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UX: the internet of things

UX: the internet of things

UX: the internet of things

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Surveillance companies are marketing systems to governments worldwide that are capable of pulling location data out of global cellular networks, even if you are traveling in another country. These systems are designed so that neither cell phone users nor their carriers detect the tracking. That could allow government officials to potentially sidestep court review or other systems designed to protect the rights of people targeted for surveillance.

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Apple has been using beacon technologies since the iPhone 4s, and because of this, they definitely has a head start. Android only recently released Lollipop (Android 5.0), which allows devices to act as beacons and advertise information over BLE. Only the nexus 6 and nexus 9 devices support this technology. In this article, we want to clear out some confusion which may exist between Bluetooth, BLE, Beacons and more specific implementations of beacons such as iBeacon..

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For example, if the key fob sensor is out of range for 15 minutes or more, it registers her as being away. If she’s not back by 10 p.m., Live!y sends you an alert (aka my mother-in-law’s curfew). If she doesn’t leave the house when she normally would, you get an alert for that, too.

Live!y You can view real-time reports of her activities on a web portal or iOS app and get alerts if her activities don’t match the routine you’ve established.

Live!y For $150 plus $20 a month, you get a package with six sensors and a base station. Each sensor is the shape of a guitar pick and contains an accelerometer and a low-power Bluetooth chip that communicates with the base. Plug the station into the wall near the refrigerator and attach sensors to the fridge, doors, pill dispensers, and key fob using stickers on each device. Total setup time is less than 10 minutes.

Samsung Smart Home App Concept by Ali Rahmoun, via Behance

Number Of Devices In The Internet Of Everything


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Honeywell’s Lyric smart thermostat was TIME readers’ favorite gadget showcased at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, , according to data from our reader poll

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From global tech outfit Honeywell comes Lyric, a new home-security and -monitoring system with a thermostat, motion sensor, smoke detector, and camera, each linked via an app to a homeowner’s smartphone or other mobile device. The system includes the console seen above, an at-home hub that allows access to each of the line’s automation, security, and video features.

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Illinois-based Chamberlain unveiled MyQ Garage, a new Wi-Fi-enabled garage-door system that links directly to homeowners’ Internet networks, allowing remote opening, closing, and monitoring on a mobile device via the Chamberlain MyQ app.

7 New Smart-Home Tech Products