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  • 24 Jan 2018
    NEPCON China 2017 Has Completed in Shanghai with Double Harvest of Science and Technology Exhibition and Channels of Communication

    In the new round of transformation and upgrading of China’s economy, the enterprises in electronics manufacturing industry are eager to exploit more channels for trade matching, greatly obtain the bonus of technological reformation, transform the extension industries and upgrade their own manufacturing...

  • 17 Jan 2018
    IoT predictions 2018: What will the next year of connectedness bring?

    IoT edge analytics brings real-time intelligence to devices IoT analytics are one thing. IoT edge analytics are another. Simply put, sending the vast amount of data created by IoT devices and sensors to the cloud simply is neither feasible nor cost-effective,...

  • 08 Jan 2018
    Union Budget 2018-19: ASSOCHAM seeks venture capital pool & lower tax rates for electronics sector

    This article was first published in Electronicsb2b, original link: Considering that costs pertaining to finance, energy...

  • 04 Jan 2018
    To serve man: The internet of things and analytics

    The title of this article refers to a classic episode of the old TV series The Twilight Zone, wherein advanced creatures from outer space establish contact with Earth and we misinterpret the meaning of an alien text titled, “To Serve Man.” Earthlings think the aliens...

  • 27 Dec 2017
    The rise of Foxconn and Terry Gou, and shaking the Apple shackles

    Foxconn has had an astonishing rise in the electronics industry. The Taiwanese company has gone beyond electronics manufacturing and assembly to become one of largest companies in the world. Fortune ranks as the world’s 27th largest company, but just how big can Foxconn become? The Foxconn Since the iPhone’s introduction in 2007, Apple has relied on the company...

  • 21 Dec 2017
    How to safely integrate smart homes with larger networks

    As IP-enabled technology for the home continues to increase, networks and security architectures are in dire need of change. Every IoT-enabled smart device inside the home needs to communicate with a server, which is typically located outside the home. The amount...

  • 15 Dec 2017
    Smart technologies will only get smarter: A look ahead to 2018

    With 2018 right around the corner, everyone from industry experts to company CEOs is looking ahead to the trends the new year will bring. For those situated in our evolving smart cities, the growth of the on-demand economy to the increasing interconnectivity of IoT...

  • 08 Dec 2017
    Don't let poor IoT security turn your devices against you

    Earlier this year, the IoT-focused security firm Senrio discovered a hackable flaw called Devil’s Ivy, which has the potential to put thousands of different models of security cameras at risk. The vulnerability is found in a piece of open source code called gSOAP, created...

  • 01 Dec 2017
    How can we accelerate the development of smart cities?

    In theory, IoT enables the development of smart city applications that allow governments to make city living easier, more comfortable and more affordable. Energy and water waste can be curtailed, crowding on public transportation lessened, pollution reduced, traffic jams...

  • 24 Nov 2017
    Apple retakes the top spot in wearable device shipments

    It looks like Xiaomi's reign as the wearable device champion was short-lived. Canalys' latest estimates indicate that Apple regained the lead in wearable shipments during the third quarter of the year, shipping 3.9 million smartwatches over the summer. That's...

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