TP-LINK launches ‘all-in-one’ smart home router and new line of connected devices

TP-LINK® has announced its new SR20 Smart Home Router with Touchscreen, an all-in-one router and Internet of Things (IoT) hub with ZigBee and Z-Wave. The SR20 delivers powerful AC1900 class performance that will transform the connected home experience.

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Only 6% of Brits intend to buy a smartwatch, new research shows

Grim sales forecasts for smartwatch sales have been reaffirmed by new research commissioned by The BIO Agency, which found just 6% of British adults intend to buy one in the next 12 months.

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How secure is your IoT ‘home security’ system?

Following news this week that vulnerabilities have been found in the Xfinity Home Security system provided by Comcast, the world’s largest broadcasting and cable company* it is fair to ask how secure ‘IoT security’ systems really are. As Jeremy Cowan asks, who guards the guardians? 

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Telensa begins deployment of smart city wireless control system for 55,000 LED streetlights across Gloucestershire, UK

Telensa has announced that work has begun on a major new deployment which will cover 55,000 LED streetlights over approximately 1,000 sq. miles across Gloucestershire, UK.

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New smart wallet offers security and trackability with ultra-slim design

Have you ever lost your wallet? If you have, the security issues of a traditional wallet can cause irreparable harm in the form of indentify theft, stolen cash, skimmed credit card data and more.

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Smart home technology: Providing independence to the elderly while strengthening family ties

As Baby Boomers age, the need for adult care and assisted living continues to grow. As of February 2015, 8.4 million people in the U.S. receive support annually from five main long-term care service options: home health agencies, nursing homes, hospices, residential care communities, and adult day service centers. Outside these facilities, 43.5 million family

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Ownership of smart home products increases by over 50%, but interoperability still a challenge

New research shows that the ownership of smart home products increased by more than 50% over the last 12 months. For 2016, the international research firm Parks Associates expects further growth as 43% of broadband-equipped households in the US plan to purchase a smart home device. Parks predicts a similar trend for Europe and the

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Welcome back, we’ve changed a bit. How about you?

You turn your back for a few hours and look what happens! The things you’ve come to rely on – like M2M Now – change. Welcome to IoT Now.

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LPRS chosen by Link Labs to distribute LoRa-based IoT connectivity products, names new MD

LPRS (Low Power Radio Solutions), worldwide radio specialists supplying high reliability wireless solutions, has been appointed by Link Labs to sell its market leading LoRaTM  range of wireless modules and gateways.

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Future smart ‘things’ to be co-operative, emotional and lucrative, say CW speakers

The process of providing connectivity and functionality to ‘things’ no longer represents a challenge in the modern digital era.

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Growth projections and smart thermostats: What makes sense?

With the introduction of the Nest Learning Thermostat in 2011, many manufacturers have brought connected and smart thermostats to the market, in an attempt to capture or maintain market share.

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New Qube smart bulb with built-In Wi-Fi dramatically lowers smart lighting cost

Wouldn’t it be great to wake up to a cool blue light during a sunny morning and come home to a warm sunset lighting mood in the evening? With Qube™ smart light bulbs, you can do just that. The new Qube, a 24/7 connected Smart Bulb with built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), ensures

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Wistiki launches Philippe Starck designed tracking decives to find lost items from smartphone

Wistiki has launched the FOUND YOU! a collection of four premium and intuitively connected accessories, designed by the designer, Philippe Starck, that helps to find items from the smartphone.

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Child Angel selects Intel and Arkessa to connect new IoT wearable device with life-saving potential

A new wearable child locator device is being launched enabling parents to safely give their children some of the freedom they crave. The Child Angel solution uses cutting-edge machine-to-machine (M2M) and embedded processor technology from Arkessa and Intel to deliver highly accurate location readings securely to the parents’ smartphones maintaining parental peace of mind in

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Smart cities: The next frontier

Across the region, cities are racing to make themselves ‘smarter’. By harnessing the power of computing, networks and big data, their aim is to improve living standards for citizens and reduce the impact of urbanisation on the environment.

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Kii IoT platform collaborates with Kyocera to power ‘Daily Support’ wearable smart healthcare device and service

Kii has announced a strategic collaboration with Kyocera Corporation to develop a cloud-based healthcare monitoring service and smart device combination called ‘Daily Support’. Kyocera selected Kii as a cloud partner because of the wide variety of features suitable for its business model and global deployment availability.

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