8 must-consider criteria for evaluating IoT providers ... in his Nascar-like diagram of devices, platform providers and technology building blocks. ... decision they need to make is which IoT platforms and providers to choose for their architecture.
Apple introduced iOS 11 some time back. iOS 11 carries a whole lot of interesting stuff. Here are the best 11 features for app developers.
It's not over until it is over. The disagreement in the bitcoin community has given birth to a fork - Bitcoin Cash, which comes to life on the first of August. It will be the first time bitcoin will go through a hard fork. Everyone has their ears to the ground, waiting cautiously and expectantly. The future begins now.
Although all seems set for bitcoin to eventually scale and overcome its recent troubles with the aversion of a hard fork, the future is still uncertain to some extent. The events of the next few days will determine if we can finally hold hands and heave a sigh of relief.
With technology, it can either be used for the greater or for the greater evil. It seems that just recently that Bitcoin was used to launder ~$4 billion USD worth of Bitcoin with the capture of a Russian criminal mastermind.
Artificial Intelligence Bots- malicious or ethical are the latest trends, pushing companies to figure out multiple ways of monetizing them to their advantage. But they have turned up as the easy medium for the competitors to inflate web traffic for advertisers and brands, seriously damaging their financial capacities.
Samsung Galaxy J7 Nxt is available for a cheap price, but is there a catch to it? Read on to find out more details…
Acoustic wave sensors are devices used to identify touch and other physical disturbances in an environment. They use the modulation of surface acoustic waves to determine when and where this disturbance occurred.
LG V20 marks the smartphone with the latest Android Nougat 7.0 OS back in last year. Rather than being forgotten, here’s to the Q8 which is basically the same smartphone but smaller.
A blockchain is a distributed database, on which bitcoin protocol was based, that records and maintains a list of all transactions taking place in real time.