LogMeIn has launched a cloud platform that inventors and developers can use to create next-generation connected devices, and it’s partnered with ARM to provide a “Jumpstart” kit to speed up the process.
The Internet of Things isn’t just some futuristic concept — it already exists. But often badly. For it to succeed, it will need an economy supported by developers who can rely on open standards and APIs.
The smartphone has killed a lot of gadgets, but it won’t kill all specialized gadgets. In this talk from our internet of things meetup Dave Merrill of Sifteo explains how devices will evolve.
Avatar isn’t just a James Cameron movie, it’s aslo a key component in Mike Kuniavsky vision of the internet of things. To find out more, check out our video.
Usman Haque of Cosm shares his hopes and fears for the internet of things (plus a hilarious Tumblr) in this video of his presentation at the GigaOM internet of things meetup last week.
The internet of things isn’t all about infrastructure. Evrythng wants to provide the identity management to enable smart new applications on top of that infrastructure, and it’s partnering with the right players to do so.
The two companies have signed a partnership aimed at providing municipalities with tools for making their cities, in particular their transport systems, smarter and more efficient.
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.
SpringboardIoT, a new accelerator program focused on startups working on hardware and the Internet of Things, has launched in the UK. The scheme’s founder joins forces with an experienced insider to explain why it’s a necessary and useful development.