In a nutshell, the IoT is a rapidly expanding global network of devices, machines and appliances – basically anything with an internet connection – that is able to tap into the world wide web to transmit and communicate data.
So why use fiber optics? In our office, we have several reasons that we might choose them over other wiring options. I’ll lay out a few of them below.
Transparent OLEDs are emerging as a new and exciting technology. You might not have even seen one in person yet, but they are about to hit the market in a big way.
The advent of smart security technology means that you can keep your property safe, while also being able to open and close your home with a push of a button. Thanks to this increase in technology, you have improved control, so if you want to open your door at a specific time (perhaps to let in your housekeeper or the dog walker), you can do so without having to worry about leaving spare keys lying around.
Until very recently, if you wanted to know who was at the door when the doorbell rang, your best bet was to find a nearby window and try to slyly peek through the curtains without being detected. But with the swift rise of the smart doorbell, quietly sneaking around your own home is thankfully a thing of the past. A smart doorbell is an internet-connected doorbell that notifies a smartphone or other electronic device of a homeowner when a guest arrives at the entrance of the door. It activates when the guest presses the button of the doorbell or alternatively when the doorbell senses a guest with its built-in motion sensors.
But what exactly are the pros and cons of switching to a different service and leaving cable behind? What does moving on to bigger and better entertainment solutions entail? I’ve put together a guide to making the switch, so you can do so easily and efficiently.
If you’ve been considering a meeting room upgrade, then there’s a lot to factor in before you get started. Upgrading a meeting area is often an expensive undertaking that could include extensive infrastructure and tech changes, and without proper planning, you could end up wasting a lot of money.
While a good router might be strong enough to cover 3,000 square feet of house, you would have to place it smack dab in the middle of your home to achieve that reach. If your router is based in a home office in a far corner of the house, it’s going to need some help pushing that signal into every room. Here, we look at two options for extending household wireless coverage.
Television technology has come a long way since its invention in 1927. It became a popular household appliance only in the 1950s. Television technology remained largely unchanged for almost fifty years, using Cathode Ray Tubes (CRTs) for display.