The Pentagon is planning to invest $75million on wearable technology development over the next five years, through the ‘FlexTech Alliance’
French company Babolat is offering a stand-along tennis tracking wristband. This $90 device allows you to hook up the connected app whilst using any piece of equipment. You can track strokes, serves and other related statistics.
Motorola’s new version of the well rated but ‘not quite there yet’ Moto 360 is allegedly due to come in two different sizes this time around.
IBM’s decision to invest $3billion and hire 2,000 workers to staff its new Internet of Things Business Unit solidifies its position as a preeminent player and driving force in mainstream IoT adoptions. So says a new report from ‘Strategy Analytics’.
If you haven’t been scared off by recent car hacking (and the subsequent lawsuit), and your car is of a vintage whereby the only connectivity is that between your bottom and the seat, you might like to try Verizon’s new ‘Hum’ service.
Long-range networking startup Filament announced that it has raised $5 million in its first round of funding.
Jasper, a global Internet of Things (IoT) platform leader, today announced a strategic partnership with Microsoft to provide enterprises worldwide with an IoT service management solution
IDC have released a report suggesting Apple is now a close second only to Fitbit in the wearables stakes. Not bad from a standing start less than a year ago.
Just in time for the release of Samsung’s SmartThings home automation hub next month, the platform will be getting Amazon Echo integration.
Residents of New York City can tap into the power of the SmartGrid by joining the coolNYC program. This offers automation products and cash incentives to cut down on the use of air conditioners when the grid is struggling under peak demand.