Sylvia Santelli offers Santa some advice on how to deliver the one thing many of us want and need – a global healthcare system.
They may still be big and boxy, but technology and regulations will soon change what we buy from vending machines — and how we do it.
No matter you're doing to celebrate the holidays, it can be easy to get overwhelmed. Luckily for you, technology can help lighten that load.
If you still have a few people to check off your gift list and you’re stumped, here are a few ideas for any tech-lover from ages 5 to 95.
It’s far too early to call who will be winners and losers in the battle for the home, but there’s no debate that the war has begun.
Drones are already beginning to replace IoT sensors with one device that is deployable, re-programmable, and able to measure just about anything.
Can wearable technology turn something as mundane as running on a treadmill into an outdoor treadmill? Yes, it can! And it's becoming increasingly popular.
With the Internet of Things, everything will be linked – and that will change everything.
Some auto companies are pioneering connected driving and mobile technologies to solve traffic congestion in real time, making rush hour a thing of the past.
Egburt provides a very practical way for using the Internet of Things to optimize current operations in a variety of industries.