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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...

Microsoft looks to build out IoT business

Microsoft has put its faith in the Internet of Things (IoT) with a series of announcements it hopes will lead to higher margins and...

Absolutdata CEO: how cognitive analytics works inside the IoT

This is a guest post for Internet of Business written by Anil Kaul in his role as CEO of intelligent analytics company Absolutdata. Big data analytics and...

Singapore creating nationwide IoT network

Tech firms Sigfox, Engie and UnaBiz have partnered in a bid to connect Singapore to a global IoT network. They’ll be tapping into Sigfox’s cost-effective,...

Why does the Internet of Things need hypervisors?

The mechanics that operate the Internet of Things are being increasingly finessed and augmented, but what is a hypervisor anyway? The internal combustion engines and...

Brighter, Sanmina create connected device for diabetes management

Healthcare firm Brighter and manufacturer Sanmina have partnered to produce a connected device for patients who have diabetes. The device, called Actiste, lets diabetes suffers monitor blood...

Researchers think we’ll soon be confiding in AI chatbots

New research from Adobe and Goldsmiths University of London has looked at the future of customer experience, with some surprising findings on machine-learning, IoT, Artificial Intelligence...

Farming industry ‘already embracing IoT’

M2M and IoT analysts Beecham Research believes that smart farming could transform not just large farms, but small and medium-sized ones too. The firm has...

Barclaycard’s bPay Loop brings contactless payments to wearables

Barclaycard has launched the bPay Loop, a discreet chip holder that can instantly turn thousands of watches, smartwatches, and fitness bands into contactless payment...

Hyundai Heavy Industries to develop IoT applications for ships

Ships are set to get Internet of Things (IoT) sensors to help with health and safety. According to a report from Maritime Executive, Hyundai Heavy...

We are building the IoT better, honest

The Internet of Things is growing... but who's making it happen and where are the hotbeds of development and innovation today in 2016? Are we...

Glasgow adopts smart city IoT network

Glasgow has become one of the latest European cities to pioneer an IoT network, as it bids to roll-out its smart city project. As part...