How data-over-sound can cure IoT connectivity headaches – IoT blog – Internet of Things

With the ever-increasing variety and popularity of IoT devices and environments, there’s a fast-growing demand for seamless, friction-free and bulletproof machine-to-machine communication between edge devices. We’ve all experienced headaches trying to...

IoT news of the week for Oct. 1, 2018 – Stacey on IoT

What’s inside Google’s Home Hub? This week, Google unveiled the Google Home Hub device, which has Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and a 7-inch display. It also updated its Google Home software to let...

Yup, You Can Control a Drone Using Scratch! – Hackster Blog

Everyone has the same question when they first get interested in programming: “What language should I learn?” The answer is any of them — they’re pretty much all good. But, if you’re...

Google Home Hub is all about simplifying the smart home experience – Stacey on...

In March I said I wanted Google to make a smart home hub. Now, Google has one. But the Google Home Hub isn’t the hub I wanted. That’s OK because...

Porgs make Magic Leap fun. The Internet of Things could make it useful.

The porg on the carpet looked up at me, its watery eyes pleading, tiny wings flapping uselessly. It wanted a snack. Or maybe a toy? In the background, C-3P0 droned...

VFD Clock II Displays Time, Date, and Text Via WiFi

You know how cool you felt when you were the only you knew with a working Nixie clock? For better or worse, this technology has become more and more prevalent...

3 best practices you should adopt

IoT Platform selection: The importance of getting it right Several thousands of enterprises are currently performing their first IoT projects – whether its smart factory, connected car, or smart energy – most...

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