5 ways where Internet of Things will gain traction in 2018

Internet of Things IoT

Business leaders and technology enthusiasts have been talking about Internet of Things(IoT) for years. But with the launch of products like Google Home and Amazon Echo, IoT is expected to start taking off in 2018. It is estimated that about 30 billion connected devices by 2020. The current count is

Android wear 2.0 roll out starts up powering many wearables

Android wear 2.0

Android Wear 2.0 has been officially released last year with Developer Preview but the public release happened only last February. OEMs were quick to roll out OTA updates and the new OS version has given most of these smartwatches more exciting functions and useful features. We’re expecting that unlike last

This chart depicts the AI explosion at Google over the years

There have been many publications in various fields from Google over the years but the AI publications trend shows how Google is trying to transform it to an AI first company in future. Google publications include several fields like climate change, neurosciences, computer vision, computer games,etc. Google’s growing investment in artificial

Oracle launches apps to provide insights and analysis from IoT data

Oracle IoT

Oracle announced the launch of four new cloud-based software solutions to give businesses actionable insights from the tracking of sensors connected to vehicles, machinery, and employees. These applications get smart with predictive, machine learning algorithms and quickly extend core SCM, CX, HCM and ERP processes—with real-time IoT data and insights. Predictions made

Intel wants to help your shopping with this new IoT platform

Intel IoT

Intel launched the Responsive Retail Platform which works using some set of sensors, software kits and other components for in-store tech. This can help the retailers to get insights about their stocks estimate and help customers to provide a better shopping experience. Over the next five years, Intel is planning

CES 2017: Qualcomm and Verizon collaborate for new IoT modules

Qualcomm announced a partnership with Verizon for accelerating innovation in Internet of Things(IoT) with the introduction of ThingSpace-ready modules from Quectel and Telit using Qualcomm Technologies’ M1 LTE modem. Verizon is making a development kit available to public so that it will be easier to push the boundaries of IoT space