Topic: iot

SD Times news digest: Oct. 15, 2014—Google’s Android Lollipop, Microsoft and Xamarin expand .NET Foundation and IBM’s IoT Foundation

Google announces Android Lollipop We finally know what the “L” stands for. Google announced its next mobile operating system, Android 5.0, will be codenamed Lollipop, and ship on the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 in November. Google first announced Android “L” back in June at Google I/O, releasing a developer preview with more than 5,000 … continue reading

SD Times news digest: October 9, 2014—Code.org’s crowdfunding campaign, the WEST mentorship program and ARM’s IoT operating system

Code.org’s crowdfunding campaign  Code.org wants to teach 100 million students worldwide how to code. The organization’s launched a 60 day initiative yesterday to raise US$5 million. The money would go to training 100 million students and 10,000 new teachers computer science, and every dollar will be matched. Microsoft, Google, Salesforce.com, Omidyar Network, Quadrivium Foundation, Bill … continue reading

Gartner’s Top 10 strategic technology trends for 2015

For organizations looking to stay on top of the latest technology trends, Gartner has released its annual list of the top 10 strategic technology trends they say organizations should keep their eye on. “We have identified the top 10 technology trends that organizations cannot afford to ignore in their strategic planning processes,” said David Cearley, vice … continue reading

Competing for the Internet of Everything

When it comes to products and solutions, organizations want to be No. 1—and it is no different with the Internet of Things. As more and more devices and appliances begin to connect to the Internet, organizations are racing toward the Internet of Everything, trying to connect IoT devices with other IoT devices. “You can’t have … continue reading

SD Times news digest: October 2, 2014—Ericsson open-sources OpenWebRTC and Bowser for iOS; Intel releases IoT developer kit

Ericsson open-sources OpenWebRTC and Bowser for iOS Ericsson announced it is releasing OpenWebRTC—its implementation of the HTML5 in-browser audio and video technology—and its WebRTC-enabled Bowser iOS browser as open source. Ericsson Research manager of media application and protocols Stefan Ålund made the announcement in a blog post, saying that Ericsson has already submitted Bowser to … continue reading

Eclipse goes for the Internet of Things

The Eclipse Foundation today announced its Internet of Things (IoT) projects, making them available online. The projects range from development helpers to server-side frameworks for dealing with the numerous different standards and proprietary protocols that exist in the IoT. Mike Milinkovich, executive director of the Eclipse Foundation, said that “We’ve led quite a few projects … continue reading

MediaTek takes on wearables and the Internet of Things

The latest trend of wearables and the Internet of Things (IoT) has organizations rushing to be a part of the movement, and MediaTek is the most recent company to jump on the bandwagon. The company has unveiled MediaTek Labs, a program that lets developers of any background create wearable and IOT devices. “MediaTek Labs are … continue reading

Report: Internet of Things hype is peaking

The Internet of Things wave is cresting in 2014, and according to Gartner, it’ll soon come crashing down. In Gartner’s annual Hype Cycle Report for 2014, the most-hyped emerging technology is the Internet of Things (IoT), which Gartner believes has reached its “peak of inflated expectations.” According to the report, obstacles such as data standards … continue reading

SD Times news digest: August 13, 2014—An experimental C-to-JavaScript programming language, Mono 3.6, and Intel XDK 1.1

Experimental Lisp language written in C transpiles into JavaScript Awl—an experimental mini-language written in C to explore interpreter design—can transpile its code into JavaScript. Created by programmer Zaven Muradyan, Awl is based on the Lisp family of programming languages. It also uses the Emscripten LLVM-to-JavaScript compiler with C features such as the most recent Clang … continue reading

Atmel, Broadcom, Dell, Intel, Samsung and Wind River Join Forces to Drive Seamless Device-to-Device Connectivity

Industry leaders to establish Open Interconnect Consortium to advance interoperability for Internet of Things … continue reading

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