Major publications are really worried about Alexa, Siri, and Google's digital assistant these days. That's because, so far, these products aren't using generative AI, a set of machine learning models that are trained to guesstimate the next set of … [Read more...]
What exactly is a unified LPWAN and why do we want one?
This is the year of the Low-Power Wide-Area Network (LPWAN). And much like in home or even industrial networks, where multiple wireless protocols cozy up to one another, when it comes to blanketing large areas with low data-rate connectivity, users … [Read more...]
Connectivity has changed the needs of the embedded market
At Embedded World this week, companies are showing off embedded chips with more of everything: more memory, more performance, more accelerators, more software options, more cloud integrations, and yes, more security. What used to be a fairly staid … [Read more...]
Ting is building out an IoT network to monitor the public grid
Whisker Labs, the company behind the Ting sensor that plugs into homes and monitors for electrical faults to prevent fires, has expanded its network of residential sensors to the point where it can now start offering insights to utilities about the … [Read more...]
Why is the browser a second-class citizen in smart homes?
As we've added more connected devices to our homes and more connectivity to cars, we’ve become locked into the app economy. What the heck ever happened to the good ol’ web? I recently asked myself that question as I was testing a de-Googled … [Read more...]
- Next Page »