Episode 62-- Weekly IoT News Update
IoT news for this week:
Amazon.com Inc. is developing a voice-activated wearable device that can recognize human emotions.
A new survey has found the majority of organisations - including those who have already implemented IoT projects - are still finding it difficult to undertand the business benefits of the technology.
Eight analysts, vendors and early edge adopters give their advice on edge computing hardware approaches.
Breakthrough innovation specialist Cambridge Consultants has developed Hank, a robot with flexible robotic fingers inspired by the human hand.
GE Appliances is leading the way to smarter cooking by connecting its GE® countertop microwaves with the Google Assistant.
Alexa adds new features, including how-to videos from wikiHow, updated smart home controls, customizable morning and evening routines, new privacy features, and even more visual content…
Resideo Technologies, Inc. announced it has acquired innovative energy efficiency technology from Whisker Labs and hired the team behind it.
As facial recognition technologies have evolved from fledgling projects into powerful software platforms, researchers and civil liberties advocates have been issuing warnings about the potential for privacy erosions. Those mounting fears came to a head Wednesday in Congress.
Chronicle's Backstory platform will be combined with Siemens' cybersecurity tools for the energy industry.
Two of Alexa's top executives spoke about the ways the company is improving its technology.