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Salesforce is envisioning “wearable computing in the enterprise” by releasing a development kit of it’s own, potentially giving them an early lead in what could be a tremendous market.
The Lyric thermostat is the response to the Nest connected device, driving Honeywell into the Internet of Things.
The market for the Internet of Things (IoT) could grow to $7.1 trillion in 2020 as smart technology is adopted.
One Apple rumor that came to fruition at WWDC has underwhelmed, perhaps because what HomeKit, Apple’s small entry into smart places, does isn’t clear.
Analyzing “Big Data” for large-scale opportunities is dramatically under-utilized. Collaboration between city government and IBM in Minneapolis and Montpellier, France are working to change that with the improvement of city-wide services.
Apple’s 2014 Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) could introduce functionality for smart places, allowing iOS devices to control connected devices.
Google’s advertisements (and revenue) might one day drive it to serve up ads on everything from car dashboards to thermostats.