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Tag Archives: 2017
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University of Tokyo researchers built a sensor that’s like a temporary tattoo. Particle gets $ 20 million: IoT development platform Particle, which used to be known as Spark, has received $ 20...

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Welcome to the IoT weekly round-up. This week, IBM gets a coveted spot on the IoT Podcast, an MIT researcher may have solved the mystery of integrated touch with virtual reality experiences, and Google’s...

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The Josh.ai product is for pros to install. Voice startup gets $ 11 million: Jstar, the company behind Josh.ai, got $ 11 million to build a higher-end connected home hub that has voice as its primary...

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This week in the connected world, DARPA funds the efforts of six groups to develop a brain-to-computer, two-way interface, there’s a new tool for the visually impaired with text and facial recognition,...

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Echo Look will deliver your clothing data to Amazon. Intel lays off 140 working in IoT: This isn’t unexpected after the decision to stop producing several maker boards a few weeks back, but Intel...

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CIOs who say they are ‘very fulfilled’ in their roles is at a three year high, while more than half of organisations are investing in more nimble technology platforms. These are among the key highlights...

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WISeKey International, the Switzerland-based cybersecurity and IoT firm, has announced ‘significantly increased’ revenue up to $ 20 million (£15.4m), unaudited, for the first half of...

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It’s all about AI this week. IBM and Wimbledon join forces to put tennis fans at the heart of the action with SlamTracker, Ford announces a new Robots and AI Research team, and Instagram cracks down...

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Summer in the UK means two things: mandatory skimpy clothing (regardless of temperature,) and Wimbledon. For two weeks, the All England Lawn Tennis Club (to give it its full title) buzzes with up to 39,000...

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Hacked windmills and more! Behind Petya was a hacker who now feels bad: This is a good story discussing both how the Petya malware was created and why, and then the incredible effects after it was tweaked...

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When it comes to the latest technology trends, the two that are by far the most exciting and Sci-Fi-like are definitely virtual reality (VR) and the internet of things (IoT). Overall, both of these trends...

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The IoT weekly round-up is back! A lot has happened this week – from flying cars at the Paris Air Show and an autonomous wheelchair at MIT, to updated pet-recognition smarts for Kuri, domestic robot...