We have come a long way since Apple’s announcement of the “iBeacon” at the end of 2013. The term “iBeacon” came with a lot of questions for those who are not tech savvy – what does it do? What are the use cases? Isn’t Bluetooth a little too old to be new? Well, Bluetooth 4.0 was too smart to be, but it would be useless to write about the variety of changes and features that you’ve all probably have come to admire by now.
Security-Sensitive Applications Like Smart Homes and Mobile Payments To Become More Secure As Blesh Beacons Start Supporting Eddystone-EID, A New Open Frame Type By Google.
Blesh has become one of the providers of the next-generation Bluetooth® Smart beacon format, Eddystone™, introduced by Google as the backbone of the Physical Web. Eddystone quickly deploys real-world context to users and packs together all of which BLE beacons have to offer: iBeacon, the Physical Web and what comes in line.
The year 2015 is not entirely what Robert Zemeckis in his epic movie, Back to the Future II, had predicted.
There are no hover boards that float above the roads, there neither are flying cars as a default means of transportation. Although real 2015 has fallen short of such imaginable yet juvenile predictions, not every aspect of Zemeckis’ imagined world is unreal. The foreshadowing details about the telecommunications means in the movie are strikingly similar to today’s reality. Continue Reading…