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Polar M600 review

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Best Android phones (December 2016): our picks, plus a giveaway

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Moto puts smartwatch development on the back burner

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These are Google Play’s best apps and games of 2016

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37,818 articles

Beyond phones: Why Qualcomm is betting big on machine learning, VR and 5G

Qualcomm may be best known for its Snapdragon processors, but the company is also investing heavily in machine learning, 5G modems, and augmented reality platforms.
by Robert Triggs1 week ago6

Google, Microsoft and others create guidelines for improving IoT security

The Broadband Internet Technical Advisory Group – an alliance formed by Google, Microsoft and others – has laid out guidelines for improving IoT security.
by Scott Adam Gordon1 week ago1

What is the problem with IoT security? – Gary explains

The Internet of Things has been in the news recently following the DDOS attack on Dyn. It highlighted the real security problems with IoT. But what is the problem? Let me explain.
by Gary Sims2 weeks ago15

A smart candle? Really?

If you thought you'd seen everything that IoT lighting innovation has to offer, think again. Meet the LuDela Smart Candle, which can be pre-ordered for $99.
by Robert TriggsSeptember 21, 201610

Bluetooth 5 officially announced, will substantially improve IoT

Not only does Bluetooth 5 quadruple the range of its predecessor, it also doubles its speed and increases data broadcasting capacity by a factor of 8.
by Sean KingJune 16, 201624

Amazon’s new Dash Button can be configured to perform pretty much any task

Amazon's new Dash Button is a programmable button that hooks users into the Internet of Things.
by Dan BartramMay 15, 20161

This home-made Smart Mirror that runs Google Now is the IoT device we all want

When the world doesn't offer you a Smart Mirror, sometimes you just have to make one yourself. At least, you do if you're a software engineer at Google with a bit of spare time on your ...
by Kris CarlonFebruary 3, 201611

Samsung’s new smart refrigerator lets you spy on the little man in the fridge

In a major boon for couch potatoes everywhere, the Samsung Family Hub refrigerator lets you keep track of events unfolding in your cooler courtesy of multiple internal cameras.
by Kris CarlonJanuary 4, 20169

LG adds the new SmartThinQ Hub to its smart home lineup

LG has just unveiled its new SmartThinQ Hub, which will serve as a gateway to smart sensors and other connected appliances in the home.
by Jimmy WestenbergDecember 30, 2015

Samsung to integrate SmartThings control into its 2016 smart TVs

Samsung has announced that its entire 2016 range of smart TVs will come with built in SmartThings control to manage your connected home.
by Robert TriggsDecember 29, 20151
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