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by Florian Bousquet

Ever since the Nike+ FuelBand came out in 2012, proving the appeal of wrist‑based activity tracking, the category has exploded. Nowadays, a whole industry has emerged around this market, led by brands like Fitbit and Xiaomi.

September 11, 2017
Water meter

by Ludger Boeggering

As smart electricity metering rollouts progress across Europe, Asia and the United States, other utilities are looking to get in on the act. Those involved in water, gas and heat are now also seeking to take advantage of the benefits.

July 28, 2017
u-blox_20 years

by Sven Etzold

1997 – Daniel Ammann, Jean‑Pierre Wyss and Andreas Thiel invented the world’s smallest GPS module as part of their post‑graduate research at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH).

July 10, 2017

Who wouldn’t want a car that can move you and your family from Point A to Point B without ever sitting in traffic? How convenient would it be to book a taxi that rises above the city streets and flies you to your destination through the clouds?

May 04, 2017
sport watch

by Florian Bousquet

GPS  running watches such as Garmin Forerunner, Tomtom Spark or Polar M400, make up one of the fastest‑growing segments of the wearable device market, and for good reason.

March 15, 2017
u-blox_JODY-W1

by Kilian Frank

Wi‑Fi is integral to today’s modern connected car. Powered by LTE, vehicle Wi‑Fi hotspots are an option on virtually all the latest car models.

January 31, 2017
a man standing in front of his home with a smartphone in his hand

by Charles Sturman

It seems almost laughable now to think that voice was the driving force behind the development of the original telecommunications services.

January 05, 2017
wearables

by Paul Gough

In the PC age, the computers we used the most were found on our desk tops. Now, the computers we use the most are carried, as smartphones.

August 26, 2016