Narrowband IoT (NB-IoT)

The term “Narrowband IoT (NB-IoT)” refers to a new type of cellular communication technology that is specifically designed for IoT devices. NB-IoT is a low-power wide-area (LPWA) technology that operates in licensed spectrum, and is designed to provide improved coverage and capacity compared to existing LTE-M (Cat-M1) and GPRS technologies. NB-IoT is also designed to … Read more

Apple HomePod

The Apple HomePod is a voice-activated speaker that uses Siri, Apple’s virtual assistant, to play music, answer questions, and control smart home devices. HomePods are equipped with six microphones, a woofer, and seven tweeters. They use spatial awareness to sense their location in a room and adjust the audio accordingly. HomePods can be linked together … Read more

Ambient backscatter

Ambient backscatter is a technology that enables devices to communicate by backscattering ambient RF signals. This is achieved by modulating the reflection coefficient of an antenna to encode information, which can then be received by another device. This technology has a number of advantages over traditional methods of communication, such as using active transmitters. First, … Read more


The term “agri-tech” is short for agricultural technology. It refers to the use of technology in the agricultural sector to improve the efficiency of production. This can include the use of GPS systems to map out fields, the use of drones to survey crops, and the use of sensors to monitor soil moisture levels. The … Read more


G-putty is a type of silicone that can be used to create 3D printing molds. It is also used as an electrical insulator and as a sealant. How do I download PuTTY? PuTTY is a free and open-source terminal emulator, serial console and network file transfer application. It supports several network protocols, including SCP, SSH, … Read more

Compute Card (Intel Compute Card)

The Intel Compute Card is a small form factor device that is designed for easy integration into a variety of OEM devices and systems. The compute card offers all the compute and graphical performance of a 6th Gen Intel Core processor in a compact, power-efficient form factor that is smaller than a credit card. The … Read more

Vehicle to infrastructure (V2I or v2i)

Vehicle to infrastructure (V2I or v2i) is a term used to describe the communication between a vehicle and infrastructure. This can include things like traffic lights, road signs, and weather information. The goal of this technology is to make driving safer and more efficient. What is V2I technology? V2I (Vehicle-to-Infrastructure) technology refers to the various … Read more

IoT OS (Internet of Things operating system)

IoT OS is an operating system designed specifically for internet-connected devices, also known as “smart devices”. It is based on a microkernel architecture, which makes it lightweight and efficient. Additionally, it includes a range of features that make it ideal for powering internet-of-things devices, such as: – Support for a wide range of devices and … Read more

Fuchsia OS

Fuchsia OS is a new operating system being developed by Google. It is designed to run on a wide range of devices, from smartphones and laptops to home appliances and connected cars. The operating system is based on a new microkernel called Magenta, which is designed to be modular and scalable. Google has not announced … Read more

Intel Compute Card

The Intel Compute Card is a credit card-sized device that can be used to provide computing power to a variety of devices and appliances. It is designed to be easily integrated into a wide range of products, including laptops, tablets, and 2-in-1s. The Compute Card is powered by an Intel Atom or Core processor and … Read more