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EVRYTHNG @ CONNECTIONS Smart Home Conference

HOME On May 19-21, I’ll be at the CONNECTIONS US conference in San Francisco, exploring the opportunities that the Internet of Things (IoT) offers consumer product manufacturers, particularly in the smart home and durables spaces. In particular, I’ll be speaking at a session on May 19 at 4.15pm: “IoT and APIs: Extending Functionality for Connected

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3 Things Smart Homes Can Learn From A Can Of Coke

HOME What makes EVRYTHNG unique that we focus on connecting ALL products to the Web, not just electronic goods. We may think IoT is synonymous with connected appliances like fridges today, but it’s worth remembering that the origin of term ‘Internet of Things’ was conceived in MIT’s Auto-ID labs in 1999 and it was based

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Thread (ing) everything together

Announcement of the new IoT smart home networking protocol Thread signals greater importance in open compliance and interoperability A consortium of heavy hitters announced mid last month that they’ve taken the next step in solving what is arguably the smart home’s biggest problem: getting ‘smart’ devices to communicate with each other on a secure and

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Apple tries to put the i in iOT

HOME In the wake of Apple’s WWDC announcements earlier in the week, here are a couple of thoughts from the team on Homekit and what it means to the IoT landscape. Apple’s impeccable credentials in establishing new consumer markets means that Homekit will likely bring home automation to the masses and set the ‘connected home’

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