Hearing aids of the past limited the wearer’s access to many personal audio devices such as mobile phones and music players. Emerging solutions enable the hearing-impaired to fully utilize their smartphone and improve their listening experience all day long.
As adoption of proximity technology gathers pace, the next generation of beacons have already hit the market. Thinner, lighter, more portable and equipped with sensors, “nearables” open up a whole new range of possibilities for keen app developers.Read More ❯
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The Internet of Things (IoT) enables new innovation everywhere. New products and services are constantly developed. By connecting us to online services these products make our lives easier, especially by handling simple little things that we do regularily.
But what might seem like a simple situation to handle may be trickier than it appears, and some tasks require very clever solutions.
The process of paying your car tolls would seem like a perfect candidate for automation via smartphone. Reality, however, proves much more complex.
Although home automation was one of the first implementations of Internet of Things (IOT), it’s still maturing. Automating everyday tasks and increasing home efficiency are major advantages of home automation, but security concerns must be addressed.
The market has plenty of room to grow. According to Researchandmarkets.com, the global DIY home automation market is expected to reach USD 21.30 billion by 2020.Read More ❯
The amount of connected devices is projected to grow from 2 billion objects in 2006 to 200 billion by 2020. That’s the equivalent of 26 smart devices for every person on the planet! The time to sit up and take notice is now, so let’s take a look at the impact this trend will have on your business.Read More ❯