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Artificial Intelligence

Samsung will bring Galaxy AI to its wearables

Samsung, following the successful launch of its Galaxy S24 series featuring Galaxy AI, is expanding its AI technology to wearables. The move aims to revolutionise digital health experiences and marks a...

Generative AI Improves Software Engineering Productivity By 70% – Says Ness-Zinnov Study

Ness Digital Engineering (Ness), a global full-lifecycle digital services transformation company and a subsidiary of KKR, and Zinnov, a global management and strategy consulting firm, jointly launched a comprehensive study titled...

Bringing the Power of GenAI to IoT

By Kenta Yasukawa, Soracom CTO and co-founder. The combination of generative AI (GenAI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) holds the potential to reshape the future of technology and drive unprecedented...

Robot guide dog to help the visually impaired

Researchers at the University of Glasgow have teamed up with industry partners and charities to develop RoboGuide—an AI-powered four-legged robot aimed at helping visually impaired people navigate museums, shopping centres, hospitals,...

Internet Of Things

Smart electricity meter market 2024: Global adoption landscape

IoT Analytics has published a new analysis focusing on smart meters. It is derived from the comprehensive “Global Smart Meter Market Tracker”. The tracker includes installed base, shipments and shipment revenues...

Practical Applications of IoT in Business

By Paul Marshall, Co-founder and CCO at Eseye. Although the initial adoption of IoT was fairly slow, it has fast become vital to businesses over the last five years. IoT is...

Dryad Networks Selects EchoStar Mobile Satellite IoT Solution for Fire Prevention Service

Satellite IoT connectivity enables monitoring in remote forest locations. Today, EchoStar Mobile Limited, an EchoStar company, announced that Dryad Networks has made an initial purchase of 3,000 EM2050 LoRaWAN® modules and...

Quectel Announces RG255G MediaTek-Based Module to Drive 5G RedCap Preparations

Quectel Wireless Solutions, a global IoT solutions provider, today announces the Quectel RG255G, a 5G RedCap MediaTek-based module. 5G Redcap, which is short for reduced capability, is a 5G variant defined...

Edge Computing

5GFF and AWS Partner to Boost Multi-Access Edge Computing – Mirage News

5GFF and AWS Partner to Boost Multi-Access Edge Computing  Mirage News...

Dell launches updated NativeEdge 2.0 for streamlined edge operations – IT Brief Australia

Dell launches updated NativeEdge 2.0 for streamlined edge operations  IT Brief Australia...

Sylva: Open source cloud stack revolutionizing telco – Silverlinings

Sylva: Open source cloud stack revolutionizing telco  Silverlinings...

Smart electricity meter market 2024: Global adoption landscape

IoT Analytics has published a new analysis focusing on smart meters. It is derived from the comprehensive “Global Smart Meter Market Tracker”. The tracker includes installed base, shipments and shipment revenues...

Blockchain

What is Web 3.0 and Why Should Every Entrepreneur be Web 3.0 Ready?

How often do you use Quora, a privately owned searchable question and answer (QnA) platform? Perhaps, many times to share The post What is Web 3.0 and Why Should Every Entrepreneur...

Telefónica Tech and ARME establish a robotics hub

Telefónica Tech has partnered with the Spanish Mobile Robotics Association (ARME) to establish a mobile robotics technology hub. The purpose of the collaboration is to create an environment where companies from...

Digital Twin connecting the real and virtual world

For many industrialists, the term ‘Digital Twin’ is no surprise. It is the next big thing in the fourth industrial revolution for the development of new products and processes, says Chandana...

Minima and Inferrix partner to boost security on millions of connected devices

Minima and Inferrix, both innovators in blockchain and IoT infrastructure, have joined forces to spearhead a ground-breaking innovation in IoT connectivity and asset management for smart buildings and smart cities. Through...

Security

Wyze customers view strangers’ camera feeds after glitch

Wyze, the maker of affordable home security cameras, experienced a glitch on Friday that allowed thousands of customers to access images and videos from cameras belonging to other users. On Friday,...

US disrupts botnet used by Russia-linked APT28 threat group

The US government has disrupted a network of routers that were being used by the Russia-linked threat group APT28 to conceal malicious cyber activities.  “These crimes included vast spear-phishing and similar...

IoT security remains a top concern for enterprises in 2024

As the use of IoT devices continues to accelerate, a new report from Asimily highlights the growing cybersecurity risks facing enterprises that fail to properly secure their connected devices.  The report,...

‘Pandoraspear’ botnet hijacks smart TVs and boxes

Cybercrime syndicate Bigpanzi stands accused of orchestrating a massive Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) botnet named ‘Pandoraspear’. Pandoraspear has reportedly infected potentially millions of smart TVs and set-top boxes, with at...