Auracast broadcast audio is transforming the way we share and enjoy sound. Join our audio product engineering expert as we delve into the Bluetooth technologies’ capabilities, implications and real-world applications in the future of audio.
Wireless connectivity is cheap enough to use in disposable products opening up countless applications for our customers. So, is disposable Bluetooth something less robust than regular Bluetooth? What makes it disposable?
As we continue to adjust to the new normal of life during the coronavirus pandemic, we can now begin to draw conclusions about how our lives will be different after we return to work, specifically how the pandemic will impact future technology trends.
Tesler’s passing caused a few of us to reflect on how computing has evolved into two separate categories: engineers and everyone else — and the cut/copy/paste function is an outstanding example of this separation.
In my previous post about Low-Power Wide-Area Network (LPWAN), we reviewed the various competing standards. In this post, I want to drill into LoRa a little deeper, as it is gaining a significant amount of market traction. In particular, I want to answer: who are the LoRa players and how do they fit together? LoRaWAN… View Article
A lot of IoT applications — perhaps the majority — require a wireless network to connect the edge device (the “thing”) to the internet. There are correspondingly several types of wireless networks, with the most common being cellular and Wi-Fi. Cellular’s advantage is its ability to work anywhere, while its disadvantages are the monthly fee… View Article
“Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” – Arthur C. Clark Working in the IoT industry and being a technology enthusiast, I am always playing with the latest IoT gadgets. While many of these devices have beautiful apps, I’m starting to feel like the IoT industry is not living up to Arthur C. Clark’s… View Article
“IoT-enabling” usually involves taking an everyday product — a kitchen appliance, say — and adding the necessary communication hardware, connecting it to a cloud service, and developing apps for either end-users or installers. What are the common reasons for doing this?