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Retail’s newest game-changer: Intel
Retail’s newest game-changer: Intel

The retail industry has reached a turning point, and so has Intel. Across the retail vertical, many well-known brands are struggling. Macy’s recently said it would close 68 stores and lay off 10,000...

6 top enterprise IT predictions for the coming new year
6 top enterprise IT predictions for the coming new year

Enterprise clients can be a fickle bunch. What’s coming next year? Consultants at CSC, the big IT services and solutions company, think they know. They’ve just issued their predictions for the top 6...

2017 Predictions: Robotics
Your 2017 forecast for what’s coming in robotics, speech, more

It’s time for all good solution providers to review the passing year’s ups and downs, and plan ahead for the new year. But how do you plan for a future that’s uncertain and unknown? Microsoft and IDC...

Intel IoT Tom Lantzsch
Intel adds execs, biz units for IoT and self-driving cars

Intel is stepping up its game in the Internet of Things and, more specifically, autonomous, self-driving cars. Earlier this year, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich stated that the growth of connected things...

Vertical IoT: Transportation
Going IoT? Go vertical

The Internet of Things (IoT) is quickly finding its way into all aspects of our lives. And it’s growing fast. Cisco predicts the global IoT market will be worth $14.4 trillion by 2022. With so much...

Intel Corporation displays its automated driving technology at the Automobility LA conference on Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
Another reason to check out smart cars: Intel will invest $250M

Yesterday, I made the case for solution providers to consider the growth opportunities in connected cars, mentioning, among other things, Samsung’s planned acquisition of Harman Industries for $8...

Samsung IoT Connected Cars
Why Samsung is investing $8B in connected cars — and what it means for you

Samsung Electronics yesterday said it would spend $8 billion to acquire Harman Industries, a Stamford, Conn.-based maker of connected products for automakers, consumers and businesses. Why is Samsung...