Silly season stretched into the first week of September this year, as a number of questionable IoT-inspired ideas made the news and raised an eyebrow or two at the Mobile Europe office this week.
IBM has integrated ARM’s device platform into its IoT solution and launched new data analytics services for electronics manufacturers.
BT is working with kinetic mesh technology provider Rajant to bring the Internet of Things to production lines and remote industrial sites.
Ericsson has built new software designed to support the Internet of Things, enabling devices with high battery lives and deep indoor coverage, and updated its LTE software.
More than a fifth of European households will use wireless charging by 2020 as a way to power Internet of Things products such as wearables and beacons, new research has found.
Deutsche Telekom is working with bike manufacturer Bulls and automotive supplier Brose to launch a “networked” electric bicycle (e-Bike).
Google’s modular smartphone has been delayed until 2016, the team behind the project bluntly announced on social media this week.
The GSMA has thrown its weight behind the use of Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) technologies for the Internet of Things after launching a new initiative to kickstart the market.
Excitement around autonomous vehicles has reached “peak hype” as car manufacturers put the technology within the reach of consumers, according to a new report.
Telecom Italia (TIM) is providing its mobile network to Enel so that the electricity supplier can roll out a series of smart meters.
Microsoft has partnered with Jasper to provide businesses with a new Internet of Things management solution that both companies claim will speed up time to market.
Sigfox has brought its ultra-narrowband network to its eighth country, enabling IoT solutions to Luxembourg.
Sony Mobile has jointly founded its own drone company, which will offer enterprise solutions using unmanned aircraft.
Telit has launched a new IoT service offering Europe-wide connectivity straight out of the box.
Telefónica's Labs innovation programme is taking place outside of Spain for the first time, with the operator working with MediaTek to develop Internet of Things and wearable solutions.
The Weightless SIG has launched a new standard for two-way, low-power wide area network (LPWAN) connectivity in IoT applications.
South Korea and Japan are amongst the countries predicted to be the first to deploy 5G commercially, beating Europe and the US to the punch, a new report has claimed.
Smart home IoT organisation Thread Group has released its first IP-based wireless networking protocol and appointed Qualcomm Technologies to its board of directors.
Nokia Networks' new IoT solution, Huawei claiming fresh small cell innovation, and Intel and SK Telecom becoming the latest 5G partnership were among the announcements at Mobile World Congress Shanghai.
Google has introduced a new, open-source format for Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) beacons.
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