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August 11, 20213 Industries Transformed by the Internet of Things
Internet of Things (IoT) is not only impacting endpoint devices but also completely transforming industries through new business models. Specifically, the health care, logistics, and real estate industries are prime opportunities for early adopters. IoT is poised to be the next frontier of artifici...More details
August 18, 2021Shifts in the Need and Demand for Universal Remotes
The frustration is real when it comes to managing multiple battery-powered remote controllers. Thanks to advancements in entertainment and technology, things are starting to shift for the better. As consumers purchase new entertainment systems, such as smart TVs, streaming devices, Blu-ray playe...More details
August 25, 2021What Do the Smartest Buildings in the World Have in Common?
Smart buildings, such as the Edge business building in Amsterdam, use energy harvesting and endpoint intelligence to run as the greenest buildings in the world. The Edge itself relies on 28,000 sensors to optimize the workspace for 25,000 employees with half as many desks. The smart sensors embedde...More details
September 1, 2021How Ultra-Low Power SoC Is Enabling More Advanced Hearable Applications
Internet of Things (IoT) technology can be complex and ambiguous to the average person. Interconnected devices contribute to IoT, making the world we live in more intuitive and seamless. One sector benefiting from recent advances in this technology is the hearables industry. Hearables are define...More details
September 8, 20214 Emerging Trends in Smart Toys for Kids and Young Adults
With the market rapidly expanding and expected to grow to $18 billion by 2023, seeing toys evolve doesn’t come as a surprise, as we see devices and appliances become smarter in our homes. Smart toys are known as battery-powered, engaging, and customizable electronic devices integrated with artifi...More details
September 15, 2021Could Wearables Be the Key for Effective Weight Management?
Fitness trackers, such as smartwatches and bands, were among the first wearables that became widely adopted by consumers. Wearables can help us to track our fitness and health habits and set measurable goals. But new wearable solutions, such as the Lume™ calorimeter, can go as far as measuri...More details