by Casey Crane
Never thought you’d have to worry about cyberattacks from just plugging in your phone at a charging station? Here’s what to know about it and how to protect your devices from this USB charger hack
by Courtney Linder
Without you knowing it, hackers can hang outside your home—all thanks to what's known as a side-channel attack. These attacks detect some of the invisible radiation coming from your Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices, like your Alexa voice assistant, smart TV, or even your home security system, just by picking up on electromagnetic field radiation.
by Jason Perlow
I see a lot of potential in smart home automation, though I came to appreciate the importance of making some strategic choices before embarking on any home automation project, like interoperability between vendors can become problematic -- notably if the vendors do not employ a shared protocol standard or similar technology.
by Angelica Krystle Donati
As we become more and more engaged with spaces and their users, both through sensors and digital applications, we capture data. This increasingly big data, in turn, can “feed” the algorithms that power the AI and ML that allow us to fine tune the real estate-as-a-service offering to the segment of one.
by Rohail Saleem
As the transition to an automated global economy continues, many remain fearful of the rise of neo-serfdom – a new, exorbitantly wealthy ruling class that derives much of its wealth from unbridled automation. In such a scenario, global wealth will be concentrated in an extremely small number of hands while the overwhelming proportion of the global populace toils in misery.
by Christele Harrouk
While some still think that as our cities get more intelligent, they will resemble sci-fi futuristic movies, the reality is that the quality of life in these cities will drastically improve.
The lure of low-cost data storage and cloud computing has enabled organizations to capture and process large volumes of data in a short period of time, finding valuable business insights and achieving end-to-end digitization of the supply chain.
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by YARYNA MYRKA
Mobile application development and the Internet of Things has been at its peak for the past several years. Smart systems are increasingly affecting our lives, and, nowadays, mobile devices are the link between technology and people.
The Central government, under the Shyama Prasad Mukherji Rurban Mission, is encouraging formation of cluster villages so as to enable them to get facilities available in urban areas.
by News Team
A new report by eDelivery explores how retailers and carriers are looking for new ways to reduce carbon emissions and meet customer expectations of sustainability.
Unauthorised or anomalous robotic behavior can wreak worse problems than humans can, claim researchers. A new report by CyberArk discusses how to securely drive innovation through robotic process automation (RPA).
by AARON M. RENN
For many years we've been promised that the marriage of technology and the city, the 'smart city,' would revolutionize urban life. But for a long time the term has essentially been a buzzword attached to different concepts over three distinct generations, accompanied by generous measures of hype and, lately, some serious questions about who's in the driver's seat.
by RAY BLAIR
When I started in technology 30-plus years ago, I never would have imagined we'd have the smart devices we enjoy today. There are so many types of gadgets that improve our quality of life, from smart lighting to smart refrigerators, and even smart hairbrushes for healthier hair. I have to admit, there are times when I just sit back, a little awed, and wonder how in the world did this all get started?
by Cho Mu-Hyun
Those with drones that have a maximum takeoff weight of over 2 kilograms will be required to register them as they do for automobiles.
by Nick English
Sticking with a single wireless protocol and avoiding integrated security will stifle your smart door lock sales and and hurt your profits.
by Charlie Gao
Earlier this month, Jane's reported that Russia's primary tank plant, Uralvagonzavod (UVZ), announced that it was working on unmanned variants of the T-72B3. The move comes as part of what appears to be a large push for unmanned vehicles in Russian service.
by Sudipta Dev
Delhi headquartered startup Pepfuels has introduced India's first location based fuel delivery system through its patented IoT – RFID based device to help industries, the farm sector, hotels and malls, save on fuel cost, time and prevent pilferage