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ZTE Announces the First 5G flagship Smartphone

ZTE Announces the First 5G flagship Smartphone

ZTE Corporation, a major global provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the Mobile Internet, announced the first 5G flagship smartphone, the ZTE Axon 10 Pro 5G.

Protectionism in IT: The Monsters are back

Protectionism in IT: The Monsters are back

Since mid-2019, IT has been facing one of the greatest challenges of its history. Perceived threats from rogue states taint the products from their companies. The result is the return of protectionism in IT, which could mean a long delay in delivering 5G networks – and major problems for IoT. […]

Augmented-Reality: Making a MES

Augmented-Reality: Making a MES

Augmented Reality (AR) is very much part of the digital revolution in manufacturing. By simply donning a hands-free headset, workers can add a virtual layer of contextual information on top of what they see before them along with detailed information about a machine or process. Today, AR is mainly used in maintenance but, once you realize that the application of AR is only limited by the imagination, that’s only the tip of the iceberg.

Authentication and Identity Management: About Security and Things

Authentication and Identity Management: About Security and Things

Do you know where your data sets go to? More specifically, do you know who knows? Strong authentication and identity management will play an increasingly crucial role as companies and organizations move toward the goal of a totally connected world.

Fitness and Wearables: Smart Buds

Fitness and Wearables: Smart Buds

When it comes to valuable real estate on the human body, the ear is the new wrist. Wearables are changing.

Cybercrime in Space: How Secure Are Satellites?

Cybercrime in Space: How Secure Are Satellites?

Unlike their military counterparts, civilian GNSS systems are vulnerable to jamming and spoofing. Cybercrime in Space must change.

Next-Gen GNSS: Eyes in the Sky

Next-Gen GNSS: Eyes in the Sky

For years, different navigation satellite systems, primarily the United States’ GPS and Russia’s Glonass, have allowed people and organizations to detect their devices and compute locations accurately and securely. However, the more that 5G, automated driving, and smart cities become mainstream, it’s becoming clear that a broader range of location-based applications will need to be supported to meet specific market and individual needs.

Blockchain Smart Contracts: Mutually Reinforcing Power

Blockchain Smart Contracts: Mutually Reinforcing Power

Two young technologies are poised to remake business processes around the globe. Ubiquitous data access and control technologies (IoT) are now being combined with the “guarantee” of distributed ledger (aka blockchain) to produce startling new business opportunities.

Sigfox and Alps Alpine form IoT alliance to boost innovation in IoT market

Sigfox and Alps Alpine form IoT alliance to boost innovation in IoT market

IoT service provider Sigfox and Alps Alpine signed a Global IoT Alliance Partnership Agreement. Alps Alpine is a leading manufacturer of components including sensors, HMI (human-machine interfaces), switches and connectivity devices to the automotive, industrial and smartphone industries.

Australia will deploy AI drones to spot sharks and crocodiles near swimmers

Australia will deploy AI drones to spot sharks and crocodiles near swimmers

The Ripper Group in conjunction with UTS successfully developed and demonstrated the world’s first AI drones enabled automatic detection system which covers sharks, crocodiles and a range of up to 14 different species of marine life. This Ai-enabled solution delivers 90% accuracy.