Over the past couple of years IoT has become the most hyped word around the
world, and rightly so because we all know IoT is here to stay.
So what is IoT?
IoT stands for the Internet of Things. It refers to the devices that are
connected through the internet. The basic concept is connecting any device
with an on and off switch to the Internet, devices such as cell phones,
wearable devices, coffee machines, connected homes even your refrigerator and
all those things you can think of.
We have collected a list of factors that will demonstrate how rapidly this
sector is growing, and some mind-boggling numbers to prove that IoT (Internet
of Things) is here to stay for a very long time.
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There are number of IoT services and products that come up every day, it
becomes difficult to keep up with them. In order to match up the pace with
this ever-evolving market, businesses owners should keep themselves updated
about the IoT space. We have created a list of IoT influencers you can track
to get your daily dose of updates.
1. Internet of Things
Twitter Handle - @theiot
You will find the most comprehensive & up to date #IoT news, by
2. Chris Anderson
Twitter Handle - @chr1sa
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