Posted February 06, 2020 06:24:56I don't really understand why this post was made.I was on the front page and I didn't get a response from anyone at the company, but then someone on the top page wrote something about the next post.I don'T know why this is a good idea, or even if it's even going to happen....
New York City, New England, and Boston are the next big cities to be added to Google’s new “Internet of Things” category.
The “Internet” in IoT refers to the ubiquitous devices that connect to internet-connected devices such as robots, home automation systems, or drones.
Google said it has now added more than 100 cities to the list.
The company said it is now working with cities to add more cities to its “internet of things” category, as well as cities that are already part of the IoT category.
Google announced the addition of the cities in an announcement on Wednesday.
The city of Waltham, Massachusetts, became the first city to become a part of Google’s IoT category on March 23.
The Boston area will join the list next month.
Google says cities will be added in the coming months.
Google and its partner cities have partnered with dozens of companies to create devices that can interact with sensors, and to provide internet connectivity to the city, Google said.
For example, the city of Cambridge, Massachusetts was selected to become the city in 2019.
The search giant says it will now add more locations to its IoT category, including San Francisco, San Jose, San Diego, and Los Angeles.
Google is partnering with Google Fiber, a broadband company, to bring internet to the cities.