Think home automation and Nest comes to mind, bringing Google in its wake, and now there’s the Google Brillo platform for the IoT… Here’s the next in our Home Automation series.
I’m not a gamer myself, but I think it’s worth monitoring what the keenest competitors will be using, if only to get a handle on how quickly I’m being left behind!
I hope the significance of 21 October 2015 hasn’t escaped you. Yes, it’s the 210th anniversary of the Battle of Trafalgar. And, it’s also that day in the future back in Back To The Future…
Think a Linux LightBulb is OTT? Actually, it is VLC, visible light communications.
Let’s push on with our series on smart home technology. Our next home networking option – waiting for a proto-Gadget Master to get busy – is the Apple HomeKit, the company’s home automation platform (a “a high-level device connectivity framework”, in its own words).
Would you like to live in a smart home? With some intelligent living? There’s a lot interest in home networking these days, and the promise or threat of the IoT is even larger in the background.
Fancy a bit of 360 degree camera work? Check out the Kodak Pixpro SP360.
The phrase ‘knock on wood’ may take on a new techy meaning, if a Texan company has its way.
Small, but perfectly formed? Instamic can put quality audio recording in your pocket, it claims.
Want to feel totally secure with your smartphone? French firms Ercom (mobile test) and Logic Instrument (device maker) have announced they are collaborating on introducing “a complete secure smartphone solution” – ‘Fieldbook Secure’ is the name. Doubtless it will generate interest – everyone wants secure communication for voice, messaging and data traffic, after all. The companies claim Fieldbook Secure’s “fast octa-core processor with 1.7GHz ...