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Amazon Dash comes to the UK

IoT in the home lets customers order products at the touch of a button. Amazon has bought its IoT-enabled Amazon Dash button to the UK...

Amazon Web Services and Microchip partner to secure IoT

Amazon Web Services and semiconductor technology company Microchip Technology are developing a new solution to protect the Internet of Things. The companies have teamed up...

IoT could result in fraud reduction in insurance

Celent analyst Craig Beattie believes that IoT could help the insurance industry to reduce fraud. Speaking with IoB editor Doug Drinkwater at the Internet of Insurance conference...

How IoT is helping Airbus to make better planes – and...

French airplane manufacturer Airbus is harnessing Internet of Things (IoT) technologies to clear a backlog of orders, and to boost its own revenues. Speaking...

How do IoT start-ups survive and thrive?

IoB asks IoT start-ups Domotz, OSeven and Quantifyle how they keep their heads above water in an increasingly competitive market. Simply remaining intact as an...

The top ten IoT acquisitions of 2016

The Internet of Things (IoT) vendor ecosystem is booming in 2016, and serious money is being pumped into M&As and industry partnerships. IoB looks...

Why IoT loves Node.js

Do you care what happens inside the 'guts' of the Internet of Things (IoT) and is it all way too geeky and tough to...

Vodafone signs 10-year IoT contract with alarm services provider

Vodafone UK, one of Britain's leading mobile phone operators, has extended its existing IoT agreement with alarm services provider CSL Dualcom for ten years. The...

Wearable technology for athletic performance monitoring takes center stage in Rio

While world athletic records were shattered and world-class athletes competed for medals at the  2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, the world-wide athletic...

Intel woos IoT, IIoT and robotics developers with Joule module

Intel introduced its new Joule computing module at the Intel Develop Forum (IDF) in San Francisco yesterday, a move which could help developers looking to...

IoT smart fridge revolutionising vaccine care

Although vaccines are responsible for saving millions of lives annually, there are still millions more who die from curable diseases. IoT may hold the...

LoRa-based dev kit could shorten prototyping times for IoT apps

A new LoRa-based development kit could pave the way for developers to quickly test and deploy Internet of Things applications. The LoRaWAN-connected dev kit was...
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