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10 Startups With Crazy Smart Products

IoT startups are trying to create amazing smart devices. Take a look at a round-up of the Top 10 weirdest IoT devices. They might seem totally bonkers!
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5 CES-Inspired IoT Trends to Dominate in 2019

CES 2019 showed us a glimpse into the future of IoT and what it will bring in the coming years. From edge computing to smart home systems to legal problems surround IoT data, let's dive in.
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3 Ways AI Has Gone Mainstream Without Anyone Noticing

Here are some examples of how mainstream AI is changing the world around us, in ways that most people probably haven't noticed.
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5 Ways the Travel Industry Is Embracing IoT

Airlines now allow smart device flight check-ins, car rentals use IoT to monitor their fleets and IoT-enabled luggage trackers to help you out.

Prototyping a Smart Cat Litter Box for $60

My coworkers wanted to be able to clean up quickly after their cats used the litter box. Here's a $60 IoT prototype that tweets them real-time updates.
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The Risk of “Credential Stuffing” to the Smart Home

"Credential stuffing" is a dangerous brute force attack to which smart home owners are particularly exposed. We need better admin. and cybersecurity practices.
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Privacy as a Privilege: The Flip Side of Tech Advances

From smart homes to smart cars to smart cities, IoT enables new government surveillance practices. What should the average citizen make of this?
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Trilateration vs. Triangulation for Indoor Positioning Systems

Trilateration relies on signal strength as an analogy for distance. Triangulation relies on timing differences in the reception of tags' signals.
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Is the Market Ready for Fully-Connected Smart Homes?

The smart home market needs to find ways to spike adoption and to assuage the many concerns consumers now have about smart homes.
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What Owning a Real Smart Home Is Actually Like

What is it actually like to own a smart home? There's a long way to go. TL;DR—don’t invest in a smart home unless you know what you’re doing.

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