iBeacon Feels the Squeeze: Adapt (or Die?)

iOS8 is a monumental move towards devices that are more connected, more aware, and increasingly powered by iBeacon and Bluetooth LE technology. And yet in spite Apple shifting the emphasis from the screen to the world around the screen, iBeacon device makers are about to feel the squeeze. Google is expected to follow suit with […]

iOS8 : Bigger Than iBeacon

Apple gave us iBeacon with the launch of iOS7. It opened up a wave of innovation around proximity-based experiences that was showing no signs of slowing down. But iOS8 is orders of magnitude more significant. At its World Wide Developer Conference Apple didn’t just tweak a few iBeacon settings or add a few new classes […]

WWDC: Bringing Home the iBeacon

It’s hard to resist the parlor game of guessing what Apple will launch at its World Wide Developers Conference – but with the Wall Street Journal reporting that iBeacon will get time on stage during the keynote, I’ll add a few more last minute predictions to the list I posted this weekend. With Apple expected […]

iBeacon and WWDC: The Secret Star and 3 Things to Watch

Bluetooth LE and iBeacon may be the secret star of the annual World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC), with BLE powering features that include a new Healthbook suite of applications and software development tools and protocols for a connected home. The headlines are promising: your iPhone and iPad are about to get a lot more connected. […]