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Today’s supply chains form the arteries and veins that keep global trade alive, connecting a largely borderless, always-on world economy. Source: Enterprise Innovation.
An explosion in the number of devices that needed Internet protocol addresses as part of the “Internet of Things” has created a slower Internet for some users and a series of website problems, online pioneer Vint Cerf said Monday. Source: USA Today.
India and Japan have agreed to extend bilateral cooperation in information and communication technology (ICT) to the frontier areas such as Internet of Things (IoT) and Big Data as the two countries explore business synergies.
In those circles where Internet prognostications abound and policy makers flock to hear grand visions of the future, we often hear about the boundless future represented by “The Internet of Things”.
Sigfox is working with Dallas-based Texas Instruments (TI) to deliver Sub-1 GHz solutions. Source: FierceWirelessTech.
Claims about the Internet of Things range from the grounded, to the hyperbolic, to the absurd. The technology industry has been fixated on the Internet of Things for a long time, primarily because it could end up impacting all facets of our lives. Source: Computer Business Review.
USA Technologies and Chase Commerce Solutions today announced a new strategic relationship.
If you thought handling BYOD was hard, wait until you see what managing mobile devices for the Internet of Things entails. Source: InformationWeek.
wot.io™ will be demonstrating the power of its operating environment in their booth at the LiveWorx™ 2015 event, in Boston, MA, May 4-7.
I think we can all agree, IoT is an exciting frontier for developers. It seems like in no time we’ll run into the Jetsons and experience the future-is-now convenience of automated flying cars that tuck themselves away into a brief-case