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Should You Use Serverless Architecture for Your IoT Solution?

Should You Use Serverless Architecture for Your IoT Solution?

We are living in the age of unprecedented industry disruption caused by a rapid speed of technological development, particularly in the area of the...

IoT Evolution West 2017 – 7 Takeaways from Las Vegas

Greetings from rainy Las Vegas! Yes, you read that right. It does pour every now and then in the desert. Despite the less-than-ideal weather...
Examining 5 IEEE Protocols - ZigBee, WiFi, Bluetooth, BLE, and WiMax

Examining 5 IEEE Protocols – ZigBee, WiFi, Bluetooth, BLE, and WiMax

Various types of wireless technology and networks allow devices to speak (send data) to each other and to the web (TCP/IP Networks) without cables....
How to Explain IoT to your Grandparents

How to Explain IoT to Your Grandparents

Chances are, your grandparents haven’t heard of IoT (unless they are very ‘down with the kids’). So, where would you even start with how...
How Does the Internet Work? - A Simple Explanation of the Internet

How Does the Internet Work? – A Simple Explanation of the Internet

You're on vacation in Italy, sitting at a nice café (with free Wi-Fi). It's a few days into your trip now and you've taken...
How to add Alexa to a Raspberry Pi

How to Add Alexa to a Raspberry Pi (Or Any Linux Device)

Voice assistants have definitely become a trend, with options like Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, and Apple's Siri. What really differs them from each other...

How Does WiFi Work?  –  8 Things You Didn’t Know About Wifi

Ah, good ‘ole WiFi. From helping us to keep our phone bill low (except March, goddammit) to allowing our laptops/tablets/etc. to connect to the...
What is CBRS? - LTE in 3.5 GHz Shared Spectrum and What it Means for IoT

What is CBRS? – LTE in 3.5 GHz Shared Spectrum and What it Means...

The CBRS Alliance is looking more and more powerful every day. The group, which advocates for LTE services in the 3.5 GHz Citizens Broadband...
Unlicensed LTE Explained - LTE-U vs. LAA vs. LWA vs. Multefire

Unlicensed LTE Explained – LTE-U vs. LAA vs. LWA vs. Multefire

By now, you’ve probably read through Mary Meeker’s 2017 Internet Trends report and confirmed that mobile is still eating the world. Mobile internet usage...
Open Source Software and Hardware for the Internet of Things

Open Source Software and Hardware for the Internet of Things

The descriptor “open source” is primarily associated with software, the source code of which is freely accessible for examination, use, and expansion by users...

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