The Internet of Things is growing exponentially. McKinsey predicts that there will be between 20 to 30 billion connected devices by 2020. So, before you have to deal with Siri in your toaster or use a smartphone for your lightbulbs (wait, that’s already happening), we thought it was a good
Hearables are the newest trend in wearable technology, and it’s easy to see why: people have always enjoyed listening to their music discreetly, on-the-go. Therefore, taking the technology normal earbuds and headsets have even further is the obvious next step. If you are new to this type of technology or
Dojo by BullGuard announces the release of its Intelligent IoT Security Platform at MWC to offer digital and physical protection against cyber-criminals attacking smart home devices Dojo by BullGuard, the IoT cybersecurity provider keeping the smart connected home secure and private, is announcing the release of its Intelligent IoT Security
In the middle of the nineteenth century, archaeologists found the earliest known locking devices at the Palace of Khorsabad in what is now Iraq. The contraption, a wooden pin lock, dates back to around 4000 B.C. The pins inside the locking mechanism prevented the wooden bolt securing the door from
Developed out of research work at CentraleSupélec and Cognac-G (Unit of The French National Center for Scientific Research CNRS), startup company Immersive Therapy unveils Diapason, a solution that makes daily life easier for the 10% of the population – including an increasing number of young people – affected by tinnitus.