Category: IoT


Intel set to be another wearables casualty

It’s a sub-sector which has promised more false dawns than the England Football team, and now it seems the wearables division has claimed Intel as its latest victim,

UK finds India in search for post-Brexit fortunes

The UK and India have announced a new tech partnership to identify and pair businesses, venture capital and universities, British and Indian entrepreneurs and small and medium enterprises make a splash in the connected economy.

IoT and eSIM: Connecting the future

The wireless world is changing, and quickly. From devices to applications, network infrastructure to how connectivity is managed and sold, nothing stands still in the cellular space.

Clothes are getting smarter

Imagine if that very smart T-shirt you were wearing was actually really smart. As in connected smart. And imagine if it could read, hold and send data about you and your condition over a mobile network to a doctor or an emergency services team.

Microsoft strives for an intelligent edge in IoT

Microsoft has announced it will invest $5 billion in the Internet of Things over the next four years focused on security, creating development tools and intelligent services for IoT and the edge.

Spar prepares for opening of first cashless store

Retailer Spar International is making the final preparations to open the first cashless supermarket in the Netherlands at the Hogeschool Utrecht university campus tomorrow (Wednesday 4 April).

Qualcomm’s 5G Day, 5G momentum and IoT

Dino Flore, VP of Technology at Qualcomm, explains the thinking behind Qualcomm’s recent 5G day and the sheer scale of opportunities that will be created by the next generation of wireless technology.

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