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‘Android Things’ is Google’s IoT platform

Google last year released Brillo, an individual OS for IoT. The OS was to connect different devices and let them communicate with each other. Just now, Google has rebranded Brillo OS into ‘Android Things’ and has added some more functionalities. The company has released the developer preview of Android Things …

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IoT is now growing faster than smartphones

If there were any doubt that IoT is for real, one fact ought to dispel it: For the first time, U.S. mobile operators are adding IoT connections to their networks faster than they’re adding phones. resume makeover multimedia In fact, cars alone are getting connected to cellular networks faster than …

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IoT Devices Expected to Swamp Mobile Lines

An Ericsson report estimates there will be 1.5 billion IoT devices needing cellular connections by 2021. The various wireless networks that enable us to call home or look up Yelp reviews while traveling may soon exist primarily for another purpose – real-time communication between devices, sensors and central processing hubs. …

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What languages are the best for IoT?

From speaking to industry folks that have worked on IoT devices and systems before, C, C++, and Java are the most popular choices for general purpose projects. C is one of the first programming languages and is popular for low-level projects, C++ expands on the capabilities of C. There’s another …

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Decentralizing IoT networks through blockchain

Imagine a washer that independently contacts suppliers and places orders when it’s low on detergent, performs self-service and maintenance, downloads new washing programs from outside sources, schedules its cycles to take advantage of electricity prices and negotiates with peer devices to optimize its environment; a connected car, smart enough to …

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