A recent survey has revealed that despite popular belief, the majority of consumers worldwide are not so excited at the thought of connected smart homes. This comes as a surprise, especially after the amount of campaigning companies have invested in with the purpose of increasing the people’s interest in the
Nest has been one of the pioneers of the whole smart home thing. Despite their bellowed thermostat, the company has been losing ground to the other players in the market. And one of the main problems of that seemed to be the lack of new innovative products. The company has
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Sony’s engineering teams must have been extremely busy lately, as between the launch of the PlayStation VR and the impending launch of the outrageously-well-equipped Sony Xperia XZ flagship phone, the tech titan has also announced three new and revolutionary gadgets at Mobile World Congress 2017. Dubbed the Xperia Touch, Xperia
4YFN (4 Years From Now), the startup segment of Mobile World Congress has just concluded its fourth session with a resounding success. Over 19000 attendees have participated in this year’s session, representing a 60% increase in the number of visitors over last year. Over 70% of the visitors were foreigners,
SINCE time immemorial man has struggled ( and failed to some extent ) to replicate and improve his five core sensory senses in a bid to understand his environment better. For his eyes, he has struggled and strived to recreate and replace them with smart surveillance and integrated imaging systems.
WE are well in the 21st century, no doubt. And the good thing about being alive in such a time is that the newly-discovered Internet of Things lifestyle is rapidly transforming lives with breakthroughs in the automobile industry, healthcare technology, Nanoarchitecture, social media advancements, virtual reality and smart wearables just
The three buzzwords that so tremendously describe the Internet of Things. Think of smart kitchens and ovens that can detect that your stew is perfectly cooked. Imagine a thermostat that knows the indoor weather needs warming up, or cooling down. What of a TV that can translate shows’ language to