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Revolutionizing IoT Through AI: Why They’re Perfect Together

The Internet of Things (IoT) is transforming the way we learn because it is altering the way we live. AI experts say that the AI-driven IoT is going to change our lives in unprecedented ways.

Security Vulnerabilities of Amazon Echo and Other Virtual Assistants

Read this post and find about security vulnerabilities found in Amazon Echo and Yandex Station as weall as about dodgy apps on Alexa and Google Home.
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Intellithings Announces Expanded Functionality for RoomMe; Further Enhances True Occupancy Automation for Smart Homes

RoomMe now features voice assistant support, smartwatch-based location tracking and additional smart home integrations.

Six Tips to Secure Your IoT Devices This Holiday Season

6 tips from NETSCOUT's Chief Security Officer on how consumers can secure their IoT devices this holiday season.
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The Ultimate Holiday Gift Guide for IoT Enthusiasts

Happy holidays from IoT For All! Here's our holiday gift guide, featuring connected gifts we're sure will delight everyone.

The pHin Smart Water Monitor System Measures Water Chemistry for Easy DIY Pool Maintenance

Made for indoor or outdoor pools, swim spas, and hot tubs, pHin guides water balance and alerts when it needs attention.

The Three Easiest Ways to Enhance Home IoT Device Security

Today's home IoT devices are a security nightmare. Here are three simple ways that home users should protect themselves and the other devices connected to their home networks.
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IoT and Advertising With a Dash of Creativity

As our world is becoming digital, digital marketing is making its way into our lives. IoT is the hot topic because it can be combined with advertising to generate fruitful results.
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Shades Get Smarter with Hunter Douglas PowerView Motorization

Window treatments aren’t one-size-fits-all; Hunter Douglas combines connectivity and customization to suit any smart home.

Detecting People With a Raspberry Pi, a Thermal Camera and Machine Learning

This article will show you how to:- Install a thermal camera, monitor it remotely and capture frames at regular intervals- Train a simple machine learning model to detect the presence of people in the thermal camera frames- Automate the execution of custom tasks depending on whether people are detected or not