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TomTom touches us all TomTom can tell us something that we probably don’t want to know – how much body fat and how much lean muscle we have. For…
Microsoft Band appears to have stopped playing Microsoft appears to have decided to drop its fitness-band line, according to a report by long-time Microsoft watcher Mary Jo Foley.
DDoS source code released into the wild, Internet could grind to a halt ANALYSIS Brian Krebs should know a thing or two about distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks. His security website was shut down by one of…
Amazon Kindle – the best way to read a book Amazon’s new Kindle has a hi-contrast, e-paper, touch screen that is almost as simple to use as a book.
Android Wear may not work on iPhone 7 The smartwatch ecosystem has come down to three main players: Android Wear, Apple watchOS, and Samsung’s Tizen.
IoT adoption gaining greater traction in Asia Pacific: IDC Many businesses and organisations in the Asia Pacific region have launched IoT solutions so far this year and an even larger numbers are expected to…
Privacy Commissioner warns of ‘hidden risks’ of the IoT The Australian Privacy Commissioner has warned that Australian businesses assessed as part of a global sweep of Internet of Things products and services generally lack…
Vibrator maker sued over storing user information A Canadian company that makes and sells vibrators has been caught out storing details of vibrator settings used by purchasers and their personal email addresses…
IoT users to outnumber laptop, tablet, smartphone users: Gartner In  2020 the number of Internet of Things (IoT) devices in use worldwide will rise to 21 billion, outnumbering users with laptops, tablets or smartphones…
Bluetooth device for contextual push notifications A team of five engineers from Berkeley, California, has founded a start-up called Iota Labs to manufacture a device called Dot that will use location…

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