The hype around IoT is refusing to calm down. Should it? Is it just a fad? Or should you seriously consider IoT for your business? And if yes, says entrepreneur Abhinav Dubey, how should you go about incorporating the Internet of Things (IoT) in your business strategy?
DNA and Cisco will introduce the new DNA Connectivity IoT service to open global IoT ecosystem opportunities for Finnish companies. With the comprehensive service, DNA customers can develop and increase their IoT services businesses across both national and international markets.
Crowdloc, has announced the launch of its reportedly affordable, low power location tracking platform. It is designed for consumer electronics and enterprise assets, using Bluetooth Smart (Bluetooth Low Energy).
According to a newly released IDC study, organisations around the world are expected to triple the adoption of modern, automated networks over the next two years. To accelerate the journey to these digital-ready networks, Cisco is introducing new technologies that allow customers to virtualise and secure their networks.
Anyone that uses Amazon or Netflix will be familiar with their suggested algorithms. These learn from the products and films that customers regularly view and purchase to understand their buying or watching habits and provide them with products that correspond to their interests.
Chips continue to get smaller and operate faster, thereby enabling the development of amazing devices like smart phones. But, their intrinsic functionality hasn’t changed: they process data at blinding speeds.
The Swedish-Norwegian technology company AddSecure has signed a definitive agreement to be acquired by ABRY Partners, an American private equity firm.
German car manufacturer, BMW Group, has unveiled the ultimate intelligent driving car of the future to celebrate 100 years of its existence. BMW showcased a prototype of the car to represent the future of vehicles for next 100 years.
Microsoft is normally associated with proprietary technology that becomes a de facto industry standard. Therefore, the recent announcement that MS will support Kura and the open source Eclipse community came as a surprise, says Bob Emmerson, a freelance writer.
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