Security is a concern that was, is and will be valid at any given point, spanning time, spaces and generations. The pretty picture painted by the potential of Internet of Things is a fascinating one. We see a future where IoT has transformed our interaction with devices and our lives. Where networks and devices around us act intelligently and respond in way that humans do and possibly even better!
Hackathons have grown into a very interesting and productive trend over the last decade, not just to showcase or jam tech ideas but to back a cause or find innovative solutions. These codefests as they are otherwise called, in the recent years, have created some major companies like GroupMe and highly popular ideas including the Facebook ‘Like Button.’
We have seen a lot of rivalry and battles among top brands, through the medium of advertising - a few memorable ones would be - Coca Cola versus Pepsi, Dell versus HP or Samsung versus Apple! One unnoticed war or should we say a cold war, is the one that is happening between Apple and Google for the beacon.
As smart phones penetrate every aspect of our lives and mobile phones become a way of life, usage of mobile apps is also increasing significantly. Though millions of apps are being launched every day, it requires months of careful planning and effort to develop a great app.
We have entered the "connected intelligence era1," a time when networked devices are constantly engaging in communication and lessening the human workload. These IoT networks, like humans, rely on the sensors that work as its eyes and ears.