Electronics

By Grant Bodley on November 29, 2018

How artificial intelligence is reshaping the high-tech industry

It’s ironic that some companies in the high-tech industry making transformative electronics need to reinvent themselves to have a successful future. They don’t have to start over. But they do need to consider how they will transform their products, services and businesses to answer consumer demand and overcome disruptive market forces. There are two fundamental […]

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By Chris O'Connor on August 20, 2018

Welcome to the new world of experiences through voice assistance

Remember the old series running in the 1980s called Knight Rider? KITT the talking car, anticipating its driver’s needs, guarding him from dangers, sometimes driving the car for him and equipping him with the information he needed to make the right decisions? That is no longer just fiction. It leapt from our TV sets directly […]

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IDC MarketSpace names Watson IoT among leaders of IoT platforms


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By Wired Brand Lab on November 29, 2018

IoT in electronics is revolutionizing the way we live and work

It’s ironic that some companies in the high-tech industry making transformative electronics need to reinvent themselves to have a successful future. They don’t have to start over. But they do need to consider how they will transform their products, services and businesses to answer consumer demand and overcome disruptive market forces. There are two fundamental […]

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By Wired Brand Lab and on November 1, 2017

Smarter circuitry instills intelligence and the Internet of Things into business and products

Modern electronics are omnipresent. Sometimes they’re front and center—like when we gawk over the breathtaking colors of a new Ultra HDTV. But more and more, they’re cleverly positioned behind the scenes—like when a smart thermostat turns down the heat after it determines that no one’s at home, or when sensors on an airplane wing identify […]

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By Jen Clark on July 17, 2017

Introducing CASE: the cognitive coffee-maker

Anyone whose working environment is plagued by long lines at the coffee machine will be interested in CASE – a cognitive coffee machine that recognizes its users, makes their favourite drink and engages them in conversation to while away the wait. For un-chatty types, there’s the option to listen to music news updates too. CASE, named […]

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By Chris O'Connor on March 18, 2017

The seven deadly sins of IoT strategy and design

A thoughtful approach to IoT strategy and design can lead to unique new product and services opportunities, but designing also becomes increasingly complex when designing for the Internet of Things. Many industries are now struggling with a major challenge that electronics manufacturers have been wrestling with over the past decade or more — how to […]

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By Karen Lewis on February 16, 2017

Bosch and IBM bring Industrial IoT capabilities to millions of devices

As of today, the industrial IoT arena has just changed forever. Today IBM and Bosch announced a global collaboration which combines the power of open standards-based Watson Internet of Things (IoT) with Bosch IoT Suite’s capabilities, enabling clients to securely and efficiently update IoT devices at large scale via the IBM Cloud. Enabling agile development […]

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By Jen Clark on February 16, 2017

GoT summit: The future of electronics in the cognitive era

This afternoon, IBM joins panellists from Ricoh, Panasonic, Harman International and Bragi GmbH to discuss how IoT and cognitive are shaping the electronics industry, and how to respond to these trends. Carsten Bruhn, Ricoh’ Darko Dragicevic, Bragi, Don Guelich, Panasonic, Kevin Hague, Harman join Bruce Anderson, IBM at the Watson IoT Genius of Things event’s […]

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By Tim Connors on February 7, 2017

A tale of two IoT platforms: Enabling faster prototyping of IoT and M2M solutions

AT&T, a US based multinational communications company is connecting millions of Internet of Things (IoT) devices. Partnering with IBM, developers can deliver IoT innovation and insights on a hybrid cloud platform. Taking the next step forward in a long-standing collaboration AT&T and IBM have a long standing relationship which has deepened over the past twenty […]

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By Kevin Larsen on December 6, 2016

A prototype is worth a thousand meetings

Smart products that contain customized sensors and sophisticated software take time and money to plan, design and build, pushing the opportunity to evaluate them into the later stages of the product development process. An instant impact To be able to walk into a room of decision makers with a prototype in hand is worth a […]

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By Brian House on November 18, 2016

How industry executives can differentiate – with warranty

Warranty as a source of differentiation? Really? Yes, really. Two things jumped out at me in the latest IBV study about Warranty for Electronics, and they both relate to a differentiation. First, Warranty Innovators, i.e. the leaders of  practices in the electronics industry, are 100% more likely to focus on differentiation as a value driver […]

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