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  • Google Home tops smart speaker IQ test, but rivals are progressing
    Of the four major smart speakers launched by Amazon, Google, Apple and Microsoft, Google Assistant is the smartest voice assistant, followed by Apple Siri, according to the Annual Smart Speaker IQ Test conducted by Loup Ventures, a US-based venture capital firm investing in frontier technologies.
    Editor / Provider: John Liu | Updated: 2018 / 12 / 22
  • Major developments in the smart home industry in 2018
    Smart home industry has had a great year in 2018. Big brands have grown stronger, while smaller companies have united. Adoption of voice assistants has brought higher smart home awareness among end-users.
    Editor / Provider: Elvina Yang, Freelancer | Updated: 2018 / 12 / 22
  • What to expect in 2019 in the smart home space
    Many research institutes have predicted substantial growth for the smart home market in the near future. Driven by the demand for more efficient energy management, Europe will realize the fastest growth in smart home adoption, according to a report recently published by Mordor Intelligence.
    Editor / Provider: John Liu | Updated: 2018 / 12 / 19
  • EnGenius debuts mesh Wi-Fi solution for homes at US$99
    EnGenius Technologies, a networking solutions company for both consumers and businesses, has introduced its first consumer Wi-Fi mesh network system called the MESHdot Kit, which aims to eliminate dead spots at home
    Editor / Provider: Elvina Yang, Freelancer | Updated: 2018 / 12 / 19
  • Marshall debuts two Google Assistant-powered smart speakers
    Most speaker companies choose sides when it comes to using Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant. Sonos and Harman Kardon are exceptions in the market, and now Marshall has joined the camp.
    Editor / Provider: Elvina Yang, Freelancer | Updated: 2018 / 12 / 18
  • Iris recognition system secures university’s athletic department
    Auburn University found a way to defeat this access control threat. In 2011, it chose an iris-scanning solution by Princeton Identity. Eyes, after all, are something that students and coaches have with them at all times.
    Editor / Provider: Princeton Identity | Updated: 2018 / 12 / 18