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The WPC was showing off a kitchen with integrated Qi wireless charging built into the countertops. Image courtesy of S. Higginbotham. Wireless power, after years of waiting, has infiltrated the phone...

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Security never seems to get any easier, does it? Ransomware, say the experts, shows no signs of diminishing as a threat to consumers and enterprises. So if they can’t nullify the threat, how can...

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For the Internet of Things (IoT) to work best it needs to be like a top class referee. Since they keep the game flowing, says Nick Booth, the very best refs are the ones you hardly even notice. Technology...

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Smart cities can add value not just through money saved by efficient operations but also through the added benefits for citizens and local businesses by adding great design. Let’s change the design...

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I’ve considered the concept of context to be one of the most important when it comes to interacting with data. Before the first Android Wear watch debuted, I noted that Google Now could provide valuable...

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The trend of bringing your own device (BYOD) to work in healthcare is based on efficiency. Being able to communicate on devices they’re familiar with can help doctors, nurses, and care teams respond...

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Technology makes our lives better in many ways, making us more productive, giving us access to cheaper resources, and even extending our lifespans. But our human minds and bodies didn’t evolve to deal...

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LPWA networks are set to unleash the next wave of growth for asset tracking solutions, according to a new report from ABI Research. Reaching 500 million tracked things by 2023, low-cost, battery-powered...

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Back in December last year, Cisco led a 30 partner consortium to enter a UK government competition, to design, build and run innovative 5G Testbed and Trial programs. We won! Read more here… IoT...