Category: IoT


Infographic: What Brits think of the smart home

The smart home is proving to be one of the most hotly contested areas of the burgeoning technology industry, but how do we actually feel about the idea of a connected home.

Smart speaker battle starts to get nasty

Amazon and Google are miles ahead in the battle for the living room, and the fight was always going to get sour at some point. Withdrawing YouTube from Echo Show was the first shot.

Ford Lyfts its self-driving ambitions

Ford has announced a new partnership with ride-sharing business Lyft, which is proving to be a bit of a social butterfly in the autonomous world.

Ericsson jumps on the tetherless bandwagon

Ericsson has released new VoLTE based core network multi-SIM voice call functionality, to essentially allow operators to offer voice services on multiple SIM-based devices.

Tetherless Apple Watch set to launch for the lucky 32%

Apple has lined up its latest attempt to convince people there is value in smartwatches, but only if you are part of the lucky 32% who live in the right country, and have a contract with the right operator.

Autonomous car industry takes on a life of its own

How did SK Telecoms autonomous car get on with Korea’s busiest road, is Tesla hungry enough to design its own chips and how is Blackberry still a thing? All good questions raised this morning.

Can money buy friends? Intel is hoping so

Intel has shown its defensive side with a humble-brag that it has invested $1 billion in artificial intelligence. We didn’t realize Intel had to use money to make friends, but each to their own.

Nokia spreads its IoT WINGs

Nokia is expanding its IoT armoury with service offerings to help mobile operators enter new IoT market segments or expand their footprint geographically.

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