The Year In IoT
Welcome everyone! As we look back on what's happened in the past year, I've decided to devote this first issue of 2019 to the most popular articles from IoT Weekly News on the Internet of Things in 2018. Based on YOU (the community of subscribers to IoT Weekly News), these are the most visited articles in the past year. I'm certain you'll find this selection of articles of value as you plan and build your next generation of connected products, applications and services in the field.
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Startup Wiliot Promises No-Battery Bluetooth Beacons in 2019
Thanks to Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, the modern world is awash in 2.4-GHz radiation. A semiconductor startup in Israel, Wiliot, thinks it can use some of that RF energy to free the Internet-of-Things from batteries and other energy storage devices.
Best of CES 2018: A Glimpse of Brilliant, Necessary and/or Totally Crazy Technologies to Come
With nearly 4,000 exhibiting companies, CESholds too many inventions to share in one place, but we comb through them, looking for the most remarkable examples that shine a light on the innovations that will play a role in our future.
IoT, AR and AI – How This Year’s CES Announcements Will Affect IT Infrastructure in 2018
As adoption of these technologies continues, enterprises will look for new ways to direct traffic from users, automate routing decisions and provide an always-on, secure connection.
Eight Ways the Internet of Things Will Change the Way We Live and Work
By 2020, there will be tens of billions of data-spouting devices connected to the Internet. And they're already changing how we live and work. Read on about how Home and Office, Cities, Manufacturing and a number of other verticals are examined.
Microsoft On The Move On Day One Build 2018 With Big Edge IoT, AI, And Mixed Reality Expansion
I’m back on the road again attending Microsoft Build 2018 in Seattle, Washington. The company’s annual developer’s conference is always a highlight of the season for me, with developers, partners, press, analysts, and some customers all coming together to hear about the latest and greatest from the tech giant. Read on to learn more..
Google I/O 2018: All the Highlights From Google's Annual Keynote
Bored of writing emails? Gmail is going to do it for you. Use your phone too much? The next Android software will warn you about it. Google announced a lot at its yearly developer conference.
Answers to Simplifying IoT's 6 Biggest Complex Challenges
Many IoT projects fail, yet discussion of this new basket of tech continues. Here are our solutions to six of the biggest challenges of launching a project.
Network World: Spray-on Antennas Will Revolutionize the Internet of Things
In what could be a giant leap for Internet of Things (IoT) form factors, scientists say they have invented a spray-on antenna. And the bug-spray-like application will outperform traditional metal antennas, they claim.
The State of the Next IT Transformation
In recent years, computing workloads have been migrating: first from on-premises data centres to the cloud and now, increasingly, from cloud data centres to 'edge' locations where they are nearer the source of the data being processed. The goal? To boost the performance and reliability of apps and services, and reduce cost of running them, by shortening the distance data has to travel, thereby mitigating bandwidth and latency issues.
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Growing Pains: The 2018 Internet of Things Landscape
Great long form article on why the Internet of Things has been slow to take off, why it's in the state it's in and what we might be seeing in 2018 and going forward.