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Amazon patents inner-city drone delivery towers

Online retailer turned technology giant Amazon has applied for a patent for a multi-level fulfillment center to support its drone delivery business. The patent, published...

JD.com launches robot delivery in China

Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com has taken a big step towards logistics automation, introducing a robot delivery service at several universities around the country.  The prospect...

Zebra CTO: Rethinking innovation in the age of IoT

It’s time for business leaders to rethink false assumptions about innovation, says Zebra Technologies CTO Tom Bianculli, in an exclusive article for Internet of Business.  How...

Opengear CTO: Smart retailers keep their IoT networking options open

In a contributed article for Internet of Business, Marcio Saito, chief technology officer at infrastructure management specialist Opengear, advocates a mix of centralized and...

The eyes (and the AI) have it

In a contributed article for Internet of Business, Katie McCann, vice president of product and engineering at Prism Skylabs, discusses how the combination of...

Feeling the chill: Bringing IoT to cold chain logistics in retail

In a contributed article for Internet of Business, Dermot O’Connell, vice president of OEM and IoT solutions for Dell EMC EMEA, discusses how IoT...

BullGuard Dojo: Bow to your IoT sensei

BullGuard has launched its Dojo smart home cybersecurity product. Billed as an enterprise-grade, consumer-level product, Dojo aims to lock down and protect IoT devices such as smart...

Telco DNA puts NB-IoT to the test for monitoring indoor air...

Finnish telecommunications company DNA has teamed up with Ericsson, energy company Enermix and wireless technologies specialist Unseen Technologies to build an NB-IoT network for...

IKEA to launch smart light compatibility with Alexa, Siri and Google

Furniture and home decor retailer IKEA has announced that its smart lighting range is about to get a whole lot smarter. The Trådfri product line...

Most IoT hacks originate in Asia, honeypot data reveals

Most IoT attacks originate in Asia and seek to compromise specific types of unsecured IoT devices, such as video cameras, according to data collected...

Dunelm boosts supply chain operations with IoT and SAP

IoB speaks to Gavin Chappell, supply chain and merchandising director at UK home furnishing retailer Dunelm, about the challenge of managing supply chain and...

Small, fast pilots: The secret of Henkel’s supply chain success

Internet of Business speaks to Wolfgang Weber, a speaker at its Internet of Supply Chain conference to be held in Amsterdam on 17 &...