QNX Wireless Framework Integrates Cellular and Wi-Fi into Embedded Systems

QNX Software Systems Limited, a subsidiary of BlackBerry Limited, today announced the launch of the QNX Wireless Framework, a complete software solution that allows embedded systems developers to make cellular and Wi-Fi hardware changes without having to rewrite software applications or change how the applications run. Continue reading “QNX Wireless Framework Integrates Cellular and Wi-Fi into Embedded Systems”

Building an API-driven Ecosystem for the Internet of Things

The latest wave of expansion for the Internet of Things (IoT) builds on existing approaches to web and mobile development using APIs built on commonly available, low-cost web infrastructure. HTTP may not be the ideal machine-to-machine (M2M) communication mechanism for all IoT developers, but it is the preferred format for syncing valuable IoT data …  Continue reading “Building an API-driven Ecosystem for the Internet of Things”

Nest’s New Developer Program Is Another Sign The ‘Internet Of Things’ Moment Has Arrived

Historically, smart thermostat maker Nest has kept its API behind closed doors, allowing only its proprietary products to communicate and build off its connected home platform. Now, the Google-owned company has made a shift, and launched a developer program that opens its API to outside developers. Continue reading “Nest’s New Developer Program Is Another Sign The ‘Internet Of Things’ Moment Has Arrived”

Mobile Health: Human API Helps Developers Enter The New Growth Market

The release of the Human API may help untangle the complex web of big data, insurance standards, health care sensors, and disease causal pathways that currently prevents many developers from designing health applications. The Human API offers a platform to make human health data available through a RESTful interface, using OAuth 2.0 authentication. Continue reading “Mobile Health: Human API Helps Developers Enter The New Growth Market”

The Broadband Forum, DECT Forum, HGI, Open IPTV Forum, Open Mobile Alliance and the Small Cell Forum held a successful workshop to investigate shared issues and opportunities to enhance support of services in the home.

Hosted by the Open Mobile Alliance, the Home Environment Services workshop convened immediately preceding the GSMA Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, and identified shared focus areas in the rapidly diversifying home environment: Continue reading “The Broadband Forum, DECT Forum, HGI, Open IPTV Forum, Open Mobile Alliance and the Small Cell Forum held a successful workshop to investigate shared issues and opportunities to enhance support of services in the home.”