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Telstra, City of Joondalup partner on smart cities trial Telstra and the City of Joondalup in Western Australia have joined forces in a trial of smart city applications using Internet of Things applications.
Embrace IoT - do not get lost in the hype There is a lot of hype surrounding the Internet of Things (IoT). As with any technology that attracts mainstream attention, organisations can feel pressured to…
Swedish road-hazard system uses cloud processing Real time processing of big-data can be beneficial in many ways. In this case connected cars can tell other drivers about potential hazardous road conditions.
IoT@Home set to explode – figuratively Australian analyst Telsyte states that the IoT@Home market is set to soar, with more than 300 million connected devices in Australian homes by 2021 in…
Telstra Labs launches to foster IoT development Telstra has launched a new business — Telstra Labs — consolidating all of its innovation and technology development capabilities under a single identity in Melbourne.
Lack of trust in Internet privacy deters online shoppers Internet users in many countries, including Australia, are increasingly concerned about their online privacy, and 49% say lack of trust is the main reason for…
True AI will be a major game-changer, says tech veteran True artificial intelligence has the potential to create far more impact than the invention of the personal computer and the spread of mobile phones, according…
Samsung adds more value to the Gear S3 and S Health Samsung has released a value pack update to the Gear S3 with enhancements that increase the device’s utility and streamline users’ access to the information.…
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…

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