project Team. From left, the Instructional Lab Ofc; Professor, EECS and Mechnical Engineering; MacVicar Faculty Fellow Steven Leeb, graduate student John Donnal and electrical engineer and consultant Jim P... Read More...
Your wearable device is tracking your hand movements, which is great if you want to know how many calories you’ve burned, but terrible if you don’t want hackers to know how to get into your bank account.
According to statistics from the WiFi Alliance, 12 billion WiFi-enabled products have been deployed since the year 2000. Another 3 billion are expected to ship in 2016 alone, with device deployments doubling by 2020 (3 million every day).