Episode 50-- Weekly IoT News Update
IoT news for this week:
When Bristol reached the top spot of Huawei's UK Smart Cities Index in 2017, the judges gave particular credit to Bristol is Open, a network infrastructure laboratory run by the city council and the University of Bristol
Samsung SmartThings Wifi is now offering parents peace of mind and more in-home internet control. Users will now have access to several new parental controls and security features to help manage digital activity in the home – from time online to content filters per device.
Mapping organisation Ordnance Survey plans to launch a solar-powered drone to capture higher quality images of the Earth.
group of companies representing telecom equipment vendors, spectrum licensees and utilities have formed an alliance to advance the development of private broadband networks for energy providers.
The Internet of Things (IoT) universe is continuously evolving and expanding as new products and technologies are introduced to the marketplace…
Smart speakers had a good holiday. Amazon already said its Echo Dot outsold all other items on its site this holiday season, which hinted toward the sizable growth for the voice-powered speaker market. Today, research firm CIRP is reporting the U.S…
Owners of Nest security cameras received an email from parent company Google on Wednesday, warning them to secure their login credentials with things like two-factor identification and stronger passwords.
Oday, we are excited to announce the Baby Activity Skill API, a new skill type that enables you to build Alexa skills that help customers keep track of baby activities simply by asking Alexa.
A list offering guidance to those affected by smart home devices being used to control or harass them within abusive relationships has been published online.
In an exclusive interview, a top Google exec says the AI could eventually recognize if you're frustrated or pick up conversations where you left off.