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.
A relatively new addition to the gaming industry, game streaming services give players remote access to some of the best titles on the market. Each service works a bit differently than the next, but in essence, these services allow users to stream video games to their screen in a manner similar to Netflix or Hulu. […]
Whenever you visit a website, it sets off a chain of modules that are programmed to make the most out of your data. In many cases, that means your personal information is put up for sale and sold to advertisers, marketing firms, and data brokers. Last year alone, U.S companies spent nearly $ 12 billion […]
SilkLab, Tufts University SilkLab, Tufts University High-tech wearables are everywhere, from our wrists to our pets to our … mouths? Engineers at Tufts University have created tiny sensors that attach to teeth. It’s not a fashion statement, though it could very well someday become one. Instead, the wireless sensors are designed to monitor health and […]