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What defines a Smart City?

June 24, 2020 Dr. Jonathan Reichental, former CIO of the City of Palo Alto and the Founder and CEO of Human Future, explores what is...

UK announces £60m green tech competition – but cuts EV subsidies

British innovators and researchers are being invited to pitch new ideas to help tackle the effects of climate change on towns, cities, and the...

Trade war: Boxing clever? US hits China with more tech tariffs

Chris Middleton explains why the technology sector is in the firing line of the US-China trade war, while Apple customers may get a shock...

China trade tariffs a “tax on consumers”, says Apple CEO

Apple CEO Tim Cook has slammed the escalating trade war between China and the US as a “tax on the consumer”. In an earnings call...

Retail IoT: Why the future is about connecting with the customer

Scott Thompson reports on a retail sector in flux, with IoT and other cutting-edge technologies paving a new way forward. “The high street has to...

Connected culture: Cisco to help digitise UK museums

The UK government's #CultureIsDigital campaign aims to combine culture and connected technologies in a way that drives more visitors through the doors of the...

Smart energy: Why vehicle-to-grid technology is on the move

There’s a lot to be said for using car batteries as temporary energy storage facilities, but significant barriers still stand in the way of...

Why China trade war could be a mega-problem for US IT...

Chris Middleton explores the history of the growing trade dispute between the US and China and its allies, and the reasons why it is...

SoftBank acquires Google robotics specialists Boston Dynamics and Schaft

Japanese telecoms giant SoftBank is acquiring two robotics companies from Google parent company Alphabet: Boston Dynamics and Schaft.  Japanese billionaire and SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son's passion for...

ENISA works with industry on IoT cybersecurity requirements

The EU Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA), an advisory body for the European Union (EU), has been working with several European semiconductor vendors...

Six out of ten IoT projects fail at trial stage, says...

A survey released by Cisco this week has found that 60 percent of IoT projects fail at the proof-of-concept (POC) stage.  The networking giant's survey canvassed 1,845...

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...
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