It’s Good to Be Understood – The Always Listening Home

The dream of having a truly “smart” home has finally started to materialize in a meaningful way.  One aspect of the smart home concept which has been severely underestimated until very recently, though, is the emergence of voice-activated systems and their ability to make sense of spoken commands and requests from humans.  Speech is a primary […]

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This Week’s IoT Summit

As we briefly discussed in last week’s press release (and in a blog before that), Tim Saxe will be keynoting this Thursdays IoT Summit, just down the road from QuickLogic HQ at the Santa Clara Convention Center.  Tim’s speech, “What Wearables Design Teaches Us about IoT (Internet of Things”, will open the summit on March […]

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Context Awareness and Wearables…

To me, wearable’s are still in exploring mode; meaning, market winners and losers are still to be decided.   Certainly the fragmentation of the market proves this.  However, what is becoming clear is that always-on sensing and context awareness are becoming “must haves” going forward. The folks at Gigaom and IBM think so: http://gigaom.com/2014/03/01/for-the-next-wave-of-wearables-context-will-be-king/ It is […]

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