Barry Eggers, an investor at Lightspeed Venture Partners, is trying to piece together growth opportunities in the emerging Internet of things, and while he can’t be sure, he’s got some ideas.
Love it or hate it, the Little Printer just won’t die.
Guest Post For the rich app experience that customers have grown accustom to, auto manufacturers need to change how they think about apps. Native apps that reside on smartphones and interact with on-board systems are the answer to what’s been plaguing in-car infotainment systems since they were introduced to the market.
Greenwave has raid $19 million to prepare for the day when our homes are run by computers. The company is building a “Home2Cloud” platform that connects all the different connected devices in a home and makes it easier to manage them from one dashboard.
Guest Post Connected cars are quickly gaining mainstream adoption and consumers are demanding a similar experience in their car as they receive on their smartphones. And for the auto industry, that adds up to a boatload of HTML5.
Guest Post APIs are fueling a revolution in the ways consumers and businesses handle products.
The age of the connected device is coming, and TechStars and R/GA want to help it along.
It won’t be too long until 4G LTE networks are just as ubiquitous as 3G, and at that point devices won’t even need 3G.
Connecting devices to the Internet will ultimately create a number of new and unexpected attack vectors. Lookout Mobile’s chief technology officer set out to hack all the things.
Internet-connected devices are taking over the household. Case in point: Berg’s Little Printer and new Internet connection box called BergCloud.
Zazu unveiled Zazu Mornings today, a mobile app letting you be both lazy and productive in bed.