Category Archives: IoT

Finally a Device to Track Anything Like a Magpie Does

I’ve known Derek Handley and his family for a long time, since a young group of entrepreneurs won the NZ Wireless Data Forum’s mobile app competition (I was President at the time, helped conceive and judge¬† it) many many years … Continue reading

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Mobility as a Service

Most mornings as I ignore my car navigation directions and go to work the fast way, I drive past the same yachts in a marina, which are mostly all there in the middle of summer and on the weekends too … Continue reading

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Smart clothes peg pings your phone when there’s rain on the way

Peggy is a smart clothes-peg prototype that uses a number of sensors and local weather information to tell you when the washing is dry and ping you when rain’s on the way to prevent you drying the same load twice. … Continue reading

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IBM disrupts the Tour de France with IoT – ReadWrite

Dimension Data is partnering with IBM to analyze 198 riders’ data in the 2015 Tour de France, looking over 21 gruelling days of cycling. Sourced through Scoop.it from: readwrite.com This is the next generation of a concept that started with … Continue reading

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Why 2016 Will Be The Year Of Mass Wearables Adoption – ARC

Wearables are here to stay. We just need to show them some love. Sourced through Scoop.it from: http://www.scoop.it Most people don’t define the technology they use into a category, but we have been using wearables for years. It’s your headphones … Continue reading

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China’s tech entrepreneurs have stopped copying and started innovating (Wired UK)

China’s startups used to follow the lead of Apple and Facebook but Meituan, XinCheJian and YY are forging their own paths Sourced through Scoop.it from: http://www.wired.co.uk Apparently Seoul is the most ‘drunk’ city in the world. So Chinese entrepreneurs has … Continue reading

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Digital Attack Map

Digital Attack Map – DDoS attacks around the globe Sourced through Scoop.it from: http://www.digitalattackmap.com This is fascinating. I knew that security agencies had access to this sort of information, but I didn’t know the public could see information like this. … Continue reading

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