There will be more than 50 billion smart devices in the world by 2030, managing and monitoring everything from our health to our roads. But what are the pros and cons of handing city management over to the IoT?
IoT manufacturers are waking up to the fact that they have responsibilities - even if it hurts their bottom line
'The overarching goal is to connect all the devices so we can have an overview from birth to trash'
Telemetry can open a window on the murky world of fleet vehicle usage, says Total WayKonect
Cloud, mobile, social media, big data, IoT and organisations operating in real-time on a global scale have driven sweeping changes to the database arena
No single vendor can provide a complete edge computing solution - the edge requires collaboration
Living Lab 2.0 is a test environment for businesses seeking to innovate in the home energy market
Could the coronavirus outbreak instigate a broader change for the better in society? Professor Peter Cochrane believes it could
Rancher has big - and small - plans for the container orchestration platform
As more renewable energy sources come online grids and market mechansims are changing and controlling them must be a collaborative effort, says director of systems operations Arjan Stam
A truly smart office means greater productivity and fewer headaches for IT teams
Government expected to push for legal recognition of emerging TS 103 645 global IoT security standard
Connecting production IoT devices to a public network might be tempting, but a private IoT network will be more secure and reliable, argues Comms365's Nick Sacke
Can intelligence-led service introduce cruise travel to a younger generation?
Sidewalk will use low-bandwidth 900 megahertz spectrum to enable communication with IoT devices a mile away
CTRL-labs is developing technology to enable computers to be controlled by the brain
Ad trackers 'pervasive' across Roku and Amazon set-top boxes
Laura Nolan, who resigned from Google last year over military drone project, warns over 'killer robots'
IoT devices the 'soft underbelly' of corporate networks by Russia's Fancy Bear hackers, targeting VoIP phones and printers
IoT Azure security tool can identify configuration issues before they can be used in a cyber attack
IT security specialists need to look at IoT security in buildings in a completely different way, says Cundall director Chris Grundy
The construction industry still hasn't got to grips with the IT security challenges of IoT devices embedded in buildings
Silex attacks any Unix-like system with default login credentials
Ocado 'going into production' imminently on robotic picking with in-house developed suction cup tech
Full-scale working robotic hands to follow in three-to-five year