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IoT creates M&A hotspots as firms forced to transform – report

Internet of Things (IoT) or Industry 4.0 technologies are driving a new wave of mergers and acquisitions in the technology sector, says a report...

AR beating VR in immersive tech battle, says Capgemini

Immersive technologies are moving from "hypothetical to pragmatic use" in industrial companies, with AR emerging as the early winner, says a new Capgemini report....

MIT’s NanoMap helps drones to navigate safely at high speed

Researchers at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) have developed a sophisticated computer vision system for flying robots. NanoMap allows drones to navigate through...

More organisations banning use of public Wi-Fi – report

More than half of CIOs (57 percent) believe that their mobile workers have either been hacked or have "caused a security incident" in the...

Smart fridges to come out of cold in $342 billion boom

Increasing interest in the Internet of Things (IoT) could drive smart appliance revenues to over $342 billion worldwide, claims a new report. When analysts started...

Nearly two-thirds of organizations lack IoT visibility

Security pinpointed as a major issue for devices, as a new survey finds nearly two thirds of organizations lack Internet of Things (IoT) visibility. Tradition...

Top ten mobile operators account for 76 percent of cellular IoT...

New research from Berg Insight ranks global mobile operators by number of cellular IoT connections and reveals robust growth among Chinese providers. Which global mobile...

One-third of firms can handle 100,000 IoT devices: report

Nearly one-third of organisations (31 percent) believe that they can handle up to 100,000 connected devices, according to a new study. The report, published by...

Japanese researchers use AI to diagnose stomach cancer

A breakthrough in the use of AI in diagnostics has seen two Japanese national research institutes use artificial intelligence (AI) to identify early-stage stomach...

Survey reveals damaged public perception of autonomous cars

A survey of 2,000 people from the UK, by enterprise information management company OpenText, reveals falling public support for autonomous driving technology. The survey focused...

Automation failing to improve productivity – employees an afterthought | Capgemini

A new report from the Capgemini Research Institute finds that, in a majority of companies (58 percent), automation has yet to meet executives’ goal for increased...

AI: $16 trillion GDP boost will mainly benefit China – PwC

By 2030, AI will have hit the global economy in a wave of opportunity and transformation, but also of distrust and severe social imbalance,...
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