I love my new home automation system. But it didn't come without pain and frustration.
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Sonos walked away from the cliff. But abandonment of legacy customers is precisely what's wrong with IoT.
Until we look to emulate the open models of Wi-Fi and PCs, IoT will always be a source of never-ending e-waste.
Internet of walled gardens? Go single vendor with your IoT, or else.
Hate is back in fashion again. Tech is no exception when it comes to being the target of our anger and frustration -- but this stuff truly deserves it.
The open sourcing of a device stack, the cloud APIs, and cloud services "glue" needs to happen during the entire lifecycle of an IoT product -- not at the end of its life.
Apple may be bringing electrocardiograms (EKG or ECG) to the masses with Watch Series 4, but EKG innovator AliveCor has more tricks up its sleeve with remote patient monitoring and machine analytics to detect other conditions besides Atrial Fibrillation.
Boo-hoo. A bungled Internet of Things (IoT) update means you can't switch your swimming pool to spa mode. Laugh all you want: When the HVAC or your home security system fails, the implications are serious.
My entire residence is under voice command. It's always listening. Isn't this what we wanted?
How many more of these IoT devices that use DRM technology to validate the use of proprietary refills do we have to endure?