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'Pay by phone' or let's go home

'Pay by phone' or let's go home
  According to research from Vista Retail Support, 70% of consumers are familiar with Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based technologies and believe that AI can transform their shopping experiences, yet 66% say that they have not experienced the technology in a retail environment.
23rd August 2017

Raspberry Pi, 3D printer target teacher's shopping list

Raspberry Pi, 3D printer target teacher's shopping list
Described as an ultimate education listfor electronics educators, Farnell element14 has put together a list of popular and must-have products to equip the educators lab.  The list includes hot items from the latest Raspberry Pi3 model B to 3D printers and software, essential for students looking to get hands on experience of real-word tools, and helping educators create the right environment within the right equipment and tools to give students the best start in their engineering career.
22nd August 2017

Launch of Android 8.0: Android Oreo

Launch of Android 8.0: Android Oreo
After yesterday's announcement of Android Oreo, you can now dowload it if you have one of the following compatible devices: Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus Player, Pixel C, Pixel or Pixel XL. If you have already installed Developer Preview 4, an update to Android Oreo will be suggested to you, otherwise you will have to install Oreo yourself. In order to do this you should back up any data on your devices and then download the factory images.
22nd August 2017


Is it time to ban mobile phones in schools?

Is it time to ban mobile phones in schools?
Stem cell storage company, StemProtect.co.uk, believes children under the age of 16 shouldn't be allowed to bring mobile phones into school. The national health services company says they should be left at home if we value the education and mental health of our children. StemProtect.co.uk says that the disadvantages of mobile phones in primary and secondary schools by far outweighs the benefits.
17th August 2017

IoT modules join Digi-Key global linecard

IoT modules join Digi-Key global linecard
IoT modules, embedded and device gateway solutions will be available for immediate shipment worldwide as a result of a new distribution agreement between Lantronix and Digi-Key. Lantronix has been delivering robust and secure connectivity solutions for machine to machine (M2M) and IoT applications for more than 25 years.
16th August 2017

Upgrade enables platform to cope with increasing Internet traffic

A collaboration between Hutchison Global Communications Limited (HGC) and AMS-IX (Amsterdam Internet Exchange), AMS-IX Hong Kong, has announced that users will now be able to connect with the Internet Exchange via dedicated ports with a capacity of 100Gbps. AMS-IX Hong Kong has upgraded the platform to cope with an increasing demand for bandwidth and a growing number of customers. It also runs a successful mobile peering platform offering Inter-IPX services to IPX providers.
16th August 2017

Anritsu set pace in telecoms training

Anritsu set pace in telecoms training
Anritsu has signed a strategic training partnership agreement with Ubi-Tech (3R) a specialist in delivering engineering & training services to the telecommunications industry. Under the terms of the new agreement, Ubi-Tech will offer Anritsu Approved, instructor led, industry standard, certification training to the telecommunication market in the UK and Ireland.
14th August 2017

Konrad RF/Wireless expertise wins NI alliance

Konrad RF/Wireless expertise wins NI alliance
Konrad Technologies has been named an NI RF and Wireless Specialty Alliance Partner. The company received this designation for its specialised skills in RF and wireless test capabilities, demonstrated by their Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) radar test solutions and RF communications test capabilities.
7th August 2017

Boss buys out IP communications developer

Boss buys out IP communications developer
A new era has been ushered it at Spirent's Developer Tool Business Unit in Tel Aviv (Formerly RADVISION Technology Business Unit) following a management buyout by Pierre Hagendorf, previously general manager of the business unit. The new name of the business is Softil and it begins with more than 800 corporate customers world-wide.
3rd August 2017

Kontron joins the LoRa Alliance

Kontron joins the LoRa Alliance
Global provider of Embedded Computing Technology (ECT), Kontron, has announced that it has become a member of the LoRa Alliance, the fastest growing alliance developing a global low power wide area network (LPWAN) standard for Internet of Things (IoT). The LoRa Alliance was formed in 2015 with a mission to standardise LPWAN being deployed around the world to enable IoT, machine-to-machine (M2M), and smart city, and industrial applications.
28th July 2017


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Cyber Security - Oil, Gas, Power 2017
29th November 2017
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