The Internet of Things, also known as IoT, is an interconnected system of computing devices and digital machines that communicate with each other without requiring human interaction. This includes smart home devices, wireless networks, thermostats, and even smartphones — and lately people are calling it the Intelligence of Things, a far more apt moniker. Digital Trends offers in-depth coverage of this expansive topic, providing news, analysis, and explainers on everything from privacy concerns to which devices you should put in your home.
We’ve all seen people riding e-bikes. And there’s even a good chance you’ve taken one for a spin, if you live in a city with a bikeshare program. Up until last week, that was my only exposure to e-bikes. I hadn’t ever been on a serious e-bike, nor had I really considered buying one or […]
Text messages — the communications tech we’ve known and loved since the 1990s — are starting to show their age. They just don’t perform the way we’re used to and come to expect in recent years. For example, they don’t support read receipts, group messaging, or the animated stickers everyone likes to trade on apps […]
Chris DeGraw/Digital Trends, Getty Images Many futurists have speculated that we may one day be able to scan the human brain and “upload” it to a computer. Some believe this could allow humans to live on after death in digital form, or preserve a copy of yourself that will stick around long after you’re gone. […]