Latest Internet of Things (IoT) News Updates

“There hasn’t been a time before that the network has disaggregated to this level,” says VMware’s telecom chief

28/07/202113 min read
“There hasn’t been a time before that the network has disaggregated to this level,” says VMware’s telecom chief

5G New Radio offers many possibilities to create tailored applications at the edge and enables…

Measure What Matters! How Accurate CO2 Measurement is Essential to Smart Homes and Buildings

27/07/20212 min read
Measure What Matters! How Accurate CO2 Measurement is Essential to Smart Homes and Buildings

Infineon has put together an upcoming webinar that will focus on air quality; specifically, the…

Food price hikes of £2 billion due to extreme weather are completely avoidable – here’s how

26/07/20216 min read
Food price hikes of £2 billion due to extreme weather are completely avoidable – here’s how

Know your onions. Anguskirk, CC BY-SAExtreme hot and cold weather in the UK will have…

Fax machines and coffee pots – the surprising ways you could be hacked

26/07/20215 min read
Fax machines and coffee pots – the surprising ways you could be hacked

ShutterstockHopefully you protect your computers from cyber attacks. You might have anti-virus software on your…

Healthcare: what makes some connected objects a success and others a flop?

26/07/20218 min read
Healthcare: what makes some connected objects a success and others a flop?

The connected watch: practical but not essential. Crew/Unsplash, CC BYWearing the Oura connected ring on…

Only with urgent change can Australia’s mobile networks meet our voracious demand for data

26/07/20216 min read
Only with urgent change can Australia’s mobile networks meet our voracious demand for data

Current wireless networks are unequipped to service the extraordinary amount of information the Internet of…

We’ll soon have ten times more satellites in orbit – here’s what that means

26/07/20216 min read
We’ll soon have ten times more satellites in orbit – here’s what that means

Houston we have a surfeit. 3DsculptorThe Iridium-7 mission has successfully launched from the Vandenberg air…

How Private 5G Networks Are Changing the IoT

26/07/20214 min read
How Private 5G Networks Are Changing the IoT

In the early development stages of 5G, the end goal was to improve the user…

As cities grow, the Internet of Things can help us get on top of the waste crisis

26/07/20216 min read
As cities grow, the Internet of Things can help us get on top of the waste crisis

Melbourne is one Australian city that’s moving to improve its waste management and reduce its…

Here’s why the internet will always have enough space for all our devices

26/07/20214 min read
Here’s why the internet will always have enough space for all our devices

Stock image/ShutterstockIt seems that every five years, news emerges that the digital sky is falling…

I visualised how algorithms ‘see’ urban environments and build detailed profiles of citizens

26/07/20215 min read
I visualised how algorithms ‘see’ urban environments and build detailed profiles of citizens

Machines see better than you think. The Creative Exchange/Unsplash. , FALAlgorithms, software and smart technologies…

Companies’ self-regulation doesn’t have to be bad for the public

26/07/20218 min read
Companies’ self-regulation doesn’t have to be bad for the public

Managing a shared resource doesn’t have to involve fences. Caroline RyanIf Boeing is allowed to…


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