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Pebble is crushed – no more smartwatches Pebble, one of the first and perhaps best known “smartwatch” brands, is dead. The potential Fitbit acquisition turns out to be “key Pebble assets –…
Fitness trackers up, smart watches down Basic fitness wearables comprised 85% of the market and experienced double-digit growth. Simplicity and cost are the driving factors that are seeing the “smartwatch” segment…
IoT eminently hackable – 900,000 routers down and millions vulnerable Hacked Internet of Things (IoT) devices are powering massive botnets and cybercriminals are offering DDoS attacks as a service. A total of 900,000 ZyXEL routers…
Netgear’s new AD router is thrice as fast as AC The ink is barely dry on the new Wi-Fi 802.11 AD standard, but Netgear has released its Nighthawk X10 to take advantage of the AD…
Smart webcam can go rogue Your worst nightmare must be your webcam or security camera going rogue and spying on you. Hey, it is an IoT (Internet of Things) device…
IoT start-up Sigfox raises US$159m to fund global expansion French wireless Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity company Sigfox has announced it has raised €150 million or US$159 million to support its global expansion.
University of Sydney developing 5G network for IIoT The University of Sydney is developing a 5G network dedicated to support the Industrial internet of Things (IIoT) which it says involves building new ICT…
Staying ahead of disruptors by unlocking the power of IoT A fridge that can order food, a smart home that can monitor and help look after the aged, right up to the factory of the…
The ‘real situation’ on the Internet of Things 2017-2027 Security is but one aspect of the Internet of Things revolution, even if ‘very little IoT was deployed’ in 2016 according to IDTechEx, with IoT…
Thinxtra puts $5 million into programme to connect councils to the IoT Internet of Things and communications services vendor Thinxtra is investing $5 million in a programme to bring Internet of Things services to local government councils…

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