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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…
Nuance’s Nina adds voice assistant to Alexa Nuance has unveiled Nina for Amazon Alexa, the first intelligent enterprise virtual assistant that integrates with the popular Internet-of-things (IoT) device.
D-Link answers to OK Google and Siri Router, security, connectivity, IoT, and small business networking maker D-Link has partnered with Google to make its forthcoming products Google Assistant compatible.
SA firm Myriota wins award at IoT summit in California South Australian company Myriota has been recognised at the Internet of Things World 2017 conference in Silicon Valley, receiving an award for being the Best…
Tasmanian IoT network tower being installed Tasmania expects to be the first state to become IoT-ready, with 95% of the population set to be covered by a dedicated IoT network before…
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.

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