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Chris Middleton

Chris Middleton
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Chris Middleton is the editor of Internet of Business, and specialises in robotics, AI, the IoT, blockchain, and technology strategy. He is former editor of Computing, Computer Business Review, and Professional Outsourcing, among others, and is a contributing editor to Diginomica, Computing, and Hack & Craft News. Over the years, he has also written for Computer Weekly, The Guardian, The Times, PC World, I-CIO, V3, The Inquirer, and Blockchain News, among many others. He is an acknowledged robotics expert who has appeared on BBC TV and radio, ITN, and Talk Radio, and is probably the only tech journalist in the UK to own a number of humanoid robots, which he hires out to events, exhibitions, universities, and schools. Chris has also chaired conferences on robotics, AI, digital marketing, and space exploration, and spoken at numerous other events.

IoT security: New AI, ML, 5G, WingOS, satcom risks identified

Last week was a bad one for the cybersecurity sector, according to security experts at the DEF CON and Black Hat conferences. Chris Middleton...

Apple’s record results see it booming in wearables, mobile payments

Despite the widely held belief that Apple is losing ground to Google and has been short of big ideas since the passing of Steve...

China trade tariffs a “tax on consumers”, says Apple CEO

Apple CEO Tim Cook has slammed the escalating trade war between China and the US as a “tax on the consumer”. In an earnings call...

Uber closing self-driving truck division, refocusing on cars

Uber is pulling down the shutters on its self-driving trucks unit, a programme rooted in the $680 million acquisition of San Francisco-based Otto in 2016. The company has...

UK announces £20 million competition for low-carbon transport projects

NEWSBYTE The UK government has announced a new £20 million commitment to invest in low-carbon vehicle development, low-emission engines, and new energy storage systems. The Advanced...

T-Mobile, Nokia sign $3.5bn US 5G deal

T-Mobile and Nokia have announced a $3.5 billion 5G deal in the US. Nokia will provide T-Mobile with its complete 5G technology, software, and services portfolio, helping...

Zuckerberg at bay: Is Facebook too big to fail? | Analysis

Internet of Business says The question ‘Is Facebook to big to fail?’ is on Wall Street's mind, in the wake of a torrid week for...

Intelligent automation: AI, RPA will fail without strategic leadership – KPMG

Most intelligent automation projects that are underway or in the pipeline will fail, according to a new report published this morning by professional services...

Amazon’s record financials reveal AWS as the $6bn golden egg

Retail behemoth and connected technology company Amazon has reported Q2 results that reveal record profits of $2.5 billion and 39 percent year-on-year revenue growth. Amazon...

SophiaTX enterprise B2B blockchain goes live

Swiss B2B blockchain company Equidato Technologies has announced the launch of its SophiaTX blockchain ‘mainnet’. Public blockchain SophiaTX is designed to be decentralised enterprise computing...

Google announces new Edge TPU and Cloud IoT Edge products

On the back of last night’s unveiling of its enterprise Cloud Services Platform, Google has just announced two new products aimed at helping customers...

Google unveils enterprise Cloud Services Platform – AI, on-premise options

Picture three American muscle cars parked in the enterprise driveway. One, the largest vehicle, carries the badge ‘AWS’, the second ‘Microsoft Azure’, and the...
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