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Event planning and management have gone far beyond what it was in the past. From manual registration to collaboration with the attendees, everything has changed with the emergence of technology. From mobile...

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The new Digi XBee3 smart series features micro, SMT, and through-hole form factors, design flexibility, and advance Digi XBee capabilities with its reduced size, weight, and power consumption. Machine...

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It’s Day 3 at AWS re:Invent and this morning’s keynote from AWS CEO Andy Jassy has us fired up! Joining Andy on stage were an impressive array of AWS customers: Expedia, Goldman Sachs, and the NFL,...

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Internet of Things is transforming and revolutionizing every aspect of our lives. Be it leisure, business, retail or healthcare, almost every industry is settling to adopt new technologies and IoT...

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Having moved from a single family home to a townhouse last year, my smart home has changed a little. Mostly for the better, but not always: Gotta keep the HOA happy, which is why my smart lock is brass,...

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We are bombarded by news about the IoT and how it will change our lives—and, how product makers will need to change to keep up. But what does that really mean for product design and engineering processes? More...

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Get a sneak peak at the everyday worldwide developments including news & research in the realm of Internet of Things (IoT) and connected devices. Following the links, you’ll know newest...

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If you ask a good handful of people what the biggest problem with their smartphone is, you could bet that many of them will say ‘battery life’. It’s been a perennial problem for telecoms and hardware...

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This is the second in a 3-part series of blogs on trends in next-generation automotive safety and security. In part one, I wrote about the 15 Hackable Points in Next-Generation Vehicles. To learn more,...