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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...


Intel Atom Processor
Intel’s new Atom processors for IoT

Intel today announced a new generation of Atom processors for the Internet of Things. Formally known as the Intel Atom processor E3900 series (codename “Apollo Lake”), the CPUs were introduced this...


How Dell is renewing its commitment to the channel

With the 2016 Dell EMC World conference kicking off today in Austin, Texas, now’s a great time to review Dell’s recently renewed commitment to the channel. Earlier this month, Dell expanded its...


For a new market opportunity, think about drones

With the PC business in decline now for the last 2 years (according to this new Gartner report), you may be wondering, where’s the growth? One answer is drones. The global market for drones is...


Smart Building
New tools for the ‘smart buildings’ Internet of Things

You know about the Internet of Things, but did you know those “things” could be in an office or apartment building? “Smart buildings” is a new and growing segment of the IoT market. Most of the...


Digital Signage
Digital signage: creating new revenue streams with IoT

Wondering how to get started with the Internet of Things? It’s a big opportunity — maybe too big. To narrow it down, many solution providers are focusing on a fast-growing segment of the IoT market:...


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