Augmented reality, otherwise known as AR technology, is pretty impressive stuff when you consider what it can, or more importantly, what it is doing in the area of maintenance, repair, and service. It goes way beyond what is being offered in retail outlets. Today AR has made some serious leaps and bounds and manufacturers are going to be the serious beneficiaries in the IoT (Internet of Things) world.
Smartphone integration in vehicles today is becoming about more than just the driver’s ability to use voice-controlled commands.
It’s CES week and there are lots of new innovations. Thousands of people are walking the aisles of CES and it’s just a sight to behold all the enthusiasm for all the gadgets. But the real question is which innovations will hit their mark in 2016?
We talk a lot about smart home and how companies are trying their best to make the value of adopting smart-home technologies clearer to consumers.
Every day here at Connected World magazine, we talk about how consumers and professionals are turning to their mobile devices to accomplish all kinds of tasks.
Most consumers who shop online have no awareness of the complexity of the supply chains that have been created to fulfill orders and deliver them on a promised or guaranteed date.
If you haven’t had a chance to check out the cover story of Connected World this month I encourage you to do so.
Smart homes are getting connected every day. We’ve all heard the numbers about IoT (Internet of Things) devices and adoption.
I woke up this morning to find a front page story in The Wall Street Journal about the vandalizing of robotic sign wavers in Los Angeles.