Episode 52-- Weekly IoT News Update
IoT news for this week:
Google open-sources Cloud IoT Device SDK, a collection of libraries for embedded microcontroller-class devices
If you’re a developer looking to get microcontroller-class (MCU) devices (the chips at the heart of smart refrigerators, industrial motors, energy monitors, and other internet of things devices) up and running on Google Cloud Platform’s (GCP) fully managed Cloud IoT Core service, good news: Google has made it much more straightforward with the new Cloud IoT Device SDK.
lasgow-based intelligent networking and integrated security solutions provider Boston Networks is powering what is claimed to be the UK’s most advanced Internet of Things network, called IoT Scotland.
Nike users are experiencing some technical difficulties in the wild world of connected footwear. Nike's $350 "Adapt BB" sneakers are the latest in the company's line of self-lacing shoes, and they come with the "Nike Adapt" app for Android and iOS.
Heating violations can be tricky to prove. A technology nonprofit called Heat Seek helps tenants collect data on chilly apartments.
The Leading Builders of America (LBA), which includes many of the nation’s largest homebuilders, is a rather novel group to be making comments in a spectrum proceeding, but it’s definitely got an interest in the 6 GHz band.
When Jack Daniel’s maker Brown-Forman Corp. earlier this month launched a new brand of rye, it leveraged a growing prowess in data analytics to ensure the market could handle more whiskey.
Espoo, Finland - In advance of Mobile World Congress, Nokia today launched off-the-shelf Internet of Things (IoT) packages to help operators win new business in vertical IoT markets.
It’s a Monday morning in Manhattan, and I am on a mission to go to a very specific Walgreens. This is bigger than emergency lip balm, or a prepackaged Starbucks mocha.
Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. today announced the launch of the Qualcomm Mesh Networking Development Kit for Amazon Alexa Voice Service (AVS). This development kit accelerates the integration of AVS into mesh Wi-Fi systems.
We have worked on every single G transition and as we move into the 5G cycle, we continue to stay heavily engaged with players across the ecosystem and around the globe from very advanced markets to just emerging.