If you don’t like the way fitness trackers like those made by Jawbone and Fitbit look, then you might be interested in the Withings Activité, which looks like a truly classic wristwatch.
The next phase of smart home adoption will depend on capabilities and control moving from the hardware into a software layer.
To give our phones better touch, we actually don’t need anything more than what’s on the device according to Chris Harrison, a professor at Carnegie Mellon.
The inaugural Structure Connect conference had speakers and special guests discussing the rapid adoption of devices that are wirelessly connected, and what that means for consumers and businesses going forward.
On this week’s Structure Show: Microsoft adds more powerful IaaS capabilities while Amazon makes AWS more enterprise-worthy.
Here’s the highlight reel from the panel session dispensing advice on how to get a hardware project off the ground that closed out Structure Connect 2014.
Whirlpool has struggled to figure out what consumers want in the connected home electronics space.
Security for the internet of connected devices isn’t just about securing data: When our doors, locks and cars are connected to the internet, a breach could threaten physical security.
SmartThings provides a platform for bringing a house online. Someday all devices may be connected, and SmartThings will be there for the people who need an easy system.
We hear a ton about cool internet of things functionality. But where’s the money?