ComEd, the largest power provider in Illinois, wants to give its customers a push in switching over to smart thermostats such as those from Nest and Ecobee. In fact, they are targeting a million installed installed within the next five years.
Everyone's favourite boogey-business, Comcast, have announced some significant extensions to their Xfinity smart home platform.
Elgato - they of the EyeTV mobile TV range - have announced the launch of two new air sensors as part of their Eve smart home range.
DreamFactory Software announced that its market-leading open source REST API backend can now be paired with the Intel® IoT Gateway to power a wide array of emerging IoT applications.
Lumo Body Tech, the makers of the Lumo Lift posture measuring device, have released something to help runners manage their form too.
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Bit of a geeky press release, but Toshiba Corporation have announced the launch of "TZ1041MBG", an application processor for wearable devices.
You may not be aware of it, but Sony run a crowdfunding platform in Japan called 'First Flight'. The latest product to arrive on this platform is called the 'Wena Wrist' smartwatch.
Cisco have been investing in IoT for some time now. It's a keep plank in their strategy. The company have further announced the next phase of this strategy at a media event, presided over by CEO Chuck Robbins.
LG have released details on the next generation Urbane smartwatch. Retaining the same moniker as the original Urbane (and not the 'LW3' name that some had mooted), this model now comes with LTE capabilities, allowing you to ditch the need for a connected smartphone to make calls and receive texts.
Misfit's Shine activity tracker has been around for a while now, but today the company is giving the wearable new duties. The company has teamed up with Speedo for a new Shine gadget that logs the details for your workout in the water. The duo s...
Previously released for folks in the US, UK and Canada, Intel's Basis fitness tracker is now available for several other European markets.
It's been a long time coming, the Razer Nabu. First launched, or announced at least, back in January 2014, it's now really coming out (probably) in October, replete with a few design changes over the original device.