Why the Vivaldi browser is venturing into the Internet of Things
With its latest release, Vivaldi becomes the world’s first browser to let you control your smart-home lighting. Taking Vivaldi into the space of the Internet of Things through the Philips Hue wireless lighting system integration is just the first step in exploring this evolution of Internet technology.
Within a decade, many homes will have hundreds of devices connected to the web. We began this journey as Internet and web technologies began to take hold of the desktops of many people worldwide. The journey has given us the Internet on PCs, mobile and other devices. Impressive as these innovations may seem, there is a lot more to come – and a lot of work to be done.
hanzoedge last edited by
Wise words of the CEO Jon von Tetzchner. Excellent browser please keep innovating my eternal thanks for this piece of sofwtare
That little pic at top of your article reminds me of this Tube music video
AsterX last edited by
Great Job - now make Vivaldi itself capable to run on tiny devices (-;
Thumbs up for Vivaldi-'arm' running on PocketChip (-:
newscpq last edited by
please, please, please…
please, take a deep look on what Eurotech http://www.eurotech.com/ already did.
Eurotech is a public company (BIT: ETH) that donated to the open source community (eclipse) many of the things they did.
Facebook's chat worked since they implemented a Eurotech internet protocol (the MQTT) that Eurotech gave away for free...
Please, please, please...
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