Internet of Things news and analysis: smart home, industrial internet of things, enterprise internet of things, and more. Joins co-hosts Stacey Higginbotham and Kevin Tofel as they dissect the week's latest IoT news.
Stacey Higginbotham has covered technology since 2001. In my years covering tech I became more fascinated by the stuff we were able to do on vast computing networks and ever speedier mobile and wireline broadband networks. Finally all of the elements of the technology I’ve covered in more than a decade have culminated in this moment and we’re creating the internet of things.
No matter what you call it, we’re at a pivotal moment in the evolution of human creativity, business creation and productivity gains. We could see the gains we make in these next few years help us conserve resources and let us lead safer and healthier lives or we could open the door to a dystopian society where our every thought is monitored and our every utterance is effectively for sale. I hope to explore all of these issues, the people who will make it possible and the devices that will lead us there in the IoT Podcast. I hope you will join me.
Episode 319: How ML at the edge will make products truly smart
This week’s show was a lot of fun to record with Kevin and me discussing Google’s upcoming I/O event and updates on the chip shortage from STMicro, TSMC, and someone who makes electronics. We also talk about Kroger’s drone delivery plans, cameras in cars, funding for robotic computer vision, and funding for robotic welding driven … Continue reading Episode 319: How ML at the edge will make products truly smart
Episode 318: Lawsuits galore and Silicon Labs bets it all on the IoT
This week’s show starts off with two lawsuits: the first filed by ADT alleging trademark infringement against Ring, and the second a decision by the Seventh Circuit of the U.S. Court of Appeals related to police accessing cell phone location data without a warrant. Wemo’s new scene controller, Everactive’s energy harvesting sensors, a discussion about … Continue reading Episode 318: Lawsuits galore and Silicon Labs bets it all on the IoT
Episode 317: Apple’s AirTags and greener devices
The week’s Apple event is the star of the podcast, with Kevin and I spending time noting a smart use of iPhone sensors with the new Apple TV 4K. We then discuss the AirTags tech, the implications for consumers, frustrated competitors, and the things we find disappointing. Then, we talk about the EU’s proposed rules for … Continue reading Episode 317: Apple’s AirTags and greener devices
Episode 316: Everything you need to know about Project CHIP
This week’s show launches with a deep dive on Project Connected Home over IP after the Zigbee Alliance released many new details about the specification. We discuss when you can expect it, the devices you’ll see, and the security model. Then we cover the new Wyze lamp, smart auto-dimming windows, Logitech killing the Harmony remote, and … Continue reading Episode 316: Everything you need to know about Project CHIP
Episode 315: A Mad Max mask and a power grid of your own
This week Kevin is back and we start the show talking about the Xupermask from Will.i.am and Honeywell. Ring is adding radar to a floodlight camera and we’re pumped for that, while MIT researchers are using RF to help give robots X-ray vision. Apple is formally launching a certification program for developers who want to … Continue reading Episode 315: A Mad Max mask and a power grid of your own
Episode 314: A look at Arm’s new vision for computing
Om Malik takes Kevin’s place this week as my co-host and also doubles as my guest. Malik is my former boss at GigaOm, is currently a partner at True Ventures, and writes thoughtfully about technology on his own blog. We start the show focused on chips, specifically Arm’s brand new v9 architecture and the vision … Continue reading Episode 314: A look at Arm’s new vision for computing
One of my favorite pods
Congrats on 300! I’ve been listening since early-pandemic, and so glad I did. Entertaining and informative every week, thanks so much and keep up the great work, Stacey and Kevin!
Improve the audio quality, limit the ads!
I really want to enjoy listening to this show but just can't. Only a third of the show is actual news/content. The rest is either an advertisement disguised as a story, or a boring phone interview. The audio quality is so awful, I usually end up shutting it off whenever they go to someone talking over the phone. It's 2021 and yet this podcast about the latest technology insists on using antiquated technology (a sponsored PSTN line) to record content. Why not use Zoom/Skype or just record locally and sync the tracks!
Great up to date information on the latest products with awesome guests.