The Internet of Things offers many advantages, including convenience, but for the uninformed or unwary can present a major security risk. Knowing how to protect your network and data is essential.
With the Internet of Things (IoT), your devices and appliances can be online and communicate with each other, as well as solve their own technological issues.
For many seniors, aging in place means independence and retaining preferred lifestyle. Technology and the Internet of Things can help manage the physical and other challenges that come with age.
How you can protect your home and personal smart devices and learn about the most hackable smart devices.
Reviewed: TCL 6 Series (2018 Roku TV), Vizio M-Series (2018), Samsung Q8 Series (2018) and Sony XBR-A1E Series.
Apple TV links up to your home’s internet, allowing you to access nearly everything you can view from a computer on your television.
If you’re thinking about purchasing a new smart TV, take a little time to search online before you head to the store. You can research prices, read reviews and find accessories you might want to purchase with your TV. In some ways, this is like window shopping, but without needing to leave your home.
A smart TV is simply a television that’s connected to internet, whether it’s wireless or wired. For people who are new to the technology, the idea of connecting a television to the internet can be confusing. Our Smart TV guide helps beginners get started.
The Internet of Things (IoT) provides us with convenience through advanced technologies, but it’s not all upsides. There are several security issues that threaten the advances IoT can provide. Learn what they are and how to fix or mitigate the risk.
In addition to convenience, Internet-of-Things technologies can help you increase your home’s security making it easy to keep a watchful eye over every part of your house, whether you’re at home or away.