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Retail IoT: Why Vodafone’s digital fitting rooms are a good fit...

Chris Middleton reports on how the latest retail application of digital mirrors reflects a shift towards customer engagement and smart supply chains on the...

Automation will replace 9 percent of US jobs in 2018

Automation will replace nine per cent of all US jobs this year, says Forrester Research. What changes should IT decision-makers and business leaders make...

NEWSBYTE: Google hires former Samsung CTO as IoT lead

Google has hired Injong Rhee, former Samsung CTO and head of R&D for software and services, to lead its Internet of Things (IoT) practice. In...

Analysis: Dell EMC IoT revenues in Asia Pacific hit $1bn mark

Dell's investment in the IoT is paying big dividends in Asia. Sooraj Shah explains why. Revenues from Dell EMC’s Internet of Things and OEM business...

NEWSBYTE: Qualcomm launches IoT wireless edge services

Chip giant Qualcomm has joined the growing number of companies that are delivering edge computing services. The company’s Qualcomm Technologies subsidiary has announced its new...

Analysis: Airbus’ Skyways delivery drone completes first flight demo (VIDEO)

Airbus’ unmanned drone delivery project, Skyways, has completed a successful demonstration flight in Singapore. A full-scale trial is pencilled in for later this year.  For an...

Forget door-opening bots, give us robot cockroaches, say boffins

NEWSBYTE: A team of researchers from the University of California, Berkeley, Harvard University, and Pennsylvania State University, have suggested that robot designers should take...

Breed Reply launches new investor search for great IoT startups

IoT incubator Breed Reply has launched a new search for early-stage IoT businesses that have the potential to benefit from funding, advice, and support. This...

Particle unveils new mesh networking hardware

US IoT firm Particle has launched a range of hardware devices that gives developers easy access to mesh networking technology. The aim is to...

Why you could soon have a neural network on your smartphone

Researchers at MIT have paved the way to low-power neural networks that can run on devices such as smartphones and household appliances. Andrew Hobbs...

MIT develops low-power high-speed chips for IoT security

MIT researchers have hardwired public-key encryption into a new chip for IoT devices. It uses 1/400 of the power of software execution, one tenth...

NEWSBYTE: ARM launches scalable chips for IoT machine learning

Semiconductor and software giant ARM has announced a new range of scalable processors designed to deliver enhanced machine-learning capabilities to IoT devices. The Softbank-owned company,...