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Lynn Haber, Senior Editor, Channel Partners, 12/9/2016
When it comes to connected devices, the wearables market has been sputtering lately. Just this week, Fitbit announced that it acquired assets of Pebble Technology that include key personnel and intellectual property related to software and firmware development -- and excludes Pebble's hardware products.
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Edward Gately, Contributing Editor, Channel Partners Online, 12/8/2016
An increasing number of restaurants are becoming connected to help ensure customer safety and protect their brand.
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Edward Gately, Contributing Editor, Channel Partners Online, 12/7/2016
Germany-based software vendor Software AG has bought California-based artificial intelligence (AI) company Zementis to advance its Internet of Things capability.
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Edward Gately, Contributing Editor, Channel Partners Online, 12/6/2016
The global sensors market is projected to generate $162.36 billion in 2019, with industrial control, smart cities and eHealth being top revenue contributors.
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Jeremy Coward, Senior Editor, IoT World News, 12/5/2016
As a veteran specialist in the broadband and telecommunications space, it's no surprise that Verizon is emerging as a key player for the Internet of Things now that the industry is taking shape.
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Buffy Naylor, Managing Editor, Informa Exhibitions’ Business Technology Network, 12/5/2016
Dublin-based Asavie, a provider of next-generation enterprise mobility and Internet of Things connectivity solutions, announced this week that it has achieved IoT Competency status in the AWS Partner Network (APN).
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Edward Gately, Contributing Editor, Channel Partners Online, 12/5/2016
Eseye has announced an advance in Internet of Things security with Amazon Web Services (AWS).
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Edward Gately, Contributing Editor, Channel Partners Online, 12/5/2016
Swiss-based cybersecurity company WISeKey and China-based Feitian Technologies have teamed up to provide combined offerings to secure Internet of Things devices.
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Edward Gately, Contributing Editor, Channel Partners Online, 12/5/2016
Researchers in South Korea and the US have developed biosignal-measuring electrodes that can be mounted on Internet of Things devices.
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