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A year ago, at Mobile World Congress 2016, Samsung announced its first million hardware shipments. This marked the first time a major VR headset manufacturer had reached this milestone. At this same...

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Smart cars—whether self-driving, autonomous, or connected—represent the biggest opportunity for manufacturers and their employees since Henry Ford’s first Model T rolled off the assembly line more...

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After he’d just finished a project using RGB LEDs, Imgur user nolobot’s brother mentioned he needed a new computer desk. Most people would probably just let their brother buy one, others would...

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(c)iStock.com/johnason When people think about smart cities, they tend to view them as futuristic, but they’re going to start becoming more of a day-to-day reality rather than a vision for the future....

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You and your family’s air quality / pollution is becoming a bigger challenge every day. Millions of people die every year from issues caused by air quality and pollution. And clean water becomes more...

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Smart cities promise to improve our lives, whether through better health monitoring, smarter buildings, improved outdoor spaces, or reduced traffic congestion. This is important because the 21st century...

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Temperature-cum-humidity sensor mounted on a lamp post makes use of a wireless sensor network to collect environmental data in the neighborhood. Singapore’s smart city efforts have been covered...

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IoB Insiders Rob Bamforth of research company Quocirca looks back on (almost) ten years of the iPhone and asks: are enterprises are ready to embrace and discard new fashions in edge computing? As the...

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Andy Stanford- Clark, Distinguished Engineer and Master Inventor, IBM Professor Andy Stanford-Clark is a Distinguished Engineer in IBM’s global Internet of Things team. In his talk at IoT Forum 2016,...