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Digital technology is keeping Britain fit, according to a survey Indian IT consultancy Tata Consultancy Services (TCS). TCS, two-time sponsors of the London Marathon which took place yesterday, has released...

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27 percent of all homeowners in the United States have purchased an Internet of Things (IoT) device for their home, according to a new “smart home index” report. Wink, a home automation...

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Autonomous cars might be road ready in less than five years, but it will take another decade before the general public are allowed to buy them, according to Ford’s head of research, Ken Washington. The...

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Larger traditional insurers typically work in much the same way as they have done for over 300 years. These old-school insurance companies have come late to IoT and must change in order to survive –...

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When it comes to deciding whether to add connectivity to a ‘thing’ – a device, a product, or even its packaging – cost is a major factor. More specifically, manufacturers are forced to weigh...

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By Manuel, Editorial Manager at IoT Business News. Internet-enable everything, but ignore security at your peril: that was the recent message from internet guru and known IoT skeptic, Vint Cerf. Speaking...

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Breed Reply CEO and angel investor Emanuele Angelidis tells Internet of Business why IoT start-ups matter, what he looks for in investment opportunities and how the European start-up scene is changing. Emanuele...

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Internet of Business caught up with Brian McBride, chairman of ASOS and Wiggle and keynote speaker at this week’s Internet of Retail conference in London, to talk about IoT adoption among British...

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There are more than 250 smart city projects underway across 178 cities around the world, according to a new report from market research company Navigant Research. The Smart City Tracker 1Q17 examines...