The Internet of Things (IoT) promises to change the way we interact with our homes, devices, cars, buildings, and even cities.
Network operators have two new weapons in the battle to own the Internet of Things (IoT) — Narrowband IoT and LTE-M — and picking the eventual winner could give operators an early lead over their competitors.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is one part of the Israeli telecom market that’s making particularly strong progress.
When it comes to enterprise software, operational efficiency trumps bells and whistles every time.
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Retailers are throwing more cash at all sorts of IT in the wake of pressure mounting on several fronts.
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The humble ATM, or cash point, is celebrating its 50th birthday today.
At last year’s Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona, Nokia announced that it was acquiring the wearable brand Withings for $191m in order to accelerate its entry into the digital health market.
How often do companies communicate with their Internet of Things (IoT) devices?
If you ask enterprises, security remains the top IoT deployment challenge.
Beer brewing predates the production of cannabis, distilled spirits, and wine but while other industries from antiquity have been resistant to change, brewing has been quick to embrace new technologies.
The UK market for Internet of Things (IoT) technology and services is currently under served because of a lack of nationwide networks dedicated to IoT.
One-third of Internet of Things (IoT) projects fail, and those firms that give up do so mainly for cost reasons.
As software takes over the Internet of Things (IoT), users can no longer blithely sign unchecked licence agreements, unless they want to hand the keys to their kingdoms to third parties.
Supply chains are increasingly complex, making connecting people, processes, and data more challenging for retailers.
Munich, Germany is Europe’s new Internet of Things (IoT) hub as Microsoft becomes the latest company to open a new lab in the city.
If you thought that buying a tractor meant you had the right to drive, fix and repair as you saw fit, you would be wrong, if that tractor was made by John Deere.
Satellite company Inmarsat claims to have a global Internet of Things (IoT) network that could be a threat to traditional mobile carriers.
Retailers are keen to bring all sorts of interactive gadgets that rely on internet connections to their stores.