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Nokia, UTS collaborate on IoT tech projects Nokia is joining a new University of Technology Sydney (UTS) technology development unit to collaborate on developing IoT-based business applications using high-speed, ultra-low latency technologies…
Aussies want ‘open systems’ for IoT as market to reach $20b by 2020 Open systems feature highly on IOT decision makers' radars in Australia, according to a new report which reveals that 81% of organisations rank common data…
SA satellite start-up begins water tank monitoring trials Myriota, a South Australian satellite start-up, has teamed up with the University of New England and the Australia and New Zealand CRC for Spatial Information…
Aussie IoT company unveils energy-saving 'Ohm' platform ASX-listed Buddy has unveiled an IoT hardware/cloud solution that it claims could save businesses thousands of dollars on electricity, gas, water, steam, solar, temperature, and…
IoT security – should Australia regulate? The Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the hottest growth areas with major benefits for big data and analytics. But many of these devices…
TomTom Telematics – driverless cars in five years, says expert Fully autonomous driverless cars will be commonplace within five years and likely have a large proportion of the “car park” within 10 years, says Thomas…
Home network myths busted – where is it going? Whole home Wi-Fi and home automation are the two main game changers in home networking now, with lots of supplementary drivers, the head of a…
Samsung VR helps chemotherapy patients Sydney-based virtual reality studio Start VR has collaborated with Samsung Australia and Chris O’Brien Lifehouse to develop an initiative to supply Samsung virtual reality (VR) technology to…
Robot tax may be essential to avoid mass economic inequality Forget Asimov's three laws of robotics. The big threat of robots isn't that they will kill us; it's that they will make the rich richer…
Fitbit loses ground, but keeps top wearables spot in Q4 Fitbit continued to lead the worldwide wearables market in the fourth quarter of 2016, with Xiaomi and Apple making up the top three.

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