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Tag Archives: July
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Don’t count Low-Power Wide-Area Networks out just yet: ABI Research suggests that EU telecoms will face increased competition pressures from unlicensed spectrum providers for machine-to-machine (M2M)...

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Mr. Maciej Fiedler, Chief Executive Officer of Fibar Group S.A. & Mr. Roberto Griffa, Chief Executive Officer of Nice S.p.A. Image courtesy of Fibaro. Nice S.p.A acquires Fibaro for $ 73 million:...

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The IoT could create a black market in stolen sensors and SIMs: This story about a Polish environmental charity that had to pay a $ 2,700 phone bill after a tracker containing a SIM was stolen in the...

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It’s mapping your house. What is it doing with the data? Here are top stories related to the Internet of Things from the past week. Get this summary in your inbox every Friday morning when you...

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This week in the connected world: Disney tracks movie audience’s enjoyment with a new facial recognition system, Apple and Cochlear develop the first iPhone hearing implant and Google announces a new...

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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,...