Samsung debuts Internet of Trousers for April Fools’ Day with Wi-Fly support
Samsung, OnePlus, T-Mobile and Verizon all want to entertain their customers for April Fools’, with nutty things like Internet of Trousers and Binge On Up.
Pocketnow Smart Home Series
Pocketnow Smart Home: Beautify your home with a smart sprinkler controller
In recent years, our phones have evolved into the “universal remote control”…
Pocketnow Smart Home Series
Pocketnow Smart Home: the pros and cons of Nest
In recent years, our phones have evolved into the “universal remote control”…
Pocketnow Smart Home Series
Pocketnow Smart Home: automation with rules and scenes
In recent years, our phones have evolved into the “universal remote control”…
Pocketnow Smart Home Series
Pocketnow Smart Home: adding sensors and devices
Once you’ve installed your hub and decided on which sensors to get it’s time to add your smart home sensors and devices to your smart hub. Here’s how.
hidden risks of wifi
Wi-Fi HaLow (802.11ah) goes low-frequency for IoT devices
Connecting disparate, limited-function devices together so that they can work as such…
LG SmartThinQ Hub debuts ahead of CES with smart speaker and smart home capabilities
The LG SmartThinQ Hub basically takes the concept behind the Amazon Echo to the next level, blending smart speaker and smart home controller features.
Patent docs show off a Samsung smart ring
The mood rings you used to buy at the dollar store had…
Philips backtracks on blocking unapproved Hue bulbs: an Internet of Things victory
Your voices have been heard: we’re getting a Philips Hue backtrack on its bulb-blocking firmware update.
DRM claims a victim in the Internet of Things, as Phillips Hue blocks competing smart light bulbs
Philips Hue DRM arrives for the smart light bulb platform, with an update to the Hue hub blocking access to previously supported third-party bulbs.
Bluetooth 4.1
The future of Bluetooth: what to expect and why you should care
Connected devices and the Internet of Things are the future of Bluetooth. Here’s how all that will apply to you.
The Internet of Things may grow up to 30% in 2016, claim analysts
Learn more about the future of the Internet of Things, as today we get to know how it might grow depending each product and its category
Bluetooth 4.1
Bluetooth upgrades will double speed, quadruple range in 2016
For a long time, Bluetooth has been more of a novelty wireless connection…
Misfit Shine 2 debuts as a fitness wearable meeting up with the internet of things
The wearable tech category has seen some intense stratification in its infancy.…
Google OnHub
Here’s what the Google OnHub should have been
OnHub is Google’s first foray into home networking. It gets a lot of things it gets right, but not everything. Here’s what’s wrong, and why it matters.
LG SmartThinQ intends to add smart features to existing dumb appliances
Learn more about the LG SmartThinQ Sensor, which plans to make even dumb appliances somewhat smart with some nifty new features.
Google announces OnHub, a pricey Wi-Fi router that claims ease of use
Learn more about Google’s OnHub, a new new Wi-Fi router that intends to offer a very simplistic solution for users, even though at a steep price tag
Amazon Echo gets some Skills with major update
The robot servant continues its manifestation as Amazon has now bolstered its software…