InfluxData and the TICK stack for IoT data streaming | Stacey on IoT

Tesla uses InfluxData in its energy products. Image courtesy of Tesla.With every advancement in technology we get a new database to get excited about. With the cloud, we started caring...

Internet of Things Inc. Announces the Renaming of Its Blockchain Subsidiary to Digital Blockware...

TORONTO, Feb. 20, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Internet of Things Inc. (TSX-V:ITT) (OTC:INOTF) (FSE:71T) (“ITT” or the “Company”) a software and solutions provider to the Internet of Things...

This E-Skin Can Read, Display and Wirelessly Transmit Your Vitals

Digital e-skin seems more and more like an inevitable part of our wearables future. We’ve seen some designs that are intended to read your vitals, some that display information, and...

Blockchain and IoT edge connected by Filament chip

As a startup, Filament has for several years focused on a distributed loT platform where the edge devices could operate autonomously during periods of disconnection. Hardly surprising, then, that as...

Let’s talk about machine learning at the edge | Stacey on IoT

ARM believes its architecture for object detection could find its way into everything from cameras to dive masks. Slide courtesy of ARM.You can’t hop on an earnings call or pick...

Column: The ‘Internet Of Things’ Is Taking Over

On February 9th, 2018, Apple suddenly woke up and finally released the HomePod.What is it? It plays music and, assuming your house and all its gadgets are connected using Apple’s...

Bark Back at Your Dog with This Raspberry Pi Setup – Hackster’s Blog

When your dog barks at the mail carrier or other passersby during the day, you can shush him as needed, but what about when your not around? As seen here,...

IoT news of the week for Feb. 16, 2018 | Stacey on IoT

Google is buying Xively for $50M: Google, which has apparently seen that it needs to step up its IoT cloud game, said it will purchase the Xively IoT platform from LogMeIn for...

Google acquires Internet of Things platform Xively for US$50 million

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Which Is Right for Your New Product?

Just about any new electronic product requires some sort of “brains”. The question though is what type of brains does your product really need? There are two choices: a microcontroller...

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