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Miku watches your baby (and your baby’s heartbeat) while you relax

By | ambient intelligence, Artificial Intelligence, baby monitor, ceo, CES 2019, computing, department of defense, Gadgets, Internet of Things, L3, Machine Learning Technology, real-time, smartphones, TC, Technology, wearable devices, wi-fi

Using technology that sounds like it comes straight out of Predator, Miku is a new baby monitor that watches and senses your baby’s vitals in real time. The system not only broadcasts a secure feed of your baby’s sleep time but it also analyzes the heart rate and breathing without wearables. The system uses military […]

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Miku watches your baby (and your baby’s heartbeat) while you relax

By | ambient intelligence, Artificial Intelligence, baby monitor, ceo, CES 2019, computing, department of defense, Gadgets, Internet of Things, L3, Machine Learning Technology, real-time, smartphones, TC, Technology, wearable devices, wi-fi

Using technology that sounds like it comes straight out of Predator, Miku is a new baby monitor that watches and senses your baby’s vitals in real time. The system not only broadcasts a secure feed of your baby’s sleep time but it also analyzes the heart rate and breathing without wearables. The system uses military […]

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Netgear adds gigabit routers to its Orbi mesh

By | CES 2019, computing, Gadgets, gigabit, Google WiFi, Netgear, Router, TC, wi-fi, wireless, wireless networking

My favorite mesh gear, Netgear’s Orbi, has gotten a considerable speed update. The new router, called the RBK50, supports Wi-Fi 6 802.11ax technology which will send gigabit wireless speeds from router to router in your mesh. WiFi 6 is still new to the industry and there isn’t much support outside of specific hardware like this. […]

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D-Link thinks 5G will cut your cords forever

By | 5g, Best-Buy, CES 2019, computing, D Link, DSP, Gadgets, Internet of Things, Router, TC, Technology, wi-fi, wireless

Network gear maker D-Link just announced a 5G router that sends high-speed Wi-Fi through your house without cables. The router, called the DWR-2010, should allow users to get massive speeds over 5G networks without running cable. Don’t expect to pick this up at the local Best Buy, however, as the 5G router will probably ship […]

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Hackers hijack thousands of Chromecasts to warn of latest security bug

By | Amazon, chromecast, computing, echo, Gadgets, Google, Hack, Hardware, iPad, media streamer, Security, smart devices, smart home devices, spokesperson, Technology, wi-fi

Hackers have hijacked thousands of exposed Chromecast streaming devices to warn users of the latest security flaw to affect the device. But other security researchers say that the bug — if left unfixed — could be used for more disruptive attacks. The culprits, known as Hacker Giraffe and J3ws3r, have become the latest person to figure […]

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Google’s Home Hub can be bricked with one line of code

By | america, Android, Assistant, chicago, computing, ethernet, Gadgets, Google, google home, home hub, http, Intel, jerry gamblin, json, TC, United States, wi-fi, wireless, wireless networking, xml

Security advocate Jerry Gamblin has posted a set of instructions — essentially basic lines of XML — that can easily pull important information off the Google Home Hub and, in some cases, temporarily brick the device. The Home Hub, which is essentially an Android tablet attached to a speaker, is designed to act as an […]

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The new version of Wi-Fi is called Wi-Fi 6 because rules don’t matter

By | computing, Gadgets, ipad mini, TC, wi-fi, Wi-Fi Alliance, wireless, wireless networking

The Wi-Fi Alliance, the working group that has long offered such euphonious, IEEE-defined names for Wi-Fi protocols such as 802.11ab and 802.11n, has finally decided enough was enough with the numbers and letters and such. Their decision? The next Wi-Fi version will be Wi-Fi 6 — and sucks to your ass-mar if you don’t like […]

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Everyday home gear made smart

By | Android, Assistant, Belkin, belkin wemo, Bluetooth, Column, electronics manufacturing, Gadgets, Google, Home Automation, iRobot, kwikset, Nest Labs, Roomba, smart thermostat, smartphone, Speaker, wi-fi, Wirecutter

If you only have one smart home device, it’s likely something simple and fun like a voice-controlled speaker or color-changing LED light bulb. As you expand your smart home setup, you can begin to swap out gear that isn’t as flashy but you still use everyday.

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