The internet of things won’t just change your home life. It will also affect the way you drive, by keeping you alert and preventing you from causing accidents.
Staples, the office supply chain, is doubling down in the smart home. It’s expanding of the number of stores that sell its Staples Connect hub and is supporting more radios and devices.
How does one build a search engine for connected devices? Even though we call it the internet of things, there’s more things than a network right now.
For fitness tracker enthusiasts looking for the next new thing, Withings has added a sensor that tracks your respiration to its upgraded Pulse O2 activity tracker.
Bridging the protocols and different data formats spoken by our connected devices is going to take a lot of integration, or maybe just some pattern recognition software and contextual analysis.
Originally only compatible with iOS devices, the Jawbone UP24 now works with Android phones and tablets that support Bluetooth Smart.
These technologies are changing how design is being used like never before.
Could data and connected devices make personal trainers obsolete? Fitness equipment and quantified self gear is coming on the market armed with algorithms that know if your crunches are correct and how effective your squats are.
The wearable fitness tech market is booming but also crowded and some evidence suggests it’s already ripe for major consolidation. For companies – and the entire segment – to survive and thrive, a few key issues need to be addressed.
A new software update for Jawbone’s Big Jambox brings several performance improvements. Only iOS 6.1 devices will get one of the biggest though: two extra hours of battery life on the wireless speaker.