IoT player Sigfox has partnered with Atari to develop a new range of connected devices featuring the videogame pioneer's brand.
Consumers are pretending to know what new technology means, Samsung has found, as it launched a LoRa network in Korea.
Telefónica Business Solution has signed a deal to provide connected car company Automatic Labs with a range of solutions, including its Global SIM service (GSS).
Tele2 is building a LoRa network in Gothenberg, which it hopes will offer low bandwidth and long battery life applications to enterprise customers.
Flexibility will be critical if telcos are to play a central role in smart city networks, a new report from the Global mobile Suppliers Association has claimed.
Orange has increased its backing for LoRa technology by becoming a board member of the industry alliance trying to foster its adoption.
Vending machines and cars seem at opposite ends of the connectivity scale, with one static and other as mobile as they come, but together both products have been at the centre of attempts to make an IoT solution global.
City authorities and technology partners could lose hundreds of billions of dollars if they choose to build smart cities with non-standardised technology, a new report has claimed.
LPWAN player Sigfox is deploying its network across 100 cities in the United States, as its expansion plans continue.
Samsung's SmartThings Internet of Things network is open to abuse, with hackers potentially able to break their way into a house through its front door, new research has claimed.
Cypress has bought Broadcom's Internet of Things wireless business for $550 million, as it looks to strengthen its automotive, industrial and consumer IoT offers.
Proximus and Flemish digital research centre iMinds are collaborating on standardising and developing LoRa technology.
Smart meters have been boosted by new deployments and contract wins by Telekom Austria and Telefónica.
Ericsson has launched Internet of Things as a service as it seeks to increase the adoption of connected networks.
Vodafone has opened the first open Internet of Things lab devoted to narrowband technology and completed a smart parking trial in Turkey.
Ericsson and the Brazilian government have set up an Internet of Things focused lab concentrating on smart agriculture and water, disaster prevention and monitoring applications.
Deutsche Telekom has launched a Cloud of Things starter kit, which it said gives enterprises quick and easy access to the Internet of Things.
Infrastructure company Arqiva has helped launch a Sigfox-enabled smart neighbourhood in Scotland, allowing a social housing provider to track maintenance needs and energy usage remotely.
The Internet of Things has gone mainstream, thanks to a confluence of consumer and enterprise demand, regulatory changes and more sophisticated developer tools, Verizon has claimed.
Consumers will only account for 10 percent of total connections by 2025, Huawei has predicted, with the firm focusing on connectivity and virtualisation for the years ahead.
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