Last Tuesday I flew out to Hannover, Germany for CeBIT. Famed as the largest and most internationally represented technology and innovation festival in Europe, the event welcomed 2,800 participating companies, over 600 speakers and 370 start-ups from Europe, Africa and
The internet of things (IoT) is a rapidly growing area of interest for large corporations and developers. We want to share some insight we've gained during research into the area, specifically into the smart home IoT market. Something has to connect the connected home, and that something is usually a hub or router. I think that home hub will become an increasingly important part of the smart home, particularly in terms of developers adopting a company’s IoT technology stack.
Machine learning, artificial intelligence and big data were all in focus at Microsoft’s Transform conference in London. Taking place at a suitably frigid East Wintergarden in Canary Wharf, Transform featured speakers from enterprise, government, non-profits organizations, and Microsoft themselves. The
Barcelona, Mobile World Congress 2016 - Another year, another record-breaking Mobile World Congress (MWC), with more than 100,000 attendees squeezing into a very busy Fira España. As ever, MWC saw the release of countless new flagship devices, the best of
Did we miss a conference* for new smartphones or technology? You see, last week we came across the digital equivalent of an exhibition hall of new phone announcements and each one leaves us in a near-panic like state of crave. Seriously, some cool as heck new phones are in the works - or should be - and they are all forcing us to reconsider the long-held assumptions we've had about what to expect from our smartphones up until now. We bet you'll agree that this list could make you rethink that gizmo you're currently stuffing into your back pocket.
This past week was filled with news and announcements from the leading companies in the world of gaming who descended on on Los Angeles for the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) to show off both hardware and their latest gaming
This week there has been a lot of news about wearable technologies, and while on the surface it all looks really cool, we can't help but wonder about where it is all leading ... Are we on a path to the creation of actual cyborgs (you know, half human/half machine, like DC Comics' "superhero for the modern age")? Maybe we're over-thinking this one ...Just for fun, let's take a look at some of the big announcements in wearables that made headlines this week.
There is an expression - the origins of which cannot be proven - that says "May you live in interesting times." Lately, with the rapid development of online tools and apps and at the same time, new modes of communication
The phrase "Internet of Things" (IoT) has been around for many years now, but the ways we use this term is really just starting to get hot now. And last week, at the Internet of Things World expo in San Francisco,