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Internet of things commonly abbreviated as IOT is a network of internetconnected objects able to collect and exchange data. Any device or object that can collect and exchange data over a network are referred to as “connected devices” or “smart devices” and are part of internet of things. The IOT may be a hot topic in the industry but it’s not a new concept. It has been in development for decades. The first internet appliance, for example, was a Coke machine at Carnegie Melon University in the early 1980s which could report its inventory and also could tell whether newly loaded drinks were cold. Today IOT is everywhere around us, smart cars which drives themselves are IOT, smart phones and computers bringing doctors and patients together virtually are IOT, smart buildings that reduces energy costs are IOT, its a world of things. making a world of difference. According to Gartner, Inc. (a technology research and advisory corporation), there will be nearly 20.8 billion devices on the Internet of things by 2020. ABI Research estimates that more than 30 billion devices will be wirelessly connected to the Internet of things by 2020. Here are 5 IOTs which have made our life simpler.
While starting work on an app we wish to make great, fun filled & superbly usable apps. But while starting work on an app do we plan to make great, fun filled & superbly usable apps? If we do, we can try and improve and share our knowledge but if we don’t already we really need to start the planning, and to plan we need to consider a few things.
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Currently, a millions of decisions are made with the help of GIS . As it allows us to make better decisions using geography. Business sector has been benefited the most with the introduction of GIS technologies, as the retailers use to pinpoint the best location to open new stores and stock items that match local customers needs.
In the current era of mobility, Mobile Applications have grown into a powerful platform of productivity and fun. Mobile apps have turned into incredibly amazing tool for users , for everything including shopping , entertainment , education and healthcare too. It is making our lives a lot easier, is not it?
But to achieve all this, apps rely on user’s data which can be personal like contacts and photos and also can be risky to share like financial or payment information. And that creates the flip side of the story – on one hand where Mobile apps are offering the convenience to us , they are becoming the potential target for hacking. Hackers and crackers are working hard daily to use these apps for phishing the user data or for installing the malwares.