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Connectivity is foundation for Internet of Things revolution, says IT Secretary

Globally, IoT most often refers to household appliances (such as security systems or lights and speakers), but Sawhney urged the stakeholders to innovate for India’s problems and gave the examples of soil conditions, irrigation, pollution, and transportation.

Internet of Things: Let devices do the talking

Worldwide IoT industry is estimated at $300 billion and the number of connected devices at 27 billion by 2020. The possibilities are immense in India as the country is likely to account for over 5% of the global pie.


New tech to make everyday items part of Internet of Things

The technology could also have applications in elder care, where it could be used to unobtrusively monitor medications and daily activities, helping seniors stay independent longer without the need for expensive and invasive live-in care.

Aspern, the Vienna smart city that has become a living lab

Though not the first smart city in the world, Aspern is unique as underground connections for data infrastructure and analytics capabilities were integrated from the ground up as the city started coming up in 2014.

Spray-on antennas may turn objects into connected technology

Preserving transmission quality in a form this thin is significant because it would allow antennas to easily be embedded - literally, sprayed on - in a wide variety of objects and surfaces without adding additional weight or circuitry or requiring a certain level of rigidity.

Smart microchip can power sensors for Internet of Things: Study

Researchers have been able to create a microchip, that can run Internet of Things (IoT)-based devices even when their battery runs out.


Dell Technologies partners with Microsoft on IoT solution delivery

Laptop major dell has partnered with Microsoft to develop Internet of Things (IoT) solutions for vertical customers.

Novel conducive paint can turn walls 'smart': Study

A new paint has been developed by scientists, that can be sprayed onto walls to make them 'smart'.

India's 5G, IoT ambitions to ride on core networks, enabling ecosystem: Telecom Secy

Telecom secretary Aruna Sundararajn has said that 5G services and the Internet of Things will be technologies that will enable business, and will be critical for the country.

Common smart devices can be easily hacked: Study

According to researchers, many common smart home appliances are liable to hacks and security threats.

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Developing nations grow in terms of internet usage as developed countries flatline: News in Numbers

The growth rate in internet usage is increasing in developing nations, also because there is more scope for it when compared with developed countries. But look at the numbers closely and you will once again find that the digital divide has not reduce