Android Things Facts You Need To Know

From 2 billion objects in 2006 to a projected 200 billion by 2020, the Internet of Things (IoT) market is experiencing an unprecedented growth and those who miss on capitalizing on it are likely to become irrelevant in the near future. That’s not something Google can afford to let happen. The company has recently launched

The Internet of Things: Will our devices spy on us?

We earlier reported on Google’s acquisition of Nest for $3.2 billion. Nest, which creates thermostats that automatically adjust temperature based on a user’s proximity, interfaces with devices like smartphones and via the web. Nest also has proximity sensors that can sense whether there is someone about, and will adjust the heat accordingly. Three billion is

Android, CES 2014 and the Internet of Things

Augmented reality glasses. Connected appliances. Connected cars. Motion-capture gaming exoskeletons. Smart watches. These are some of the technologies and innovations I kept close watch over at CES 2014. It can be noted that many of these technologies can be applied to Android, or at least have Android at their core. Even Intel’s thrust to support