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IoT weekly round-up: 18th January 2018

Written by Jen Clark | January 18, 2018 | Blog

Welcome to the IoT weekly round-up. This week, net neutrality is in the news once again as Senators plan to oppose the FCC’s recent decision to scrap it. Meanwhile, cryptocurrencies are going belly-up, and there’ll soon be new speech recognition technology designed for children’s voices. Senate leaders back plan to restore net neutrality On 14 December, ...read more


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

Written by Wired Brand Lab and | November 1, 2017 | Electronics

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 ...read more


IoT weekly round-up: Thursday 12th October 2017

Written by Jen Clark | October 12, 2017 | Blog

Welcome to the weekly IoT round-up! This week, we get a sneak peek at the new Star Wars VR experience (coming soon to Disney Parks), and there’s good news for autonomous vehicles as California DMV rules to allow testing of driverless vehicles. Read on for the latest. Science and Star Wars: real-world droids IBM’s thought ...read more


IoT weekly round-up: Thursday 20th July 2017

Written by Jen Clark | July 20, 2017 | Blog

Welcome to the IoT weekly round-up. This week, IBM gets a coveted spot on the IoT Podcast, an MIT researcher may have solved the mystery of integrated touch with virtual reality experiences, and Google’s Expeditions app allows the public to travel virtually to over 600 destinations via a smartphone and VR headset. Bret Greenstein takes ...read more


IoT weekly round-up: Tuesday 4th July 2017

Written by Jen Clark | July 4, 2017 | Blog

It’s all about AI this week. IBM and Wimbledon join forces to put tennis fans at the heart of the action with SlamTracker, Ford announces a new Robots and AI Research team, and Instagram cracks down on offensive comments with an automated text classification system. Meanwhile, on the racier end of the spectrum, adult site ...read more


IoT creations we love: A Valentine’s Day special

Written by Jen Clark | February 1, 2017 | Blog

It’s love, but not as we know it. Valentine’s Day is nearly upon us and this year we’ll be staring doe-eyed at our favourite IoT creations. There’s a little something for everyone, from cognitive candy dispensers and a Valentine’s IoT recipe for the loved-up, to life-changing tech designed to make a difference. One for the ...read more


IoT weekly round-up: Thursday 26th January 2017

Written by Jen Clark | January 26, 2017 | Blog

Welcome to the IoT weekly round-up. This week, the IoT tackles rat infestations with predictive risk management, dating app Match releases a new feature that alerts you when you cross paths with a potential match, and smartphones could help diagnose skin cancer in the not-too-distant future. Rentokil tackles pest infestation with the IoT Rentokil, the ...read more


CES 2017 wrap-up: Friday 6th January

Written by Jen Clark | January 6, 2017 | Conferences

It’s Day 2 at the world’s biggest technology exhibition, and there’s an overwhelming amount to see and do. Today’s highlights include supersessions, keynote speeches, award presentations and products to make your eyes pop. Here’s a quick wrap-up of the best bits. Keynotes and conferences Steve Mollenkopf, CEO of Qualcomm Incorporate gave this morning’s keynote, telling ...read more


IoT weekly round-up: Thursday 13th October 2016

Written by Jen Clark | October 13, 2016 | Blog

This week we’ve got a round-up of news from tech and IoT, London Fashion Week has its first mixed reality show, a smart kettle famously fails to boil, adapted cell phones track deforestation in real time and Ozlo the new AI assistant launches on iOS. Check out the top stories of the week. VR technology ...read more


IoT weekly round-up: 30th September 2016

Written by Jen Clark | October 3, 2016 | Blog

In this weeks’ tech and IoT news roundup: Google cracks the language code with a Neural Machine translation tool, newly rebranded Snap Inc revealed its first piece of hardware, the Philharmonia Orchestra’s immersive VR exhibit attracts new audiences to classical music, and you can now cram more media into Twitter’s 140 character count. More trending ...read more