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Sports have been a relevant part of the human condition for thousands of years, but technology is bringing them into the modern age. Internet of Things devices help sporty people monitor their best moves and plays, grow as players,...
Transportation is vital to every other industry, and the Internet of Things is making the entire industry not only smarter, but safer. With connected sensors in cars, bikes, helmets, and even roadways, driving habits can be monitored and made...
Montreal, Quebec is a French-speaking city well-known for their underground tunnels and delicious food that can be found practically everywhere. But this bustling international hub has something else going on beneath the surface--a vibrant disruptive technology scene. Montreal is...
BrickerBot is an aptly named IoT malware program--it quite literally “bricks” any affected IoT device. BrickerBot follows a similar attack vector to the Mirai malware that we have mentioned previously, invasion via Telnet brute force. No, BrickerBot will not...
Agriculture is an industry that began as early as 9000 B.C. Now, some 11 thousand years later, we as a species are still growing, learning, and advancing in this realm. It makes sense--we all have to eat. The initial...
Berlin, the German capital best known for Checkpoint Charlie, is nine times the size of Paris and steeped in history. It has inhabitants from all over the world, and the economy is driven by high-tech companies that can be...
Chicago, the city of wintertime “dibs” and deep dish pizza also lays claim to some impressive innovation. Both artificial intelligence and Internet of Things companies hold firm ground in Chicago, but the city also has opportunities in big data...
Music has always been vital to life. People sing just as the birds do, and music is one of the most profound and universal ways to convey emotion. So then it makes sense that we as people have brought...
The drone industry has been booming with startups over the past couple years, and it makes sense why—the global market for drones is projected to be worth $127 billion by 2020.  In a recent industry insights infographic about predictions...
Governments are notorious for developing high-tech solutions on one end of the spectrum and lagging behind on widespread adoption on the other. With an influx of major technological disruptions in recent years, governments are picking up the pace to...

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