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In part one, we used Michael Crichton’s 1973 sci-fi movie, Westworld, to illustrate the concepts of edge and fog (or edge fog) computing. Now we’ll explore how government can… IoT – Cisco Blog ...

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The Netherlands will soon be seeing the first of five planned 3D-printed concrete houses in the city of Eindhoven, as part of Project Milestone. The municipality of Eindhoven, Eindhoven University of...

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On Monday, the keynote kicked off Apple’s WorldWide Developer Conference with a focus on software and services. Nope, there was no new hardware, so no new support for Z-Wave or Zigbee radios like I...

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Red Hat has announced that Vorwerk is implementing a new IoT environment with multi-cloud support and an infrastructure based on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform. This hybrid cloud solution is developed...

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A weed-killing sprayer created by Bosch’s R&D team in conjunction with Bayer would sit on the arm of existing weed-spraying equipment. Photo by S. Higginbotham. At Bosch Connected World, I...

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When 2017 got me down, I turned to Topi the Corgi for some sanity. Like many of you, I spent last week resting up, reading, relaxing and playing so I could head into 2018 with new ideas, fresh goals...

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You can add a lot more than smart outlets to your rental unit. I get a lot of plaintive requests for articles that cover IoT for renters, so I’m pulling together a list for those who aren’t...

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Amazon announced that it sold millions of Alexa devices last weekend, helping to bring digital assistants to more individuals and smart homes. And yet, how “smart” are our smart homes these days,...

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Semiconductors are powering our smart world — advancing the computing, communicating and sensing technologies that have created the Internet of Things (IoT) and Industry 4.0. Eager to meet demand for...