Microsoft announced today that it will invest $5 billion in Internet of Things (IoT) research and innovation over the next four years.
Recent Windows 10 IoT Core Stories
GLAS, the smart thermostat built by Johnson Control is now available for pre-order. It's powered by Cortana, Azure, and Windows 10 IoT Core.
I revisited Windows IoT Core a few weekends ago and found it to be useful in a quick project that involved dumping my wireless headset's EEPROM. In other words, just another weekend at Rafael's place.
A new Microsoft promo video depicts a smart thermostat that is powered by Cortana, Windows IoT Core, and Azure.
Years in the making, Google's Internet of Things (IoT) platform, now called Android Things, is ready for its first developer preview.
Microsoft is finally opening up Cortana quite a bit to developers, and it will let them put this technology in a wide variety of devices.
The Unified Update Platform (UUP) promises to dramatically reduce the size of the updates---major or minor---that Microsoft delivers to Windows 10 going forward.
I was a bit nervous to see the Raspberry Pi 3 announced with no mention at all of Windows 10. But Microsoft has confirmed that it supports the new kit PC with a free version of Windows 10 IoT Core.
Good morning from Manchester, England. Today: Windows IoT on Galileo is killed, of Microsoft's mobile missteps, and Yahoo's failed "Community" experiment.