Singapore-based startup Igloohome hopes to provide a solution that would help solve the ‘hosting’ problems of businesses like Airbnb, using smart home technologies, reports Benjamin Cher.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is transforming family life through the wireless connection of devices in the home, such as smart meters and security systems, helping to save money and increase peace of mind, according to new research issued today by the GSM Association (GSMA).
CSPs’ entertainment offerings seemingly become less relevant in the fast-paced technology world, but one possible way for CSPs to grow user base, margins and revenue per customer is to look into the ‘smart-life’ market, writes Yoosuf Mohamed of Cognizant Technologies.
Check Point has issued an alert on ‘Misfortune Cookie,’ a critical vulnerability that allows an intruder to remotely take over a residential gateway device and use it to attack the devices connected to it.
IDC envisions 2015 will be the year when the Internet of Things (IoT) starts to deliver against the hype, but it will require vendors and customers alike to change their approach.
The falling cost of adding sensing and communications to consumer products will mean that a typical family home, in a mature affluent market, could contain several hundred smart objects by 2022, according to Gartner Inc.
DNA founder Karamjit Singh finds that TM R&D has moved away from its slow past and is morphing into a more dynamic organisation.
Massive technology-led disruption across all industries is moving everyone and everything globally towards a state of ‘connected everything’ where into the 2020s, tens of millions of people will be connected by trillions of things and applications as a result of connected industries, according to Frost & Sullivan.
By 2017, mobile apps will be downloaded more than 268 billion times, generating revenue of more than US$77 billion and making them one of the most popular computing tools for users across the globe, according to Gartner Inc.