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More than 250 smart city projects exist in 178 cities around the world, with the majority focusing on government and energy initiatives followed by transportation, buildings and water, according to Navigant...

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This is a guest post from Vaughn Shinall, Head of Product Outreach at Temboo. Making 20,000 cakes more safely and efficiently every day, improving engine manufacturing for lawnmowers so they run more...

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Remember when personal GPS systems were new? They were clunky, handheld devices used primarily in lines of work like the military or scientific research that suddenly became available to average consumers....

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Download this article as part of a free collection. Download the Collection Free download, compliments of:   To succeed in the long run, businesses need to create and leverage some kind of...

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I predict every elderly person will soon have a personal home assistant, ready to respond to their every command. However, that home health aide may not be human. Instead, it may sit on the kitchen counter...

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Can technology improve collaboration between doctors, patients, and payers? Yes. The Internet of Things (IoT), health wearables, and health apps all offer this promise. Sensors can send real-time data...

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Arduino Day is now less than three weeks away, and we cannot wait to celebrate with everyone on April 1st. So far, we’ve received hundreds of submission from all across the world and are constantly...

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The UK government has unveiled a new strategy to build 250,000 more affordable homes, following an admission in February 2017 that England’s housing market is “broken.” With the continued...

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The educational gap between skills demanded by IoT companies and practical knowledge of workforce could decrease (endanger) the expected growing of the market. The best well-known research companies are...