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Right Now, The Internet Of Things Is Like The Internet Of The 1990s

A world of connected devices are starting to come online. Don’t mistake what they do now for what they’ll accomplish in the future.<p>Unless you think of technology as a geeky hobby unto itself, giving an Internet connection to everyday objects might seem like a waste of energy. Who needs really needs …

Why The Internet Of Things Heralds The Next Great Economic Disruption

The Internet of Things (IoT) may mean more than simply having devices and machines talking to each other. It potentially represents a profound shift affecting the way businesses and society operate. At this point, we’re only just starting to grasp the implications these new technologies will …

How small businesses can cash in on the internet of things

At a glance, the products made by PragmatIC Printing in Cambridge appear to be standard pieces of plastic with regimented patterns on them. But what may appear unremarkable is in fact at the cutting edge of printed electronics. The products are the equivalent of a silicon chip on a piece of plastic …

The Internet of Things - Explained...

<i>by</i><p><b>Like it or not, gone are the days when the only thing that could be connected to the internet (using an ethernet cable we might add) was a PC or ,</b> …

The internet of things is revolutionising our lives, but standards are a must

The internet of things may stall unless providers collaborate to link up different services

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IBM Builds Internet Of (Weather) Things

IBM’s latest foray into the Internet of Things (IoT) is substantial, but still not as large as some of its competitors. The firm says it plan to invest $3 billion over the next four years to establish a new IoT unit — and, it is building a cloud-based open platform to help industries integrate …

10 kits to get you started on the Internet of Things and hardware hacking | ZDNet

If you've ever wanted your cookie jar to tweet you when it's being raided, you'd probably like the Internet of Things (IoT).<p>IoT devices are everyday …

360 immersive Virtual Reality arrives to the Cathlab. Revamping Medical Education

The implementation of augmented reality into the medical setting has been increasingly experimented with since the birth of the Google Glass explorer …

Augmented Reality

Apple Watch to Spark Wearable Tech Growth: IDC

Wearable technology devices are seeing a growth surge that is likely to continue over the next few years, helped by the soon-to-be-released Apple …

How to access the secret hidden menus on your iPhone or Android phone

So you think you’re a smartphone expert. You know your iPhone or Android phone inside and out and you constantly help your friends and family with …

The Five Most Disruptive Innovations at CES 2014

The launch this week of our Big Bang Disruption book added significant urgency to our annual search for the biggest disruptors at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.<p>After all, the book’s principal argument is that continued exponential improvements in price and performance of …

The Not So Hidden Costs Of An Internet Of Things

Watches with built-in navigation, thermostats that know when you’re home, programmable light bulbs, and hoodies that can send texts. This is the new normal envisioned by tech giants like Google, Intel, Samsung, Microsoft, and Apple, not to mention countless startups flush with VC money. The embrace …

Samsung, Intel and Dell Launch 'Internet Of Things' Consortium

The Internet of Things market will be worth $7.1 trillion by 2020, according to a study by the International Data Corporation (IDC). To keep tabs on the market, Samsung, Intel, Dell, Atmel and Broadcom have joined forces to launch the Open Interconnect Consortium (OIC), an organization that will …

Nest, Samsung Create Low-Power Network 'Thread' for Smart Home Products

Nest and six other manufacturers including Samsung announced on Tuesday they are launching a new wireless network called Thread that will allow smart …

A Second Act For The Internet Of Things

<b>Editor’s note:</b> <i>David Hirsch is co-founder and partner of Metamorphic Ventures, an early-stage venture capital firm headquarterd in New York City. Prior to Metamorphic, he spent eight years at Google where he was on the founding team that launched Google’s advertising monetization strategy and</i> …

How to Create Innovation Cultures That Keep Working

Americans are innovative almost by nature. We grow up with lemonade stands, <i>Shark Tank</i>, and Kickstarter projects. Our national identity is built in part on bootstrapping and experimentation. We’re indoctrinated early with the twin beliefs that each of us holds the seeds of invention and that a good …

A Startup Is Tackling One Of The Biggest Problems With Wearable Devices— Battery Life

But these types of devices haven't really caught on with mainstream consumers yet.<p>Battery life has proven to be one of the biggest problems surrounding most smart watches and wearable displays like Google Glass.<p>Early reviews of Google Glass, for example, indicated that it could only last for about …

Google wants you to easily share files between Android and iOS

As handy as services like AirDrop or Android Beam may be for shuffling content between nearby devices, they're platform-exclusive. That's not much help if you want to share photos from your Android phone to an iPhone, or vice versa. However, Google may soon overcome that barrier. <i>Android Police</i>,</i> …

How The Internet Of Things Will Rule Your Workday In 2020 [Infographic]

New Technology Will Triple Smartphone Battery Life

The brilliance, power and sheer innovative genius of your smartphone is always balanced by the terrorising and ever present ‘low battery’ sound. At every smartphone launch, every time I get my hands on a new handset, my childlike awe is immediately tempered by the crushing reality of how much power …