Any attention paid to the big tech events, such as the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) or Mobile World Congress, confirms that the take up and potential for IoT (Internet of Things) are both on steep upward trajectories.
The smart – or connected – home market will be worth more than US$100 billion in a few years. The opportunities fall into several, but interconnected, camps.
The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES2016) in Las Vegas has wrapped up. With 160,000 attendees, 3,800 exhibitors and almost 2.5 million square feet of exhibit space, it is the largest electronics show in the world.
Grim sales forecasts for smartwatch sales have been reaffirmed by new research commissioned by The BIO Agency, which found just 6% of British adults intend to buy one in the next 12 months.
IBM (NYSE:IBM), STMicroelectronics (NYSE:STM) and Shaspa have announced a collaboration to use cloud and mobile computing to enable consumers to manage and interact with their homes’ functions and entertainment systems.
January 14, 2013 — With the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) only just closed it’s interesting to see what dominated discussions. Crimson Hexagon’s social media analysis platform, ForSight, monitored social media conversations surrounding CES, by analysing Twitter and Facebook posts throughout the event.
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