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Cassette tape is revived with new Bluetooth technology 5.0

Cassette tape is revived with new Bluetooth technology 5.0

Cassette tapes were the only way to listen music in the 80’s and was popular in that era too. It was a great companion during happiness and healed us when we were sad. As everything became digit... Read more

Report by NIST recommends on overcoming challenges of IoT security

Report by NIST recommends on overcoming challenges of IoT security

The US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has published a report outlining the risks posed by IoT devices and measures to be taken to overcome them. The report says IoT device manu... Read more

TCS Named a Leader in IoT Services

TCS Named a Leader in IoT Services

A leading IT services, consulting, and business solutions organization, TCS, has been named a leader in the Zinnov Zones for Internet of Things (IoT) Services, for the third consecutive year. Accordin... Read more

Chinese firms are into developing their own chips

Chinese firms are into developing their own chips

China is preparing itself to bring out its own semiconductor industry on the backdrop of the U.S.-China trade war. The Chinese firms’ fear of being eliminated from using American technology henc... Read more

Samsung ventures deeper into home IoT with new SmartThings

Samsung ventures deeper into home IoT with new SmartThings

Samsung’s SmartThings line of smart home equipment is expanding further today. In a new announcement, Samsung announced new gadgets SmartThings Cam, SmartThings Wifi Smart Plug, and SmartThings ... Read more

Waymo enters Japan and France in new deal with Nissan, Renault

Waymo enters Japan and France in new deal with Nissan, Renault

Nissan and Renault have struck a deal with Waymo to bring the driverless automobile technology to their homelands. With this deal, Waymo is going global with its autonomous vehicle technology. Unlike ... Read more

The U.S. welcomes Samsung Galaxy Fit

The U.S. welcomes Samsung Galaxy Fit

Samsung’s Galaxy Fit is coming to the U.S. priced at $99.99. The activity tracker is now available on Samsung’s website. The device is branded as ‘light and vivid to keep you up to s... Read more