New Scientist article The Internet Of Things is changing everything from how we do things to how we communicate.
It’s not a thing, but it’s the next big thing.
We’re living in an age of connected things.
How do we connect to the outside world?
That’s what New Scientist has been doing for the past two decades.
In this book, New Scientist’s science editor, Simon Murray, explores the intersection of our changing world with the new technologies that are making it possible.
It turns out the Internet of Everything has many applications.
The first is to make sure you can connect to a network that doesn’t exist.
The second is to help you control your own home and other devices.
The third is to connect with others in a way that’s more efficient.
And the fourth is to improve our health and wellbeing.
New Scientist covers a broad range of technology, from the new types of wearable sensors to the power-sipping medical devices that are turning doctors into doctors’ offices.
But the book’s most compelling contribution is to explore how technology is changing the way we think about our physical world.
New Science is the best source of science-based information on the topic of the Internet Of Everything.