IoT & Edge Technology

IoT & Edge Technology

Dell’s Dermot O’Connell on the road to the smart city

Dermot O’Connell, VP and GM OEM and IOT Solutions EMEA, Dell EMC, explains what the smart cities of the future will look like and what...

Internet of Me: ‘Fail fast’ doesn’t work when your health is...

Matt Anderson, President and Chief Digital Officer at Arrow Electronics, explains why a fail fast approach to development and security won't work for the emerging...

UK government report reveals cybersecurity efforts ‘lack political leadership’

The Joint Committee on the National Security Strategy has published a damning report on the UK’s critical national infrastructure, citing an absence of government...

Analysis | Alibaba plans to make cloud computing its ‘main business’

Chinese e-commerce, media and technology giant Alibaba is planning to follow in the footsteps of Amazon and have its cloud computing business surpass its...

Ericsson, Einride, Telia connecting self-driving trucks with 5G

Networking provider Ericsson and Swedish telco Telia, in partnership with autonomous transportation company Einride, are demonstrating how driverless trucks can be enhanced with 5G...

Intel & Tencent team up on AI-enabled cameras for retail

Chinese tech giant Tencent has partnered with Intel to create artificial intelligence-enhanced cameras that provide insights into retail environments. The collaboration will initially see Tencent...

DJI cements drone industry dominance with new enterprise products

Chinese drone manufacturer DJI is estimated to have more than a 70 percent share of the global drone hardware market. Competitors from Europe, Asia, and...

IBM buys Red Hat for $34 billion. Here’s why | Analysis

Services giant IBM is to acquire Linux distributor Red Hat for $34 billion, in the third largest technology deal in history. The 25-year-old Linux distie...

Facebook working on augmented reality headset

Intel and Google are just two of the technology giants to have tried and failed to take the concept of smart glasses into the...

Robots introduced to rail platforms in the UK and Japan

The influx of robots into the workplace tends to conjure images of automated warehouses and monotonous tasks taken over by an army of soulless...

Cybersecurity: Nearly as many organisations see AI as foe, not friend

Nearly as many cybersecurity professionals are concerned about the security risks of artificial intelligence (AI) as are convinced that the technology will bolster their...

Oracle launches Blockchain Applications Cloud at OpenWorld 2018

Oracle took blockchain mainstream with the launch of Blockchain Applications Cloud at the enterprise tech provider’s OpenWorld annual conference in San Francisco this week. The...