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Everything IoT Leadership Summit 2017: Fourth Industrial Revolution incoming Billed as "a solid fixture in the Internet of Things (IoT) global scene", Everything IoT's Global Leadership Summit 2017 will take place over two days…
Self-driving cars to create US$7t passenger economy, Intel says Intel research indicates self-driving vehicles will create a new US$7 trillion passenger economy by 2050.
IoT: impacting IT infrastructure from the edge to the cloud The latest trends in IoT use have found that "the massive amounts of data generated by the Internet of Things (IoT) is already having a…
Australia, NZ rank near the top in APAC IoT ‘readiness’: IDC Australia and New Zealand rank among the top four countries in Asia Pacific, excluding Japan, that are the most capable and ready to generate efficiencies…
Aussie businesses embracing emerging tech, IoT as change accelerates New research shows that not only are Aussie businesses early adopters of new tech, but that IoT adoption is reaching mainstream while “cognitive computing intentions…
Australians selective about sharing data: survey Australians are selective about sharing data with government agencies or commercial organisations, according to a survey conducted by global IT company Unisys.
Nesting in Aussie homes Nest, an Alphabet company, has announced that its safety and security products are now available in Australia in a deal with comparative services facilitator iSelect.
AT&T joins Australia’s Internet of Things Alliance Giant US telco AT&T has joined the executive council of Internet of Things Alliance Australia (IoTAA), bringing its global expertise and insights on platform development,…
Wearables to double by 2021 Wearables are no longer an “answer looking for a question” but their purpose has been redefined – basic, single purpose devices will continue to out-ship…

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