What happens when babies meet Bluetooth? Sproutling aims to build connected devices that are packed full of sensors and may help change our knowledge of babies and our experience of parenting.
What do you get when you combine cleantech, server tech, the internet of things and robotics with a surfboard? The answer can be found in this week’s podcast featuring Liquid Robotics.
Stop thinking about a command and control user interface for the internet of things. Instead Mike Kuniavsky of PARC explains how programming for the internet of things should be more probabilistic.
IBM thinks the internet of things is about far more than changing the color of your light bulbs, in large-scale implementations it can prevent traffic jams, save lives and lower costs for cities.
Electric Imp, which is building out a cloud service and Wi-Fi module that will plug into any device to get it online, is betting that the internet of things will be based on Wi-Fi.
We chat with Alex Hawkinson, the CEO of SmartThigns on the problems and possibilities of the internet of things. Some of his use cases will surprise you.
Forget ovens that tweet. The internet of things will be as important as broadband, and will make consumers’ lives easier as well as business more efficient. We’ll talk about it all in our new podcast.