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Don’t Force Voice-Enabled Devices to Communicate With Non-Voice-Enabled Devices

Smart homes are great, but the WiFi that connects most smart speakers doesn't handle voice well. ULE Alliance's DECT-based standard can help.
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Be Wary of the Downside of IoT Success

The runaway success of Internet of Things (IoT) devices presents fascinating ways to implement them within both customer-facing businesses and manufacturing plants. However, there's a prob...

Edge Computing at CES 2019: Developing for Speed & Security

As technology becomes more advanced, hardware companies are looking for more ways to innovate. Companies like Atomsic are focusing on preserving battery life with their energy harvesting technology...
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Top Challenges to Successful IoT Initiatives — And How to Overcome Them

Calum McClelland, Director of Projects at Leverege, provides strategies and solutions for overcoming the obstacles that often hinder IoT initiatives.
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MEMS 2.0: IoT Pressure Sensors

Air pressure sensors are very useful MEMS devices. They have applications in IoT that range from weather monitoring to indoor asset tracking.

Creating the Internet of Everything

Skyhook presents a white paper that illustrates four key factors impacting IoT: hardware costs, network tech, location services, and cloud services.
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6 Reasons Smart Home Devices Malfunction and How to Repair Them

Smart home devices are becoming more popular every day, and that means adoption is growing. By 2022, the global smart home market is expected to exceed $53 billion. But what happens when the ...
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Your Guide to Understanding the Current Component Shortages

Managing 700,000 parts across 27,000 suppliers at any given time provides us with unique insight into key commodity trends, strategies and shortages. Therefore, it goes without saying that it'...
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Why Do IoT Devices Die?

We called it the blue ring of death. The Ubi would power on and then be lit up with a blue LED ring, then power cycle again after two minutes. It would repeat the process endlessly or until the use...