Jeffrey Bornstein, chief financial officer at General Electric, discusses business adoption of the Predix system as the company focuses on being a leader in the internet of things
Olympic athletes will be sporting more than tracksuits and medals at the forthcoming Rio Games. Payments giant Visa has created a new wearable ring that replaces credit/debit cards, and the Olympic games will be used as a proving ground for the technology.
Microsoft's next version of Dynamics CRM will include functionality specifically targeting the IoT.
Google announced at their recent I/O developer's conference that they too are getting in on the smart home assistant game, with a device they are calling simply, 'Home'.
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Engineers at the University of Wisconsin (UW) at Madison have invented what is claimed to be the fastest flexible wearable circuits in the world, according to a study published in the Journal of Advanced Functional Materials.
Intel may have killed the Atom line of processors, but their new $15 Quark Micro-controller Developer Kit may help to fill some of the gap in the gadget and IoT market.
Penton's IoT Institute, a new business unit focused on the rapidly-growing world of the IoT, today launched IoT Emerge, a new event that targets the opportunities and challenges posed by IoT devices, systems and services.
If you're in the market for a rough and tough Android Wear smartwatch, and haven't quite decided to plump for Casio's Smart Outdoor model, you might like to check out Nixon's 'The Mission'.
Runtastic has announced a new fitness tracker, with the look of a traditional watch. Not the first company to take this approach, but a nice alternative for those that prefer not to wear a 'band' style tracker.
Samsung backed startup 'Salted Venture' is all set to unveil their IOFIT connected smart shoes later this month at the Mobile World Congress 2016.
Xiaomi have updated their budget Mi fitness tracker, with the launch of the Mi Band 1S, now featuring heart rate monitoring.