Budget 2015: George Osborne pledges £140m to develop Internet of Things, smart cities and driverless cars - Updated

Danny Palmer
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But EY warns that funds must also be used to examine security of connected devices

The government will pledge funds to develop applications for the Internet of Things and smart cities, Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne has announced as part of the Budget. The funding ...

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