Category: IoT


Nokia gets on the amber nectar

Finnish kit vendor Nokia has got involved in creating a ‘connected digital microbrewery’ in Australia, as 5G finally starts to make itself truly useful.

Dyson invents the air purifying headphones

Dyson, the UK manufacturer made famous by selling upmarket vacuums based on jet engines or something like that, has unveiled a set of headphones that also blow purified air into your mouth.

5G – where were we 5 years ago and where are we today? Enrico Salvatori, Qualcomm, talks about an important moment for the role of digital in the new design of automotive technologies

5G, combined with AI, will be transformative in many industry sectors, but one area adopting this kind of technology particularly rapidly is automotive. Qualcomm aims to deliver in the three domains of digital chassis – connectivity and telematics, cockpit technology and autonomous design and thus enable the optimisation of performance. Expanding the parameters of connectivity is today’s reality and dramatically improves the user experience, ensuring consumers can get the same experience inside their car that they do on their smartphone. This will be the next step forward.

Dorset is loving its 5G

5G RuralDorset – a programme led by Dorset Council and the Department for Culture, Media and Sport – has put out a video explaining some 5G use cases, and it doesn’t do a bad job of selling it.

Why are MNOs drawn to the enterprise market?

IoT roaming and A2P messaging are driving mobile operators’ focus towards the enterprise market, creating new business opportunities and incremental revenue. Learn more from Howard Stevens, TOMIA CEO.

The smartwatch market hit record levels in 2021

The highest ever quarterly global shipments for smartwatches was recorded in Q4 2021 driven partly by cheaper devices and growth in India, claims industry analyst Counterpoint Research.

MWC 2022 is set to be the most diverse yet

Ahead of the return of the telecoms industry’s biggest trade show, analyst firm Omdia has given some collective thought to what we might end up chatting about there.

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