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  • Sigfox protocol: Network architecture, interfaces, protocol stack (SwA)
    16 Jul 2018 13:05
    Learn about Sigfox and its topology in this guest post by Perry Lea, an IoT and fog compute expert. Sigfox is a narrowband LPWAN (like NB-IOT) protocol developed in 2009 in Toulouse, France. The founding company goes by the same name. It is an LPWAN technology using the unlicensed ISM bands for a proprietary protocol. Sigfox has some traits that significantly narrow its utility: Up to 140...

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  • Build an SMS notification system with Android Things and Twilio (SwA)
    07 Jul 2018 17:41
    There are several scenarios where there is the need to send a notification using an SMS. The main target of this tutorial is describing, step by step, how to implement an IoT system based on Android Things that send SMS notification through Twilio. We all know the importance of IoT as a disruptive technology that is revolutionizing several economic areas. We do not need to describe what is IoT...

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  • How to Build a Surveillance System with Raspberry Pi 3 (SwA)
    23 Jun 2018 16:48
    Learn how to build a surveillance system in this guest post by Maneesh Rao, the author of Internet of Things with Raspberry Pi 3. Before proceeding to code, you need to install Node.js on your Raspberry Pi 3. Log in via SSH, and update your Raspberry Pi system packages to their latest versions. Update your system package list: Upgrade all your installed packages to their latest version: To...

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  • How to Create Your First Raspberry Pi Project (SwA)
    01 Jun 2018 09:11
    In this guest post, Peter Waher, the author of the book, Mastering Internet of Things, shows how you can build your first Raspberry Pi project. For the purposes of this article, you will need the following: A Raspberry Pi 2 or 3 A micro SD memory card (16 GB or greater) for each Raspberry Pi A shielded box to avoid electrostatic damage to your device A laptop or PC running Windows 10, where you...

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  • Build a Cayenne IoT system using Arduino ESP8266 and MQTT (SwA)
    17 Apr 2018 09:58
    This article describes how to build a Cayenne IoT system using Arduino ESP8266 and MQTT.  In more details, this IoT tutorial discovers how to use Arduino ESP8266 to send data to Cayenne IoT using MQTT protocol. Moreover, this Cayenne Arduino project investigates how to use MQTT to control remote peripheral using a web interface. This is a complete step by step tutorial covering how to build a...

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  • Android DataBinding in RecyclerView – Profile Screen (AndroidHive)
    16 Apr 2018 06:06

    In my previous article, we have learned the Basics of DataBinding. Today, we are going to put the basics into action by implementing a profile screen using data-binding concepts. The profile screen will have profile details at the top and the below section will have post images in grid format. The grid will be achieved [...]

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  • Google Pay Is Set to Dominate (AndroidHive)
    09 Apr 2018 17:51

    Over the last few years, the way consumers pay for goods and services has changed dramatically. Less of us are now using cash as a way to pay, with methods such as contactless become increasingly popular with the general public. During this time we have seen smartphone technology advance, with both Apple Pay and Google [...]

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  • Android working with DataBinding (AndroidHive)
    08 Apr 2018 06:03

    Android DataBinding provides a way to tie the UI with business logic allowing the UI values to update automatically without manual intervention. This reduces lot of boilerplate code in your business logic that you usually write to sync the UI when new data is available. DataBinding is one of the android architecture components suggested by [...]

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  • Android Integrating Google’s reCAPTCHA in your App (AndroidHive)
    04 Apr 2018 04:27

    Google’s reCaptcha API protects your website / app from malicious traffic. You might have seen the reCaptcha integrated on web pages. You can integrating the same in your Android apps too using SafetyNet API. The service is free to use and it will show a Captcha to be solved if the engine suspects user interaction [...]

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  • Android vs iOS: which mobile OS is right for you? (AndroidHive)
    28 Mar 2018 03:41

    When it comes to battling it out for which is the best, there is the age-old battle of the sexes, which is an ancient one, that we’re afraid has been going on since the dawn of time, and will probably continue on until the end of time. There is also the battle between BMW drivers [...]

