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Nitto Denko’s plastic optical cable shines light on our digital future

Japanese material manufacturer Nitto Denko’s new plastic optical cable reminds us that, behind the scenes of the IoT lies an unassuming but essential world...

Wireless charging ‘Forever Battery’ offers innovative AA battery replacement

The world’s first wireless charging alternative to AA batteries, from Ossia, dubbed the Cota ‘Forever Battery’, has earned a CES Innovation Award in the...

PureLiFi imagines bright future, where every light’s an internet access point

PureLiFi may have the answer to the wireless spectrum overcrowding challenge with its plans to use light to transmit data. Towns and cities are not...

Battery-free Bluetooth tech from Wiliot one step closer to transforming IoT

In its latest investment round, fabless semiconductor start-up Wiliot has secured funding from Qualcomm Ventures and M Ventures that will help bring its battery-free...

OneWeb aims to bridge digital divide with internet satellites

A new internet satellite constellation, from tech pioneer OneWeb, means that a future where even the remotest areas can access super-fast broadband may be...

FindMy IoT saves Nordic reindeer from train collisions

An IoT solution that taps into geolocation data from trains and reindeer herds looks set to save thousands of animals a year. We often...

Why the IoT industry needs to pay attention to ePrivacy Regulation

How is the EU's ePrivacy Regulation, a companion law to GDPR, likely to impact the IoT industry? David Meyer reports.  The European Union's ePrivacy Regulation,...

Machines to get better preventative healthcare than humans by 2020

A recent study has revealed that 75 percent of IT and field service decision makers believe that machines will receive better preventative healthcare than...

SAP: Linking people, processes and things in IoT projects

Tanja Rueckert, president of IoT and digital supply chain at SAP, writes for Internet of Business on the importance of connecting up people, processes and things...

Hundreds of smart locks scuppered by flawed update

Hundreds of smart locks from supplier Lockstate were left unusable, or 'bricked', after a flawed wireless update was issued by the company. As customers flocked...

IoT device makers: Tackle security or face legal action

As governments start to contemplate legal responses to IoT security flaws, will the threat of a date with justice finally force manufacturers of connected...

5G connections to reach 1.4 billion by 2025, says Juniper Research

The number of 5G connections is likely to top one billion by 2025, according to new figures by Juniper Research. However, revenues from 5G...