IoT in India: Here’s what the industry thinks

NEW DELHI: As India has slowly started to emerge as a global destination for many of the IoT technologies, the industry is looking forward to orchestration of standards, infrastructure and policy framework in order to generate new business models and ... (read original - story...)

Using Python for Big Data Workloads (Part 2)

Python runs everywhere — Windows, OSX, Linux, and lots of devices. Here's an example on an ASUS Tinkerboard. There's a lot of Python libraries that run everywhere. Here are a few I recommend installing on every platform: Learn to design and build better ... (read original - story...)

Field of view: Samsung readies more Gear VR accessories

Welcome VR lovers to the latest instalment of Field of view, the only place to catch up on what's been happening in the wonderful world of virtual reality. This week, Apple made the headlines for getting serious about VR with its latest MacOS update ... (read orginal - story...)

A Hiking Companion UWear Smart Watch For Avid hikers

For you to be able to return where your hike began, you need to have UWear Smart Watch. The wearable offers a one of a kind technology that allows wearers to get through their outdoor adventures without getting lost. UWear Smart Watch is a remarkable ... (read orginal - story...)

GoPro CEO says Hero6 action camera is gonna be bitchin’

GoPro's outspoken CEO Nick Woodman doesn't sugarcoat answers to questions with buzzwords and jargon. During a fireside chat with press at the Mountain Games, Woodman talked at length about a number of topics, touching on his company's upcoming Fusion 360 ... (read orginal - story...)

Hopes for a killer Galaxy Note 8 feature just got dashed

Samsung's next big smartphone release could come with some desired features -- but lack another many had hoped for. First up, the good news. According to reports from South Korean media outlet Newsis, Samsung is planning to bundle a dual-lens camera in the ... (read orginal - story...)