Thread Networks, Inc. is pleased to announce a distribution agreement with Fibar USA, LLC (headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A. and hereinafter referred to as “FIBARO”) to deliver FIBARO products to its customers across Colorado.
FIBARO designs, engineers, and manufactures both Z-Wave and Apple HomeKit® enabled devices. FIBARO’s Z-Wave system can be controlled from all popular device platforms from anywhere in the world. The system, using your choice of hundreds of Z-Wave actuators and sensors, allows users to create scenes, monitor and manage energy consumption, and the ability to integrate a growing list of third-party devices including cameras, media systems, and alarms.
Ting will heat up Willow Creek at Dry Creek and Yosemite first.
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission next month is planning a vote to kill Obama-era rules demanding fair treatment of web traffic and may decide to vacate the regulations altogether, according to people familiar with the plans.
Who? Kuber what? It’s an open-source software container system developed by Google that’s quickly gaining traction in cloud computing. Check out this cartoon to see how Philips (Hue) used Kubernetes to get application response to near real-time.
The city of Denver once again ranked among the slowest cities nationwide for 4G wireless speeds, according to a new report by OpenSignal, a firm that measures mobile network performance and speeds.
There’s a new Trojan seen recently dubbed ‘Silence’ because it is designed to lie in wait for quite some time allowing the actor to learn victim’s behavior. A similar Trojan was used by cybercriminal group in 2014 to steal $1 Billion. Yes, that’s BILLION.
Incumbent internet provider Comcast has spent $200,000 opposing a ballot measure to simply consider implementing municipal broadband in Ft. Collins. Given that Ft. Collins is just over 150,000 people, that’s a pretty impressive number just to try and shut down a conversation.
Voters will decide on the ballot initiative November 7th.