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Analyst firm Tractica believes that the healthcare applications for smart watches, fitness trackers, and body sensors will be a major driver in the next phase of wearables market growth. In its recently...

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Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) for the Internet of Things (IoT) continue to go at a steady pace, according to the latest analysis from Hampleton Partners. In total, 239 ‘assets’ have been...

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The number of 5G connections is likely to top one billion by 2025, according to new figures by Juniper Research. However, revenues from 5G IoT are likely to disappoint, analysts warned. The forecasts...

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Businesses are struggling to recruit employees with the skills needed to make a success of IoT, according to Canonical, creator of the IoT operating system, Ubuntu Core. The company’s report, Defining...

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Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, has published the results of a survey looking at adoption levels, security concerns and business use cases for the Internet of Things across EMEA. Among its...

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Nearly 200,000 security cameras connected to the internet sport a security vulnerability that can allow hackers to control them remotely. According to a report published by IT security company BitDefender,...

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Xiaomi secured top spot as the largest wearables vendor for the first time in the second quarter of 2017, according to new figures from Strategy Analytics. The Chinese firm shipped 3.7 million units,...

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Though Samsung seems to have taken the number one position in the semiconductor manufacturing sector, analyst firm IHS Markit states that the picture could be slightly different if the data is analysed...

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It is not often the heads of two major companies blast each other in public, so Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg calling Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s artificial intelligence warnings “pretty irresponsible”...

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The digital transformation of consumer goods supply chains is being held back by legacy infrastructure, according to a recent survey from IoT start-up, Evrythng. In a poll conducted at the Internet of...

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The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is planning to gut the 2015 net neutrality laws, which declared that internet service providers (ISPs) could not offer paid prioritization to web companies...

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The proliferation of robots and artificial intelligence into the workplace will make social inequality even worse and lead to significant job losses, according to a report from the Boston Consulting...