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In a recent conversation, John Donahoe, the former CEO of eBay who currently runs ServiceNow, told me about the most important phase in a company’s digital transformation: the part where you start...

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Cultural probes aim to elicit unique responses by asking people to respond to a question, many times in the form of a photograph. While disposable cameras once worked quite nicely for this purpose, their...

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— Svein-Egil Nielsen, the chief technical officer at Nordic Semiconductor. Image courtesy of Nordic. It’s no secret that I love chip companies. I was a chip reporter for more than a decade, and...

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Kevin and I at CES in 2018 when we hunt for cool new stuff and ask manufacturers about your questions. This week Kevin and I decided to do something a bit unusual, turning our segment where we answer...

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Many companies are excited to utilise IoT capabilities for business advantages and new product opportunities. However, since IoT development is a still a new – and somewhat unknown – entity for many...

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The next couple of days will be important for the future of the Internet, as the European Parliament’s Committee on Legal Affairs (JURI) will vote on the proposed Copyright Directive. The Directive,...

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The news was amazing: Police in California used DNA evidence collected decades ago to identify the suspected Golden State Killer, a serial killer and rapist active between the mid-‘70s and mid-‘80s....

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The last mile, or the virtual mile between the enterprise and the IoT device, is often the most difficult for enterprises. I’ve shared the eight imperative questions that enterprises must ask themselves...

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While at IKEA to interview Lena Pripp-Kovac I partook of the famed meatballs. They were delicious. We hear a lot about designing with security in mind for connected products, but Lena Pripp-Kovac, Sustainability...