The popularity of smartwatches and jewelry is gaining momentum as more people discover the convenience of having the power of the internet literally in the palms of their hand, in addition to the Internet of Things (IoT) concept in the marketplace.
The connected home is focused on ease of use and convenience. Have you ever left the house and wondered if you turned the heater off, or locked the front door? Well, with the connected home, there’s an app for that!
Smartphones have become the new norm. In a world of constant connectivity, smartphones are like little personal assistants, keeping us on top of our work and social schedules, enabling us to chart our health, browse the latest news, and access thousands of powerful apps.
One of the key security concerns with smart homes is ensuring that devices are not vulnerable to hacking and cyber attack. Let’s take a look at how-to create a smart home while following cybersecurity best practices.
Wearable devices, the connected home, and the connected car are all relatively recent technologies, yet have quickly become the new rage in tech. Everything from the devices in your pocket to the appliances in your home and the car you drive can transmit information about your life habits because they all have one thing in common...