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Australian construction firm uses IoT for ‘smart helmets’ which keep workers...

A new case study reveals how one company is using IoT technologies to keep their staff safe and productive. Working in construction is dangerous at...

The mainstream connected home remains distant dream, says Gartner

The connected home is still the realm of early adopters only, according to new research from industry analysts at Gartner. In a survey of 10,000 online...

GE uses IoT to revolutionise power plants

GE's IoT technologies are helping gas and oil plants to become more efficient. Ideologically, many people working within the tech sector are looking for the...

Super smart robots need human rights and greater legislation, MEPs say

The European parliament's legal affairs committee has voted in favor of a draft set of regulations to govern the use and creation of robots. The...

Schneider Electric IIoT security flaw opens the door to hackers

Security researchers have discovered a vulnerability in Schneider Electric's industrial controller software that could allow hackers to take over industrial networks. According to cyber-security firm...

Formula E seeks to Basho Formula One off top spot with...

Formula E, the electric version of Formula One, is seeking to knock its better-known rival off the top viewing spot by making the sport...

Telefonica & Huawei launch NB-IoT open lab

Chinese telecommunications and networking giant Huawei is now working with Spanish telco Telefonica on a new IoT laboratory. Dubbed the Open IoT Lab, this multi-location co-working space...

Samsung unveils Bixby AI assistant for phones and IoT devices

Bixby voice assistant set to debut in Samsung Galaxy S8 smartphone, but could also find its way into fridges, TVs and possibly air conditioners. Samsung...

Time to get moving on GDPR preparation, lawyers warn

A year tomorrow, on 25 May 2018, the regulatory environment for privacy in the European Union will become much harsher with the introduction of...

Thyssenkrupp aims to make child’s play of IIoT with ‘Toii’

German industrial giant Thyssenkrupp has built and deployed its own Industrial IoT (IIoT) platform within its materials services business, in order to link together...

GSMA launches new IoT security guidelines

GSMA, an organisation that represents mobile operators worldwide, has unveiled a new set of guidelines aimed improving IoT security. The ‘GSMA IoT Security Guidelines’ have been...

Indonesian cocoa farmers are hoping IoT can help their crops survive...

The advantages of IoT in business are becoming better understood with each passing day. Farming is emerging as one of the early, surprising adopters...