Internet of Things

Samsara senses AI and automation advances for IIoT in 2023


As 2023 kicks off, the industrial transformation continues to accelerate with automation, artificial intelligence and edge-cloud platforms at the core. From production and supply chains to fleet and logistics, companies are leveraging technology to become data-driven. On January 17, Samsara -- a US-based industrial IoT cloud operations provider with over 15,000 core customers -- brought together a group of experts for a virtual panel. The panel discussed 2023 IIoT predictions, C-suite executives' priorities and tech investments. Experts agreed that AI and automation would be big disruptors, increasing safety, efficiency and sustainability.

These are the best Echo devices to gain hands-free control of your smart home, and more


Just like the continuous stream of new Kindle models, there seems to be an ever-growing list of Amazon Echo devices to choose from. There's the Echo Dot, the Echo Show -- there are even Echo Buds! Some of them have numbers attached to their name, and they all have multiple generations. It's a real whirlwind -- which is why we're here to help pull you out of that Echo chamber and find the best Amazon Echo device (or devices!) for you and your home. Before we try to make sense of all your different options, let's just define what an Amazon Echo device is, was, and has become.

Cybersecurity, Cloud and AI & Robotics


Brian Comiskey, director of thematic programs at the CTA, hosted a panel walking through why innovation at the long term is important, with a focus on cybersecurities, Cloud Ai and robotics. The panel included Robert Blumofe from Akamai, Veronica Lancaster from the CTA and Efram Slen from Nasdaq. "I would characterize them as being in a reality phase," said Blumofe. These are colliding with reality, whereas AI and Cloud is delivering on their promise." According to the panelists, the realities of rising costs are going to transform the future.

BI Developer at Armis Security - New Delhi, Delhi, India


Armis is looking for a few of the very best people in their field to join our A-team of big thinkers, doers, movers, and shakers. This unique opportunity truly offers the best of all worlds--start up culture, enterprise level benefits and security, and top pay for the industry. Good, keep reading, it only gets better. Ok, so what exactly does Armis do? Connected assets are growing at an explosive rate, across every industry and every geo.

The Next Industry Disruptors: AI and Quantum Computing


Artificial intelligence and quantum computing are the two most disruptive technologies of the 21st century. While the effects of AI will be felt across many industries, it will likely have the biggest impact on healthcare. The implications of quantum computers are even more far-reaching, with potential applications across all sectors. As these technologies continue to develop, they're poised to drastically reshape our world over the next several decades -- so how can businesses stay ahead of this technological revolution? Supercomputers are used in scientific research, military applications and commercial applications. They're also used in education, entertainment and finance.

How to Extend Your Eero Mesh With Amazon Echo Speakers (2023)


If you have an Eero mesh system, you can extend your Wi-Fi network with select Echo devices. Amazon acquired Eero in 2019, and the company has continued to turn out some of the best mesh Wi-Fi routers around. The Eero range is especially good for Alexa-based smart homes, offering tight integration if you link your Amazon and Eero accounts. Read on to find out which Echo devices can act as Eero Wi-Fi extenders and how to set them up, but note that Eero Built-in is only available in the US and Canada for now. If you buy something using links in our stories, we may earn a commission.

IoT 2022 in review: The 10 most relevant IoT developments of the year


As we start 2023, the IoT Analytics team has again evaluated the past year's main IoT developments in the global "Internet of Things" arena. This article highlights some general observations and our top 10 IoT stories from 2022, a year characterized by a skyrocketing inflation rate, ongoing supply disruptions, and a looming recession. The 4.4% global growth forecast for the year (from January 2022) was almost certainly not reached, and the outlook for 2023 has been lowered to a meager 2.7% (as of Oct 2022). The Nasdaq Composite, one of the key indices for technology companies, fell 33.1% in 2022. Against this backdrop, IoT 2022 markets held up somewhat steadily, with the number of connected IoT devices growing to approximately 14.4 billion (exact update coming in a few weeks) with roughly $202 billion in IoT enterprise spending (IoT Analytics will publish the 2022 IoT spending actuals shortly). The public relevance of the term "IoT," which had been on the decline since October 2018, climbed back up by more than 30% to reach its all-time high levels in Q1 2022. Throughout 2022, we monitored significant developments regarding IoT technology. In the aftermath of the global pandemic and war in Ukraine, reports of congested ports, suppliers halting production, or critical cargo going missing became normal news in 2022.

6 Technologies for enterprises that will shape 2023


Technology has a purpose to address the issues of our world and perfect our lives as far as possible. Like every January, we are at the doorstep of another important year that promises bigger developments across the tech lanes. While 2022 witnessed many new platforms and products, 2023 will testify to their worth amidst the growing concerns of a recession, says Yash Mehta, an IoT and big data science specialist. In this post, I pick my top 6 technologies that shall dominate the narrative for 2023. IoT had a great stint in 2022 which is most likely to continue this year. Till now, we have seen successful case studies in home automation, healthcare, vehicles etc.

Why has Alphabet hit the panic button? Only Google can answer that question John Naughton

The Guardian

In a strange way, the best thing that could have happened to Google (now masquerading as Alphabet, its parent company) was Facebook. Because although Google invented surveillance capitalism, arguably the most toxic business model since the opium trade, it was Facebook that got into the most trouble for its abuses of it. The result was that Google enjoyed an easier ride. Naturally, it had the odd bit of unpleasantness with the EU, with annoying fines and long drawn out legal wrangles. But it was the Facebook boss, Mark Zuckerberg – not Google's Larry Page, Sergey Brin and their adult supervisor Eric Schmidt – who was awarded the title of evil emperor of the online world.

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