The podcast gets a facelift and we run an interview with Eben Upton from the Raspberry Pi Foundation on the history of the Pi and what’s next.
When the consolidation wave in the OTT market comes, there will be winners and losers. Will the losers just fizzle out or find a new way to innovate?
In the future, collaborative consumption companies could work together and draw on data from connected devices to provide more seamless and native experiences.
Athletic apparel company is launching a new smartwatch for runners that will retail for $399 and go on sale Nov. 1.
As product designers start building more networking gear for connected devices and appliances, Freescale believes they’ll embrace the familiarity and power efficiency of the ARM architecture.
Whistle’s dog activity trackers are making their way into university labs. Researchers hope the data gathered from them could help them better understand and treat canine epilepsy and other animal health problems.
Field service technicians carry around a lot of specialized equipment that remains largely unconnected to any network. GigaOM Mobilize Showcase finalist ShowSigSense hopes to bring all of that gear into the internet of things.
Data generated by cloud deployments will grow faster than data center traffic in general over the next few years, according to new Cisco research.
It is our core philosophy that everything with a digital heart beat will be connected and that in turn will redefine our relationship with the world around us. The big question – one we will explore at Mobilize 2013 – what happens when everything is indeed connected.
Revolv, a Boulder, Colo.-based startup, is one of the finalists in GigaOM’s upcoming Mobilize Showcase. It wants to be a hub for your existing connected devices.