Fragmentation, lack of standards, poor apps, and just not delivering the promised savings or convenience is slowing smart home adoption at an alarming rate.
Monday, 29 February 2016 09:33

Open standards must win in smart home race

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Consumers enter the Smart Home journey with the expectation of creating an intelligent home that anticipates and serves their needs in a delightful, low maintenance…
Whatever your stance on smart meters it is hard to argue that the intent is not honourable. They are supposed to allow people to control…
Taiwanese based ASUS computers have settled a case with the US Federal Trade Commission regarding security flaws in its routers.
Acer has identified the fields of connected car, smart home, business, and education as key applications of the IoB (Internet of Beings) concept, a human-centric…
Many organisations are lacking the appropriate technologies and skills needed to optimise and reap the benefits of the Internet of Things, according to a new…
Global satellite communications services company Inmarsat has partnered with Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWA) provider Actility to enable an end-to-end IoT solution to connect…
Data centre connectivity vendor Megaport has launched an industry and community program that it says is aimed at supporting the advancement of Internet infrastructure and…
Garmin fitness wearables cover a huge range of activities. The new vivofit 3 is a fitness tracker, and the vivoactive HR does absolutely everything you…
Wednesday, 17 February 2016 11:32

NexDock may be the future of computing

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NexDock is currently manifested as a 14” clamshell style ‘monitor’ with a built in Bluetooth keyboard that may revolutionise the future of computing.

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