Latest IoT News

Latest IoT News

Smart speaker market 2.5 times bigger than 2017, says report

Analyst firm Canalys expects the smart speaker market to approach an installed base of 100 million devices by the end of this year, making...

Siemens and China’s Alibaba team up on industrial IoT

NEWSBYTE German industrial giant Siemens has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Alibaba Cloud, the cloud computing arm of Chinese IT, ecommerce, and...

AI bubble set to burst, says critical analyst report

While the hype continues to grow behind enterprise AI deployments and research finds surprising levels of consumer support for the technology, one analyst company...

Capgemini: Consumers welcoming AI – but businesses focused on cost

Consumers are rapidly acclimatising to artificial intelligence, but organisations’ adoption of the technology is largely being driven by cost, not customer benefits, according to...

BAE, Vodafone, CyLon launch The Intelligence Network to fight cybercrime

Defence, aerospace, and security giant BAE has announced the creation of The Intelligence Network, an initiative to “engage, unite, and activate a global community...

Mobile IoT market set to expand 27% by 2026

NEWSBYTE The worldwide market for cellular Internet of Things (IoT) technologies will be worth $7.6 billion by 2026, according to a new forecast from...

Tesla, GM hit by China trade war, Daimler tests in Beijing

As Tesla, GM, and other automakers wake up to the implications of a global trade war, Daimler is partnering with Baidu and testing autonomous...

Smart energy: UK looks north for “new George and Robert Stephensons”

The UK's business secretary has praised the critical role of the 'Northern powerhouse' in new technologies, such as AI and sustainable energy, and announced...

New AI converts satellite images to ground-level views

Newly published research from the University of California, Merced, is paving the way towards a fascinating new AI use case: applying machine learning to...

UNICEF, UK researchers using drones to fight malaria

Drones are often compared to mosquitos: the high pitch whine, the stigma, the general level of aerial annoyance felt by the public. But now...

US hits button on China trade war – tech at risk

UPDATED In the early hours of this morning, US president Donald Trump pushed the button on a trade war with China, escalating it from...

Food Standards Agency pilots blockchain for supply chain transparency

The UK Food Standards Agency (FSA) has completed a blockchain pilot project in a slaughterhouse – the first time that blockchain has been used...