Intel invests $250 million in self-driving cars
Published in News


Automotive on the cusp of change


Intel CEO Brian Krzanich told the assorted throngs at the LA Auto Show's AutoMobility conference that Chipzilla will invest $250 million over the next two years to make fully autonomous driving a reality.

How to take control of a city’s light
Published in News


Use one IoT to infect another

Insecurity experts have demonstrated a system which could be used to infect every intelligent lightbulb in a city with malware.

IBM wants to put Watson on a smartphone
Published in Wearables


Project Intu gets into embodied cognition

The ever-shrinking Big Blue is improving its cognitive computing efforts with the launch of a new system-agnostic platform called Project Intu.

ARM installs IoT chip security
Published in Processors


Trustzone baked onto the chip

Fabless chipmaker ARM has announced that it will introduce tiny processors which have Trustzone baked in to run the next generation of IoT devices.

Homeland security looks at Internet of Things
Published in Wearables


The lightbulbs are revolting

The Obama administration has ordered Homeland Security to come up with a cunning plan to make the Internet of Things devices more secure after a huge DoS attack on major websites.

Auto makers complacent about IT rivals
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Turning everything upside down

When, and it is  a when rather than an if, autonomous driving cars really begin to tick, it’s going to turn the whole motoring industry upside down.

Internet of things forecasts are “all baloney”
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Hypodermic needles

While every IT company in the entire universe appears to be hyping the internet of things (IoT) as the next big thing, there’s very little substance to the claims.

Chinese are going flat out for IoT
Published in Wearables

 

Reach $127.5 billion by 2020

Beancounters at IDC have been shuffling their tarot cards and are predicting that the Chinese manufactures will be flat out buying up IoT gear by 2020.

Intel concentrates on 5G's backend
Published in Mobiles


Never mind the front, lets look at the back

Fresh after scoring a reasonably sized contract for the iPhone, Intel is getting more excited about its mobile business and is talking about its 5G plans.

Intel releases two new Joule developer kits
Published in Wearables


Atom powered Internet of Things

Intel has announced that developers will have two new Joule kits to choose from which it hopes will prepare the ground for its entry into the world of the Internet of Things