Internet of things

Intel Xeon

New Intel Xeon, Atom Chips Revealed; New Chips Designed to Support 5G Network

The new Intel Xeon and Atom chips are designed for the future of Internet of Things and 5G network technologies. more

Teaser For VW's Electric Car Concept

Volkswagen Teases Next-Generation, Electric Microbus For CES 2016

Volkswagen’s latest teaser has officially made the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show a car-focused event, as the automaker has drop another hint at what its electric car concept will look like and its features. more

Blackberry's QNX embedded in a concept car based on a Maserati Quattroporte GTS sports sedan (2015 CES)

Blackberry Unveils New IoT Platform

Blackberry has unveiled a new platform that can track vehicles and packages in the shipping industry. more

Mercedes-Benz Luxury in Motion Concept

CES 2015: Connected Cars

This year's event features everything from keyless entry to self-parking systems to powerful infotainment displays. more

Facebook Search

2015 Tech Predictions

The Internet of things, artificial intelligence and big data will continue to make headlines in 2015. more

BMW ConnectedDrive

Connectivity To Change Car Industry

Ownership has become less important to consumers as ride-sharing becomes more popular. more

Samsung Buys SmartThings

Samsung Acquires SmartThings

Samsung has purchased a Washington tech startup that makes a smart hub to let connected home devices communicate with each other. more

Microsoft

Microsoft Joins AllSeen Alliance

The AllSeen Alliance initiative, which is seeking to develop an industry standard for connected devices, now comprises more than 50 companies. more

Nod Wearable Device

Nod Ring Controls Devices with Gesture

The ring with Bluetooth allows the wearer to control computers, lights, Google Glass and more through subtle movement. more

Bosch

Bosch Plans for Smart Devices

German car parts manufacturer Bosch is planning to enter the growing market for connected devices. more

David Cameron

Britain, Germany Developing 5G Wireless

Prime Minister David Cameron wants the two countries to develop 5G wireless and make new advances for the Internet of things. more

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