Will 5G be an evolution or a revolution? Experts disagree, but it'll drive a surge in IoT technology and expand the horizon of tech's capabilities.
We can address the increasingly complex IoT cybersecurity landscape by holding our vendors, partners and ourselves above all fully accountable.
This past week President Trump signed an executive order titled The American Artificial Intelligence Initiative (AAII). Here is all you need to know.
IoT can extend an abusive person's reach manifold. Only by combining the social with the technological can we address this alarming risk.
IoT and "digital twins" will assist in sorting food products nearing their "best-before" dates, allowing retails to give food to hunger-stricken populations.
FirstNet is enabling first responders to act both more effectively and more safely in emergency situations through the use of next-gen technologies.
As we look onward into 2019, let's reflect on the top trends in IoT and related disciplines. Those include artificial intelligence, connected and hybrid clouds, edge computing, cellular IoT innovation through 5G, and more. The future looks promising but many challenges remain.
Smart home business models are evolving rapidly through the development of new IoT products and services. New data processing paradigms are emerging.
There are nine factors IoT firms must be aware of to achieve success in the coming years. They involve ensuring that IoT tools can connect to other standards and systems, remembering that IoT Interacts with the real world, achieving future-proofed scalability through a hub-and-zone model, and more.
Augmented reality (AR) is a way of superimposing helpful information onto a video feed of the real world. The potential for AR innovations to improve marketing outcomes is staggering. IoT and AR can together both generate user insights for marketers and enhance experiences for customers.