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  • The World’s Thinnest Galaxy S9 Case Review (AndroidHive)
    22 Mar 2018 06:53

    Totallee recently released their ultra thin, minimalist phone cases for the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus. Since 2013, California based company has made a name for itself for its super thin phone cases that are branding free, slim and sleek. Not everyone wants to spend tons of money on a bulky case just [...]

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  • EaseUS MobiSaver for Android Transcends The Boundaries in Easy Android Data Recovery (AndroidHive)
    08 Mar 2018 10:17

    We have seen many people panicking when they have deleted something from their Android without proper knowledge. It happens when you clean up the Android for extra space, you know. Instead of panicking, they can do something better, though — use an Android data recovery software. Then, there is the next problem coming up. There [...]

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  • dr.fone Switch – the Easiest Way to do Phone Transfer and the Best Samsung Smart Switch Alternative (AndroidHive)
    05 Mar 2018 05:37

    Getting a flagship device like Galaxy S9 as your next phone is great, but there is a tough job in-between. It’s transferring contents from your old iPhone or Android phone to the brand-new Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus. You will have to copy and paste everything, from Photos to Videos and from Apps to [...]

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  • How to make a smart Android Things project using Machine Learning (SwA)
    01 Mar 2018 21:36
    This project explores how to apply Machine Learning to IoT. In more details, as IoT platform, we will use Android Things and as Machine Learning engine we will use Google TensorFlow. Nowadays, Android Things is in a stable version named Android Things 1.0 and ready to be used in the production systems. As you may know already Raspberry Pi is one of the supported platforms for development and...

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  • Gambling Apps are now available in the Google Play Store – But How will this affect the Casino Industry? (AndroidHive)
    28 Feb 2018 13:53

    Mobile gambling has taken on a life of its own in recent times, with more people than ever before choosing to play on their mobiles. From classical casino gambling like roulette and blackjack to more modern games like slots, players can now simply whip out their mobile and play for real money – anytime, anywhere. [...]

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  • How to Integrate Arduino and Google cloud platform: Cloud Data logger (SwA)
    02 Feb 2018 09:00
    This Arduino tutorial is a guide on how to integrate Arduino and Google cloud platform. In more details, this Arduino tutorial describes how to implement an Arduino Cloud Data logger.  Using this Arduino guide, you will discover how to connect Arduino to Google cloud. This is a quite common scenario, where you have to send data acquired by Arduino to a remote IoT cloud platform. Let us suppose we...

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  • Android Content Placeholder Animation like Facebook using Shimmer (AndroidHive)
    29 Jan 2018 05:10

    We normally use spinner loaders when the app wants to load the data from a network call. Instead of using the usual loaders, we can make the loading screen more interesting using Facebook’s Shimmer library. This library adds Shimmer effect on to any custom view that we define. You can notice this shimmer effect in [...]

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  • On Site And In Hand: How Companies Maximize Their Potential (SwA)
    06 Jan 2018 09:08
      Image Source: Facebook On this site, we like to talk about apps – a lot. And who can blame us? Many of the technology crazes of the past decade have culminated into apps, and anything from Amazon to your local movie theater has an app designed to function similar to how their website would, except on your phone or tablet. As the saying goes: there’s an app for that – and...

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  • IoT Notification: How to implement a notification system (SwA)
    02 Jan 2018 21:59
    This article describes how to implement an IoT notification system. A notification is a way we can use to send alarms or other kinds of information to users. This post details, step by step, how to build an IoT notification system using a few lines of code and integrating existing cloud platforms. The aim is to send a notification to several devices as Android, iOS or desktop PC. This IoT project...

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  • Play with Android Things GPIO pins and build a robot car (SwA)
    11 Dec 2017 08:35
    Android Things GPIO pins are used to control peripherals. GPIO stands for General Purpose Input Output and it is an interface to read the state of an external device. In this article, we will discover how we can use Android Things GPIO pins to control DC motors. While we will analyze how to use GPIO pins, we will build a remote-controlled car so that you can get a deeper knowledge about how to...

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