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Trusting the IoT

Colin Bull, Principal Consultant Manufacturing and Product Development at SQS, explains the need to embrace IPisation now to trust the connect devices of our...
Autonomous vehicle technology

General Motors acquires autonomous vehicle firm

General Motors Co. recently announced that it is acquiring Cruise Automation to add software talent and rapid development capability to further accelerate GM’s development of autonomous...
software testing and QA

11 Mar 2016: This week’s highlighted articles 

The National Software Testing Conference returns to the British Museum  Returning for the third year with an exceptional line-up of speakers including heads of testing,...
security for IoT

What are the security concerns surrounding IoT?

Barry Mattacott, Marketing Director at Wick Hill Group, looks at the security risks of linking more and more smart devices to our networks. Are we...
software testing, devops and QA

4 Mar 2016: This week’s highlighted articles 

New initiative to encourage 5000 more women into tech sector  Ahead of International Women’s Day 2016 next week, a tech recruitment firm has launched a...
weaponisation of IoT

Preventing the weaponisation of IoT

Cesare Garlati, Chief Security Strategist, prpl Foundation, discusses the potentials and pitfalls of The Internet of Things. The Internet of Things is rapidly turning...
connected cars need to be more secure

New study reveals major concerns over the security of connected cars

New research has revealed that half of British drivers (49%) are concerned about the safety of the connected car, with automotive manufacturers also admitting...
Nest thermostats malfunction following software bug

Nest thermostats malfunction following software bug

A recent glitchy software update gave many users of Nest's smart thermostat a cold start to 2016. The software bug meant that the devices quickly...
Business applications will be the real drivers for AR and wearables

Business applications will be the real drivers for AR and wearables

A new report from Beecham Research turns conventional wisdom on its head. Augmented reality (AR) and wearable devices have mostly been discussed in terms...

15 Jan 2016: This week’s highlighted articles

UK invests in IoT research In early 2016, UK Minister of State for Culture and the Digital Economy, Ed Vaizey announced a new interdisciplinary Research...

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