Evolving Internet of Things technology is paving the way for ongoing innovation—from smart thermostats and smart cars to other smart devices—through continuous access to its data streams. And while ongoing access to that data inspires the magic behind Internet of Things solutions, it also offers an
Internet-based advertising and marketing channels continue to evolve, but establishing true causality between ads and sales has long remained elusive. Now, the Internet of Things is changing the game. Gain an understanding of how the Internet of Things enables the blending of sales, marketing and
Google’s recent announcement of Project Brillo, a Weave-based OS for the Internet of Things ecosystem, raises some interesting questions—and some concerns. The OS aims to advance the Internet of Things by enabling connected devices and sensors to speak the same language, but it has other potential
Eric Schmidt, Steve Ballmer and Chris Hughes were among the "Mastermind" speakers at Gartner Symposium. Here are the highlights from their jam-packed Q&A sessions:
Chris Hughes: "Facebook was very much a social project"
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