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The new tools of the future factory
19 Oct, 2016 04:40 pm
The new tools of the future factory

Digital modelling, additive manufacturing and the Internet of Things have drastically changed the way that industrial stakeholders design, produce and maintain their products...

Can Security-as-a-Service Fight Constantly Evolving Threats?
26 Jul, 2016 05:16 pm
Can Security-as-a-Service Fight Constantly Evolving Threats?

As we stand in 2016, information technology security is still a problem. It's a big problem in fact. Could an emerging 'as-a-service' based approach...

Water Utilities: Technology key in the competitive era
17 Jul, 2017 11:11 am
Water Utilities: Technology key in the competitive era

April's change in the law liberalising England's business water retail industry is transforming the utility sector and driving water providers to focus on creating more customer-centric...

Linux rules the IoT and mobile apps roost
6 Apr, 2017 09:00 am
Linux rules the IoT and mobile apps roost

Windows continues to remain the predominant operating system installed on over 90% of all PCs sold worldwide, but Linux has emerged as a leading...

UPS tests drones for deliveries
27 Feb, 2017 09:00 am
UPS tests drones for deliveries

United Postal Service Inc. successfully delivered a package with an octocopter drone in Florida, as the world's largest courier tests ways to...

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Passenger drone to lift-off in Dubai July
24 Feb, 2017 09:00 am
Passenger drone to lift-off in Dubai July

An egg-shaped, four-legged passenger drone is slated for operation in July in Dubai, the city's Roads and Transportation Agency said.

Nokia's plan for IoT network grid
23 Feb, 2017 09:00 am
Nokia's plan for IoT network grid

Nokia plans to unveil further details of its WING (Worldwide Internet of things Network Grid) project, a far-reaching network of multiple carrier...

Terahertz chip technology could replace costly equipment
22 Feb, 2017 09:00 am
Terahertz chip technology could replace costly equipment

A group of Princeton University researchers have developed a terahertz wave source and detection device the size of a single fingertip.

Amazon's drone-parachute delivery patent
21 Feb, 2017 11:00 am
Amazon's drone-parachute delivery patent

Amazon has filed a patent for a technology that will allow drones to drop  and guide their packages from the sky, rather than landing on the ground to deliver them.

M-commerce: Online retail goes mobile
20 Feb, 2017 09:57 am
M-commerce: Online retail goes mobile

This shift among shoppers to mobile means retailers are having to adapt much of what they do to remain relevant to their requirements. Many things are changing - screen sizes,...

Protecting Europe's GPS satellite from hackers
20 Feb, 2017 09:00 am
Protecting Europe's GPS satellite from hackers

Researchers from the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Leuven in Belgium have developed a way of preventing distortions of positioning signals emitted by Galileo...

Biometrics may replace paper tickets on UK railways
17 Feb, 2017 09:00 am
Biometrics may replace paper tickets on UK railways

Train passengers in the UK could one day pay for tickets and pass through turnstiles by using their fingerprints or iris scans,...

US city offers real-time car parking map
16 Feb, 2017 09:02 am
US city offers real-time car parking map

Kansas City officials have unveiled an interactive map that uses video sensors spread across a busy part of the city to help drivers locate car parking spaces and avoid congestion,...

Scientists create erasable, light-sensitive ink
15 Feb, 2017 09:00 am
Scientists create erasable, light-sensitive ink

Researchers at the University of California at Riverside have developed a treatment for ordinary paper that makes it light-sensitive, allowing it to be marked using an ultraviolet light...

 
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