WIRED UK’s Editor, David Rowan, made a speech at the INKTalks event in India last week suggesting we have a problem with internet connected devices that serve no useful purpose. We express our view on its usefulness…
Posts from UK
Posted on 4th Nov 2014 by Manfred Kube in M2M
Apple SIM opens new cellular connectivity potential to tablets – bringing both opportunity and challenges to MNOs0
Posted on 23rd Oct 2014 by Rémi de Fouchier in Mobile
The new ‘Apple SIM’ brings a simpler experience for tablet users the world over, and delivers opportunities for new revenue streams to mobile network operators. But MNOs will need to get to grips with a whole new model for subscription management …
Posted on 17th Oct 2014 by Bernd Eckenfels in M2M
The future of our connected world will be shaped by IoT innovators; we need to act now to ensure future IoT makers are inspired and supported.
Posted on 16th Oct 2014 by Bernd Eckenfels in M2M
Some inspiration and advice to help you enter the Gemalto #IoTMaker Challenge
Posted on 13th Oct 2014 by Bernd Eckenfels in M2M
We’ve seen more entries flood in for the IoT Maker challenge. Got a great idea? Share it with us using #IoTMaker on Twitter.
Posted on 10th Oct 2014 by Bernd Eckenfels in M2M
Our Fact or Fiction quiz series is over, but there’s plenty more from the world of M2M to think about.
Posted on 7th Oct 2014 by Bernd Eckenfels in M2M
In the final post in our Fact or Fiction series, we look into the potential for the pet wearable technology market.
Posted on 6th Oct 2014 by Daniel Mavrakis in Mobile
As OTT messaging services like Whatsapp and iMessage continue to hit peer-to-peer SMS revenues, we suggest three ways “A2P” – Application to Person – messaging can reverse the trend.
Posted on 6th Oct 2014 by Bernd Eckenfels in M2M
In post ten in our Fact or Fiction series, we consider the use of accelerometers, GPS and electroshock treatment in the perfect motivational package.
Posted on 3rd Oct 2014 by Bernd Eckenfels in
In post nine in our Fact or Fiction series, we look into if and how sensors embedded in railway lines can stave off accidents and disasters