Episode 40-- Weekly IoT News Update
This week, we take a look at the latest IoT news from variety of sources.
Google launches DIY smart Nest Thermostat E Heating controller cheaper than previous model and consumers will not require a boiler engineer to install it.
Find out how the internet of things and online sensors could simply tell you what is most valuable for your business.
Cameras for the Internet of Things will have to be fast, cheap, and powerful—and might not look like cameras at all.
Bentley has claimed the launch of the world’s first super-fast, reliable and secure in-car Wi-Fi system with the launch of its Advanced Connectivity.
One day we will look back on html and the original web and realize that we lived in a Garden of Eden where one markup language allowed you to write for pretty much every browser.
Bleedingbit is a set of two new zero-day vulnerabilities which have the potential to expose enterprise firms to remote code execution attacks worldwide.
Test of wireless home security cameras also includes Amazon, Arlo, Canary, and Nest models.
Sonos is delaying support for Google Assistant until 2019, the company announced in a blog post today.
Sisense, a business analytics software firm, has launched its patent-pending Sisense Hunch Data Cognition Engine which aims to turn sensors, phones, and wearable devices into supercomputers.
Almost 30 of the top automakers connect their vehicles with AT&T whether it’s Tesla or Subaru. The carrier now connects more than 24 million vehicles, having added 2 million during the last quarter. As far as real IoT devices go, cars are a huge driver of carriers’ IoT revenue at the moment and are likely to stay that way for a long time.