With many manufacturing organizations trying to better understand their customers’ needs — and often their customers’ customers’ needs — there is an increasingly need to collect and mine big data and convert it to useful and actionable information.
Apple has become the clear leader in the wearables market, thanks to the popularity of the Series 3 Watches, IDC reports.
CONNECTED devices now regularly double as digital hoovers: equipped with a clutch of sensors, they suck in all kinds of information and send it to their maker for analysis.
AFTER staying at home one afternoon for a delivery of discounted toilet disinfectant that never came, Valentin Romanov, a Stockholm IT manager, installed a special lock on his flat’s entrance.
FITBIT SPENT ITS first decade selling activity trackers. With its latest moves, the company is starting to look less like a gear maker selling pricey accessories to fitness buffs and more like a medical-device company.
THE INTERNET OF Things security crisis persists, as billions of inadequately secured webcams, refrigerators, and more flood homes around the world.
Moaning about poor broadband must be almost as popular as complaining about the weather now – and often about as futile.
The Ring Video Doorbell 2 is an Internet of Things (IoT) device that allows you to see who is at the door — whether you’re at home or not.
Lymph nodes are common pathways for certain cancers to spread, requiring surgical removal. These days lymph nodes are visualized using gamma ray imagers that spot the radioactive Technetium-99m tracer that’s injected near a tumor.
It is known as the “vending machine problem” — where the appearance of a world-beating technological nation masks a country that retains some surprisingly low-tech ways.
While Samsung continues to reap the rewards of being the world’s largest Android partner, it also has its eyes set on the future of the connected home.