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World’s Smallest Chip: The Catalyst for IoT by 2020

Cloud computing and the Internet of Things are now inseparable. The Cloud will hold all the data and processing power to enable IoT on a global scale. But is the cloud big and powerful enough for the entire world of users and devices to be hooked up? With the world‘s ... Read More »

IoT-enabled Smart Meter for Water Usage and Leakage Tracking

The Internet of Things (IoT) technology has taken the world by storm in the last couple of years. The technology is literally everywhere. From smart home to blockchain, IoT finds its use in every aspect of the today’s fast-moving world of technology. WaterOn in India In the city of Bengaluru, ... Read More »

AI Chips For Smarter Homes, Cars, and Phones

Artificial Intelligence is entering our homes, our game consoles, and our phones. Need faster gameplay while chatting live on videos? Fancy a game of Go with the world champion on your desktop? VR your living room from your phone? This is the right time to ask. Machine Learning is bringing ... Read More »

Ocean Drones: Exploring The Other Two-Thirds of Our Planet

We may know more about the moon than we do about our oceans. A graduate MIT engineer is fixing that. Her swarm of autonomous swimming bots will truly explore the oceans, unrestricted by false human perception or little knowledge of what lies beneath. Until today, most people use drones to ... Read More »

Cheaper Ways to Connect to The Internet of Things

As the world’s tech giants make homes smarter and cars drive themselves, a small group of researchers and enthusiasts are making IoT affordable and building it around what the rest of the people in the world really need — such as mousetrap alerts. There’s more to IoT than pushing videos ... Read More »

Securing 30 Billion Smart Devices by 2020

In the rush to deliver smart devices to the masses, most manufacturers have failed the security test, leaving both users and devices exposed to hackers. 2016 has been a wake-up call for device makers. The real battle begins now. 30 billion devices will be connected to the Internet by the ... Read More »

Selfie Drones and Smart Suitcases: Will the Ideas Fly?

The more independent machines and devices are when connected to the Internet of Things, the more data and information they can collect for the Internet of Things to work. Autonomous devices such drones and suitcases are taking off with some ideas of their own. At the height of the drone ... Read More »

Arriving Shortly: Flying Cabs and Robo-Taxis

As the Internet of Things takes shape, machines are quickly engineered to be fully autonomous. Smart cars or self-driving cars are among the most exciting sectors. Automakers are racing to be the first, and this includes self-flying cars. However, the high cost of autonomous vehicle systems and safety regulations mean ... Read More »