Ambitious title for a report
Nest users who look forward to their monthly emails are in for a change. Starting today they will get Home Reports instead…
Emphasis on the DIY
If you’re in the market for a smarter Dropcam, then the $249 Canary may be the connected camera system for you. If…
End of life for Echo
One downside of having products that require cloud services in order to work is that the physical objects can suddenly become obsolete. Over the weekend,…
As the competition among cloud computing providers steps up, so is interest in the internet of things. More connected devices — perhaps especially by governments rolling thousands at a time — should increase the competitive environment as providers fight to be the best possible IoT platforms.
Homeboy is offering a wireless IP camera that can take video from basically anywhere, integrates with other services and costs $149.
The increasing pressure on device manufacturers to make their products smart and connected is spurring an entire industry devoted to helping manufacturers add hardware connectivity and back-end services.
The day that the Nest thermostat works with all of your old-school Crestron and Control4 gear has finally arrived. At the CEDIA…
Want to know what we’ll need the cloud to handle in the next three to five years? Come to Structure June 18 and 19 to learn how the cloud must adapt for video and genomic workloads.
Dropcam is launching image recognition technology associated with its line of Wi-Fi-enabled cameras as well as a line of sensors.
The internet of things is bigger and more diverse than ever, but what are the forces that drive it? Greg Duffy, CEO of DropCam, shared his ideas at Mobilize 2013.
Dropcam has been a success story in its four years on the market, but a $30 million round will help it expand its camera business and tackle the tough problem of computer vision.
Energy management startup People Power is back with a new remote monitoring app designed to reuse old iOS devices as security cameras. It’s a nice app and People Power’s gateway drug to the internet of things.
The latest version of Dropcam’s home surveillance cameras is a big step forward in both form and functionality. The camera records 720p video and provides two-way audio functionality, but the real selling point is a cloud-based DVR system and iOS and Android mobile apps.