The former Chief Technology Officer Injong Rhee left Samsung Electronics to join Google as an Entrepreneur-In-Residence to lead their Internet-of-Things business.
The company has announced its new service that will help businesses to manage their Internet of Things (IoT) devices and collect data from these gadgets.
As Internet of Things continues to expand, the globe’s leading companies are concentrating their efforts on developing the emerging technology.
GV, formerly known as Google Ventures, took part in a $25 million funding round together with Sapphire Ventures, Anthemis and other investors.
The two important updates for IoT developer platform will enable faster and easier creation of smart connected products.
Apple Pay continues its European expansion and Samsung delays the next launch of its mobile payment service.
The search engine company has piloted a new voice-activated app that is expected to make purchases more convenient and quick.
Speaking at the Intel Developer Forum 2015, Intel’s team gave details of its new Curie module and uncovered the key projects targeted at the Internet of Things developers.
Google provided a grant of $500,000 for Carnegie Mellon University that will turn its campuses into a living lab of Internet of Things sensors.
A Finnish startup Thingsee, that crafted the Internet of things development platform, aims to make programming web-connected appliances and devices easy and intuitive.
More about Internet of Things news as Google-owned Nest Labs has launched a camera that senses movement in a user’s home and alerts them via a smartphone app.
The co-founder of Apple, Steve Wozniak, predicts the Internet of Things industry will reach the bubble phase in the near future.
Google is now developing its new Android operating system, called Brillo, that is aimed at networked devices.