This week has been a slightly quieter week in the world of IoT, but we do have news of a new smart home starter kit, a new vision of beacons, and some deals to look out for over the Black Friday and Cyber Monday weekend. Here, is your IoT roundup!
This week we bring you news of an unfortunate delay for Apple fans, Google investing in ‘chimes’, and an energy company looking to roll out smart home devices throughout Europe. It’s time to catch up with all the big stories in the world of IoT.
Wireless technology has come a long way in the past few years and new technologies offer exciting possibilities for the Smart Home. That’s why we’ve decided to check out which is the Best Wireless Doorbell for the Smart Home.
Ceiling fans are very popular in the United States and have a long history of existence. The first models appeared in the 1860s and were not yet powered by electricity but rather by a stream of running water. Nowadays almost every U.S. based household has at least one ceiling fan at home.
This week, we bring you news of how IoT will change the face of insurance, smart home control centres that blend in with their surroundings, and Lowe is getting serious about the smart home. Welcome to your bite-sized IoT round-up, let’s dive right in!
Here we go again folks, it’s the end of the week, and we have a quick round-up of all the news that caught our attention in the world of IoT. This week, we have some adorable news from Sony, a leak from Apple, and news of a new $60m investment. Let’s dig in!
The future is now and whether you’d like to upgrade your old garage door system to work with your smart home devices or install a completely new garage door controller, we’ve gathered the best smart garage door opener and controller options currently available on the market.
Another week, another selection of stories from the wonderful world of IOT. This week we bring some worrying news for smart home security, and some encouraging news from Samsung and their smart home department. So without further adieu, lets dive right in!
As you may have heard at Google’s recent keynote, there are new Google Home devices about to hit the shelves, in the form of Google Home Mini, and Google Home Max. Along with the original Home, these new additions complete the trio of sizes we were expecting to debut at some point, but which one is right for you?
It has been a slightly quieter week for IoT and smart home fans, but none the less there have been a couple of announcements that have peaked some interest. With last weeks offerings from Google, it was always going to be a more sedate seven days, but with the likes of Ring and Dell providing us with some noteworthy news, there is still plenty to dig in to.
It’s been another busy week in the tech hemisphere. Big news from Google, Chamberlain, August, and lots more besides. Here are the five biggest stories to hit the headlines, in your weekly IOT roundup…
When you consider that the Internet Of Things has only been around for half a decade in any meaningful way, it is pretty impressive that we have reached the current level of automation in such a short space of time. Of course, Moore’s Law has provided us with an expectation that by the end of the decade we will be flying around with jet packs strapped to our backs while walking our pet Pokemon in virtual reality
Earlier this month we had the chance to talk with Z-Wave expert Dr. Christian Paetz. The author of two of the most prominent books about the wireless protocol, Z-Wave Basics: Remote Control in Smart Homes and Z-Wave Essentials, Dr. Paetz is also the primary representative of the Z-Wave alliance. Here’s what we asked him and what he had to share.
In a bizarre twist that few saw coming, news has started to filter through that Microsoft and Amazon are allowing their digital assistant’s, Cortana and Alexa, to work together in a limited capacity (at first). While this news may strike you as a little strange, in a world where most tech companies are holding on to their own particular sets of skills like a mother clutching her newborn child, it does actually make sense, at least for Microsoft and Amazon anyway.