No matter where you look, IoT technology permeates our daily lives. These products are computers that look like a watch, a TV, a garbage can, a washing machine, a door, or even a toilet. So, businesses investing in this technology find themselves working outside of their core competency. That’s where Breadware comes in.
Google broke ground in Nevada on its newest data center and announced a new Google Cloud region. The tech company also kicked off a $1 million Google.org Impact Challenge Nevada and called on nonprofits throughout the state to submit their boldest ideas to create economic opportunities for their community.
In last month’s column I looked at how you can protect your privacy and your personal information at home and in your home office. This month, we’ll take a look at the steps you can take to protect your Internet privacy at the office or in your business. To learn more, we asked the advice of three of Northern Nevada’s top Internet privacy experts.
Hacking. Data breaches. Phishing. Scams. It seems like every day we learn of another attack on our privacy and personal information. While it sometimes seems an overwhelming challenge, YOU can take steps to protect your Internet privacy in your home or home office. To learn more, we asked the advice of three of Northern Nevada’s top Internet privacy experts.
Enter NevadaNano’s Molecular Property Spectrometer Indoor Air Quality Sensor, which represents a breakthrough in gas sensing performance. By using nanotechnology, NevadaNano was able to create a sensor that enables smart home air quality monitors, smart air purification systems, and smart ventilation systems to monitor indoor air quality and automatically take action when it isn’t safe.
The Internet and mobile device technology is truly amazing in how it enables people to communicate, learn, share and work. It also sometimes enables people to walk off the end of piers. Ahh yes, tech giveth and tech taketh away. Concerned that children are forgetting how to interact with one another in the real world? What about you?
It’s that time of year again, when Mary Meeker unloads her highly anticipated internet trends report for the Code Conference crowd in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif. This year, the Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers partner released 294 slides in rapid succession, covering everything from smartphone behavior in the U.S. to tech company competition in China.