Do you understand your reasonable expectation of privacy and the Internet of Things? Privacy in different situations is changing thanks to the IoT.
Our homes are getting “smarter” every day. They have smart security systems, smart lighting, smart beds—hell, even the toilets are smart. And don’t get us started on the heuristic thermostats and smartwatch-controlled cars. The home of the future is here today, so come along with us for a tour of the futuristic House of 2016.
The cells can build structures that can be modified at will.
A team of Harvard researchers have designed a foldable material that can be programmed to assume almost any shape.
Flight, 3D printed furniture, deleteable walls - Here are just some of the things the next hundred years has to offer our homes.
French company Netatmo unveils a new smart surveillance camera that can identify would-be intruders to determine if it poses a legitimate threat
Ford and Amazon are collaborating in order to allow users to connect their cars and homes via Amazon’s Echo.
Over 350,000 people subscribe to our newsletter.
Sign in to join the conversation.