I am a big fan of fitbit and normally wear a watch on my wrist and a fitbit on my belt, but when Fitbit came out with the Force, I went with it allowing me to give up my watch and just wear my fitbit Force to track both time and activity.
Now if they will create an option for the time to always be displayed vs. having to hit the button, I will be even happier!
Making the Internet of Things (IoT) more applicable. When thinking about all of the things in our houses that connect to the cloud we can use the term HtC to stand for House to Cloud.
My HtC world already includes access to my garage door, thermostat, smoke detectors, water sensors and door locks.
What does your HtC look like?
If you have seen the Liberty Mutual commercials where the driver thinks he is going backwards, but instead plows forward into his garage door, you can understand the problem I am thinking about. Since cars are now connected to the Internet and garage doors, via MyQ, are connected, MyQ should be able to signal to the car to not hit a closed garage door. Might also be useful in protecting people from starting a car with the garage door closed.
I have been using this service for 1 month so far, seems to just work, which is how I like it.