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Historically, consumer IoT products have almost-exclusively leveraged Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. Not anymore. Looking ahead at 2020 and beyond, wide-spread introduction of IoT products with embedded cellular connectivity to the consumer market. Low-power cellular networks (CAT-M and NB-IoT) with low-cost modules and data plans, the rise of the "subscription-as-a-service" era, and heightened customer service expectations are a few contributing factors to this new trend in IoT.
NFC isn't just useful on its own. IT can be used in conjunction with other cutting-edge technologies such as the Internet of Things to creat dynamic, engaging experiences for customers. In this article, we look at how NFC has evolved from its early days to now driving compelling experiences for consumers looking for more ways to engage with its favorite brands.
Connected products are transforming the relationship between users and brands. Companies need to move beyond static products and find new opportunities.
Security and operational risks could quickly damage trust in and dampen enthusiasm for consumer IoT products before full market acceptance.
Facebook's efforts to make an impact in the consumer IoT market may be too late, and their integration with Alexa technology is a barrier to competition. Still, Facebook Portal offers a valuable video interface to digital assistant functions and likely represents a bridge to future video-chat technology.
With continuous advances in IoT, people’s lives are becoming more connected, easier and better. Our commitment to IoT security must grow with the trend.
On this #AskIoT episode, we discuss how the smart home market will evolve in the next 3-5 years, the role of privacy in the smart home and trends in the connected device market.
CES typically brings up two emotions: excitement for the new products being displayed and dread for those of us who spend hours a day walking miles around the city of Las...
When it comes to our health, we have a ton of options to monitor it via smart devices. Our phones are now pedometers to measure how far we walk, help us...
A lot of the innovation around the Internet of Things (IoT) is coming from IoT startups, but are they worth buying from? Or are they too risky?