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Samsung is preparing for the smart home of the future with new research that supports Aussies want more connected devices that unobtrusively make their lives…
Wednesday, 25 November 2015 08:40

Wi-Fi siren sends skulking stealers scurrying

D-Link has solved another slice of the home security surveillance struggle – cabling up a seriously smart siren solution to a security system and smartphone.
Monday, 23 November 2015 07:56

The ‘ap ‘ap ‘appy era is here

Today, there are 9 internet-connected devices in the average home. In six years there will be 29. (222%) Today, up to 8 of those devices…
Wednesday, 18 November 2015 14:04

Laing O'Rourke has a hard look at IoT

International engineering firm, Laing O'Rourke, is piloting a new IoT solution involving field construction workers wearing smart hardhats which send a variety of data about…
Tuesday, 17 November 2015 08:36

Someone is watching and listening to you: Your TV

Manufacturers who spy on their viewer’s smart TV viewing habits or listen to their conversations, is not new, what is new is that hackers could…
The burgeoning Internet of Things market is predicted to support total services spending of US$235 billion in 2016, as the number of connected ‘things’ reaches…
Friday, 06 November 2015 10:18

Drone on about a Parrot (review)

I don’t think I have had as much fun lately as playing with a Parrot mini-drone. They go up diddley up-up, they go down diddley…
Fujitsu has completed its support capability in the Australia-New Zealand region for its Edgeware management platform to leverage the proliferation of Internet-connected devices.
Sydneysiders have leapt ahead of their counterparts in Melbourne as Australia’s biggest online spenders, now spending more than double the amount per transaction than Melburnians.
Harnessing the benefits of the Internet of Things (IoT) could bring up to $116 billion into the Australian economy by 2025, but lack of industry…




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