It’s been a long time coming, the Razer Nabu. First launched, or announced at least, back in January 2014, it’s now really coming out (probably) in October, replete with a few design changes over the original device.
Heart disease and Acute myocardial infarction (AMI) is one of the leading cause of deaths globally. 17.3 million fatalities due to heart disease each year, rising to more than 23.6 annually by 2030, according to the American Heart Association.
Remember the video of the Jeep hack that was doing the rounds a couple of weeks back? Security researchers Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek were filmed scaring the pants off their friend …
Predixion Software, which has been using its Machine Learning Semantic Model (MLSM) to get better analytical flexibility anywhere on the IoT network – including out at edge devices – announced at the Intel Developer Forum last week that it’s partnering with Wind River and will be leveraging its cloud-based IoT platform to help in this endeavour.
U.S. Cellular has announced a new collaboration to deliver low-cost, cellular-connected business monitoring solutions manufactured by partner Monnit Corporation.
Autodesk signed an agreement Thursday to acquire SeeControl, a developer of an enterprise Internet of Things (IoT) cloud services platform.
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’.