Post By Simon Montford on March 20, 2017
Unlike most people, I recently purchased a wireless doorbell for my home-office instead of for my front door in order to avoid interruptions when I'm working. When a family member needs me they simply press a doorbell in the hallway. Using a wireless doorbell in this way would have saved Prof Robert Kelly the embarrassment of this hilarious interruption that took place during a live BBC interview. He and his family are now social media superstars after it went viral, but in a subsequent interview he said that after the mishap he never expected to hear from the BBC again!
Guest Post By Jacelyn Brown on March 14, 2017
It sounded like something from the National Enquirer: another attention-grabbing headline to put alongside sightings of Elvis on the moon, and alien reptiles in Buckingham Palace. Yet the recent Wikileaks report, stating that the CIA can use smart televisions to monitor us, created quite a media storm. In fact the revelation was covered extensively by media outlets across the world.
Posted By Simon Montford on March 10, 2017
The Wearable Technology Show is Europe’s biggest event for wearables, AR/VR, and the Internet of Things. According to the organisers around 6,000 people attended the fourth incarnation of this esteemed event. Leading names across almost every aspect of connected technology were present to show their wares and share their insights. The Wearable Technology Show was co-located with the "AR, VR & MXR Show", and "IOT Connect".
Guest By Waracle on March 7, 2017
Just getting your head around IoT (Internet of Things)? Open up, here comes IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) and the opportunities are as amazing as they are untapped. Despite both being brushed off as just the latest buzz words the proliferation of everyday devices made smart using embedded sensors that communicate over the internet such as Amazon Echo, Fitbit, Phillips Hue Light-bulbs and Nest are far from passing fads.
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