Intel Edison IoT board

Intel has been active in Internet of Things product releases. As part of  IDF 2014 keynote, Intel has announced that their Edison development platform is now shipping. First announced back at CES, Edison is a development platform for Intel’s burgeoning Internet of Things development initiative. Intel is upping their bid for a place at the

bttn for IoT

Consider the Internet-of-Things (or Internet-of-Everything as some like to call it): everything – yes, literally everything – will be connected. And the IoT sales people have high promises: Cars will be safer. TV will be better. Homes will be smarter. The promise is that different things can talk to each other if you want. Nowadays

Create Digital Experiments

Simple Ways to Create Face-Melting Digital Experiments blog posting discusses the rise of the IoT and maker culture. It discusses how seemingly simple tasks that earlier took weeks to do can nowdays hacked together in a day when you combine suiable on-line tools and maker hardware solutions. The posting lists many tools that I have

IFTTT and your own hardware

When you have a great service like IFTTT that you can interface with many ready available cloud services or commercial hardware, the next idea is how to connect your own device (Arduino, Raspeberry Pi, etc..) to this service. Here are some pointers to ideas how to interface your own hardware to IFTTT: Pushbullet’s IFTTT Channel