Google has updated its Android developer platform for the Internet of Things, ditched the former Brillo brand name, and opened up access to a range of its services for developers.
Security risks to the Internet of Things have reached "boiling point", with a "woeful" approach to defending against attacks in the consumer market, a new report has claimed.
Telekom Austria will deploy almost 200,000 smart meters in Graz by 2020 in what it said was the first large-scale rollout in its home market.
Operators are only "scratching the surface" of NB-IoT's potential, the CTO of Telenor Connexion has said, as the operator gears up for a trial of smart parking.
Telia Company has launched a €7.2 million international research and development project into IoT self-care solutions for the elderly.
Electronic components distributor Arrow Electronics is to integrate Vodafone's Internet of Things technology into its products, after signing a deal with the operator.
Operators should unite to offer quality of service (QoS) between networks, to enable certain customers and services to get preferential connectivity, a Deutsche Telekom executive has said.
Belgian operator Proximus will trial narrowband-IoT (NB-IoT) in 2017, with a view to running LoRA and NB-IoT networks in tandem to serve distinct elements of the Internet of Things market.
KPN has held a trial of LTE-M technology, ahead of a widely expected rollout of the technology next year.
The market share of non-cellular low-power wide-area (LPWA) technologies will outstrip the share of cellular LPWA technologies by 12 percent by 2021, a new market report by ABI Research has claimed.
Marine smartphones connected to Vodafone’s UK mobile network have helped scientists in Scotland investigate the rapid decline in the UK seal population.
Telia Company's new connected car solution is aiming to be a springboard for second-hand cars to take advantage of full mobility.
MTN and Huawei have completed a commercial trial of a narrowband-IoT (NB-IoT) solution for water metering.
Nokia has been tasked with developing a traffic management system for drones by the United Arab Emirates General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), as part of a wider smart city initiative for the city of Dubai.
The IoT will not work without the convergence and coexistence of licensed and unlicensed technologies, according to the Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA).
The bustling market for short-range wireless connectivity will see shipments of related integrated circuits (ICs), or chips, reach 10 billion by 2021, according to ABI Research.
Telekom Austria Group has become the latest operator to test and debut NB-IoT technology on its live network in Austria.
Deutsche Telekom is to launch a research project on drones and establish if its network can be used to connect them to the internet, and to monitor their flight amongst other air traffic.
Huawei and Portuguese electrical network manufacturer Janz have built the "world's first" energy smart meter based on NB-IoT technology.
5G subscriptions across Western Europe will only account for 3.4 percent of the total by 2022, Ericsson has predicted, with North America and Asia set to dominate roll out of the technology.
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