Internet of Things
New LG 55-inch signage display features P-Cap technology for maximum responsiveness and accuracy. The display uses projected capacitive (P-Cap) film technology for a highly responsive, accurate touch experience while still allowing significantly greater transparency than conventional transparent LCD displays.
TX products for critical infrastructure and intelligent traffic system applications and EX products for enterprise applications, all on a new, security-enhanced operating system to align with IoT market needs.
Target's new $61 billion ‘Game Room’ concept store looks to test out the future of digital gaming. The Game Room is all about the future of gaming, from phones hooked up to Google's cloud gaming service Stadia to a corner that explains Apple Arcade and Google Play Pass to multiple VR/AR areas.
Home Connect, a ecosystem created to connect home appliances to the Internet of Things, has announced the release of an entirely redesigned app - available for download now for Android and iOS devices.
Home Connect is now compatible with the Google Assistant, Crestron, Control4, URC, ELAN, ckbk, and more new devices and services, offering more ways for Home Connect users to simplify their daily routines.
Global technology spending on the IoT is expected to reach $1.2 trillion in 2022, and IoT devices and services were to reach an inflection point of 18% to 20% adoption by early 2020, bringing the number of IoT connected devices to over 20 billion.
Through the collaboration, the companies will combine technological strengths to deliver real-time updates on the location of road hazards, detected by Hitachi Automotive Systems’ vehicle sensors, to navigation and ADAS applications running TomTom’s connected services.
Qualcomm Technologies today announced at the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) its continued collaboration with General Motors (GM) to deliver state-of-the-art driving experiences to current and upcoming vehicles.