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February 04 2014

19:43

Meet Skynet, an open source IM platform for the internet of things

For anyone interested in the internet of things, Skynet, an open source instant messaging service for connected devices (and services) is a powerful tool worth understanding. Check it out. http://gigaom.com/2014/02/04/podcast-meet-skynet-an-open-source-im-platform-for-the-internet-of-things/

January 15 2014

13:37

Cubed Episode 14: CES 2014, Wearables, China, and the Internet of Things

Today’s show we discuss what we saw coming out of CES that was of interest and explore longer term market implications for existing categories like PCs, tablets, and smartphones. We also discuss where we see things like wearables and the Internet of things are headed. http://cubed.fm/2014/01/cubed-episode-14-ces-2014-wearables-china-and-the-internet-of-things/
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January 02 2014

20:54

What’s ahead for the internet of things

Next week at this time my colleague and co-host Kevin Tofel will be fighting the hordes at the Consumer Electronics Show and reporting back on the cool widgets and gadgets that he finds. But before he takes off, we discussed a bit of what he’s expecting to see, including voice controls for the internet of things, presence awareness and smarter algorithms that will turn the smart home from something people have to program into the anticipatory home, that will react to you. And because Kevin and I aren’t exactly consumer electronics industry insiders, my guest this week is Chet J. Pipkin, the CEO of Belkin, the maker of the WeMo line of connected devices. Belkin will have a smart home setup at CES (so will SmartThings) and while Pipkin declined to scoop his own company’s news, we discussed the big trends ahead for the smart home. So listen up as you pack and prepare for the internet of things to dominate the conversation at CES.

November 12 2013

18:07

Carla Diana

Life now. Data later. In this week's podcast guest Carla Diana, a product designer, discusses this mantra and other attributes designers should consider when developing connected products. http://gigaom.com/2013/05/23/podcast-how-to-design-a-connected-device-that-isnt-a-jerk-plus-iots-recipe-for-success/

June 24 2013

19:18

What the next few years hold for the internet of things

Many technologies and challenges will shape what we know as "the internet of things" over the next few years. In the latest GigaOM Research podcast, we sit down with analyst Jon Collins to discuss what the technology is (and isn't) and why it matters for our connected future. http://gigaom.com/2013/06/24/podcast-what-the-next-few-years-hold-for-the-internet-of-things/

July 22 2010

13:20

David Orban and the Internet of Things

Podcast 17 – David Orban and the internet of things This is a special podcast, an interview with David Orban, European advisor to Singularity University and the chief evangelist for WideTag. http://biobit.ca/?p=60
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