25 years is a long time, especially in technology. Indeed, 1991 saw the appearance of the world’s first web page, and the introduction of the Notebook.
By Jeremy Green
With the Paris Agreement on climate change on track for full ratification, there is at last a chance that the ‘biggest risk to the global economy’ might finally get some of the attention it deserves.
That almost certainly means that there will be renewed pressures on enterprises to cut their own carbon emissions; the exact proportion varies, but in developed [...]
The Internet of Things has taken the world by storm. With a long list of potential benefits for businesses and consumers alike, it is no surprise that there is a growing list of companies aiming to tap into the potential.
Vodafone announced that the world’s first live commercial NB-IoT networks will be in Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands and Spain in the first three months of 2017.
Gemalto, a global provider of digital security, is collaborating with Alibaba Group’s YunOS to provide connectivity and security for YunOS.
EnOcean, the developer of energy-harvesting wireless technology, announced its first energy-harvesting wireless modules for 2.4 GHz BLE systems. The new modules complement the existing EnOcean wireless technology on the sub 1 GHz band and ZigBee wireless products on the 2.4 GHz frequency band.
Software AG has entered a strategic innovation partnership with Robert Bosch GmbH to develop new joint services and solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT) and Industry 4.0.
Nokia has joined the UK’s Bristol Is Open initiative, becoming the first major telecoms vendor to participate in Bristol’s living laboratory and underlining its commitment to smart city solutions, an increasingly important part of our connected world.
IoT is taking hold in a broad range of industries from automotive to farming to manufacturing. One of the biggest growing markets is the smart home with many areas ripe for development including controllers, lighting, thermostats, security, and sensors.
HomeServe, a home assistance provider in the UK, is strengthening its partnership with general insurer, Aviva, with the news that Aviva is the first insurer to offer LeakBot to its customers. This is a smart connected water leak detector, developed by HomeServe Labs.
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