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Quantum Integration | June 26, 2020
Frustrated with Arduino's limitations and a desire to wirelessly automate devices in the home, Michael Barnick, 58, founded Quantum Integration to bring a new level of integration and IoT to home automation enthusiasts. With his background in computer engineering, including management at Apple Computer, and as an experienced tech startup entrepreneur, he decided to change the industry and finally making it easy for electronics hobbyists to make and manage their very own IoT networks....
Stop Smoking Longue | March 01, 2020
The concept of a sensible, semi self-sufficient house was, at one level, grounded firmly within the realm of science-fiction. Now, nonetheless, we’re quickly approaching an age the place solar-powered, IoT-connected houses should not solely viable choices however could evolve into the norm. Various power sources like solar are gaining traction in each the private and non-private sectors, and understanding how solar will enhance IoT-connected houses will assist to spice up their recognition...
Coindesk | March 03, 2020
“The Nodle Cash app for iOS has been in development for the last six months,” Nodle CEO Micha Benoliel told CoinDesk. “We believe Nodle is truly for everyone.” The app is already live on Android.
The company claims to process one million micropayments daily on average, giving a very high transaction volume for its NODLE token. While the app delivers on one of the promises of the decentralized web, the prospect of users getting paid for providing data or services, t...
RT Insight | February 04, 2020
As more Internet of Things (IoT) devices enter into the workplace, networks may become congested and lead to lagging connections. This may cause critical failures if the data is not sent over quickly, which could lead to delays and accidents.To reduce that risk, researchers at the University of Pittsburgh have proposed a system that would give IoT devices a side channel to avoid heavy traffic slowdowns. In a paper titled “EasyPass: Combating IoT Delay with Multiple Access Wireless Side Cha...
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