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Want to be aware of all the cool and tempting IoT news? The following list will bring you up to date: IoT Lights Up Trucking & Logistics! Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis, Developments...

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With virtual assistants answering our emails and robots replacing humans on manufacturing assembly lines, mass unemployment due to widespread automation seems imminent. But it is easy to forget amid...

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When researchers assembled the “network of networks” in 1983, they created what would become the modern Internet, something that would forever change business and the world in unknown and exciting...

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Jabil and eyeSight have announced a partnership to develop ‘next-generation’ driver monitoring and gesture control solutions for automotive customers. The monitoring technology checks the attentiveness...

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Oil prices have fallen dramatically over last few years, forcing some major oil companies to take drastic actions such as layoffs, cutting investments and budgets, and more. Shell, for example, shelved...

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Today there are literally billions of indoor assets that need be tracked in real-time, to optimize processes and reduce costs. The landscape for asset tracking is rapidly changing from an industry that...

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Did you get the memo? We’re living in the future. But despite being in the middle of the 4th Industrial Revolution (or Industry 4.0), we’re not seeing the increase in productivity we’re used...

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Whether we realise it or not, we are already in the era of ‘connected’ vehicles and have been for a few years. The vehicle has already become a thing and just as pretty much everything around us does...

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Agricultural practices will need to continue to develop and become more efficient, if the findings of recent research pieces are anything to go by. For instance, PwC has reported on expert views that...

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Higher education has always been fertile ground for the creation of new, boundary-pushing technology. While VR software and hardware innovation have been, to date, largely the domain of startups and...

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After disappointing first quarter sales, Fitbit is making a move for the wearable health market. The company said it has a device in development that will be able to detect sleep apnea, a disorder...

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When the first mobile SIM was revealed 1991, it was the size of a credit card. Obviously phones were bigger then. Much bigger. All the same, says Jon Campbell, director of messaging and IoT EMEA at cloud...