Juniper Networks launches routing platform for 5G and IoT

Juniper Networks, the US networking company, is to launch a new 5G- and IoT-ready routing platform, which it claims will help operators, cloud providers,...

Security: The IoT is destroying legal concept of privacy warns in-depth...

THE BIG READ A new report cautions that the Internet of Things may undermine the concept of personal privacy to such an extent that...

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...

AfriCan: Google to open new AI research centre in Ghana

Google has announced plans to open an artificial intelligence research centre in Ghana's capital, Accra. It will be the first of the search giant's AI...

IoT futures: MIT develops RFID sensors, 3D-printed shape-shifters

New research from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) should remind us of the power of low-cost, elegant simplicity in deploying the Internet of...

World Cup: AI predicts that Germany will win

The World Cup is upon us. Thirty-two teams from around the globe are ready to slog it out on the football pitch – or...

Underwater robotics company agrees swarm-bot deal with US Navy

NEWSBYTE Sydney-based underwater robotics company, Aquabotix, has signed a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the United States' Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC). The deal...

Toyota ploughs $1bn into ride-hailer Grab, while Uber goes Lite

Toyota has agreed to buy a $1 billion stake in South East Asia’s Grab, in a deal that is thought to be the biggest...

DB Schenker, VeChain develop blockchain app for smart logistics

DB Schenker, the transport and logistics division of German railway company Deutsche Bahn, has co-developed a decentralised application for supplier evaluation using the VeChainThor blockchain platform. DB...

Dixons Carphone suffers massive data breach

Electrical retailer and services company Dixons Carphone has admitted to a customer data breach on a huge scale. An ongoing investigation in the company...

Tesla to slash nine percent of workforce, slammed by insurers

Electric car maker Tesla has announced that it is cutting nine percent of its workforce, in what founder and CEO Elon Musk has described...

RPA: Blue Prism announces new robotic automation skills, partnerships

Blue Prism, a prime mover of the robotic process automation (RPA) market, is showcasing its vision of building out a workforce of intelligent, automated...
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