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Rene Millman

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Rene Millman is a freelance writer and broadcaster who covers IoT, mobile technology, cloud, and infrastructure. In the past, he has also worked as an analyst for both Gartner and IDC. He has made numerous television appearances discussing the technology trends and companies that shape our lives.

Digital Catapult & The Things Network expand UK LPWAN coverage

NEWSBYTE Digital Catapult, via its Things Connected initiative, has teamed up with The Things Network (TTN) to create the UK’s largest free-to-use LoRaWAN network. Digital...

Volvo looks to LiDAR startup to clear road towards autonomy

NEWSBYTE Volvo Cars has announced an investment in LiDAR startup Luminar that will see the latter provide its LiDAR sensing platform to Volvo, helping the...

Worldwide LPWA network connections to hit one billion by 2023

NB-IoT and LTE-M could overtake non-cellular LPWA for IoT in the next five years. Licensed low-power, wide-area (LPWA) network connections will outnumber their unlicensed counterparts...

MIT researchers devise IoT transmitter to stop hackers

NEWSBYTE Researchers at MIT have created a transmitter that could stop hackers from attacking IoT devices. Such devices are vulnerable to hack attacks that locate,...

Zingbox and Nuvolo team up to help combat healthcare IoT cyberthreats

Edge security company Zingbox has announced a partnership with cloud security specialist Nuvelo, which will see Zingbox’s IoT Guardian offering integrated with Nuvolo’s medical...

Panasonic, Qualcomm, Ford collaborate to develop connected car technologies

The companies will act as hub for advanced vehicle testing. Panasonic, Qualcomm, and Ford have teamed up to deploy cellular vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) technologies in Colorado. The...

ForgotDoor: Singapore routers gave full access to IoT hackers

ForgotDoor vulnerability caused by open ports. A vulnerability affecting hundreds of routers in Singapore could have given hackers complete access to connected devices. According to a...

Toronto pilots new smart city technologies with Intel, Microsoft

City partners with Microsoft, Intel, and others, to increase city efficiency. The City of Toronto in Canada has chosen a number of technologies to pilot...

Massive fall of consumer trust in driverless cars, says AAA

Serious accidents involving self-driving cars have damaged US trust in the technology, according to a new survey. The latest report from the American Automobile Association’s...

London hospital replacing doctors with AI to improve patient care

One of London's top NHS hospitals, University College London Hospital (UCLH), has partnered with the UK's national organisation for data science, the Alan Turing...

NVIDIA deep learning research helps robots learn in real time

Researchers from computer hardware giant NVIDIA have created a deep learning system that can teach robots to carry out a task just by watching...

New European consortium to improve IoT security, interoperability

NEWSBYTE A new European consortium is to begin working on Brain-IoT, a framework to improve the interoperability and security of Internet of Things (IoT)...
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