Internet of Things News

  1. NUS Researchers Develop Wireless Light Switch For Targeted Cancer Therapy
    1/30/2018

    A team of scientists from the National University of Singapore (NUS) has developed a way to wirelessly deliver light into deep regions of the body to activate light-sensitive drugs for photodynamic therapy (PDT). 

  2. Vanderbilt Wins Top Prize In First Round Of DARPA Spectrum Collaboration Challenge
    1/30/2018

    In two years, the world may see a revolutionary solution to the century-old approach of allocating bands for specific use on the radio frequency spectrum. Vanderbilt may help solve the problem.

  3. Wuxi DSP Technologies To Release China's First IoT-Embedded AI Chip
    12/1/2017

    The "2018 IoT and Embedded AI Chip Platform and Eco Strategy Conference" will be held on December 8, 2017 at Intercontinental Hotel Beijing Beichen as one of the sub-forums at the "2017 IoT Developers Conference".

  4. Chinese Tech Giants Baidu, Xiaomi Partner On AI, Big Data, And IoT
    11/28/2017

    Baidu, Inc. (NASDAQ: BIDU) and Chinese consumer technology company Xiaomi today announced that the companies have entered into a partnership to establish in-depth cooperation, leveraging the two companies' strengths in artificial intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things (IoT) in order to offer an enhanced experience to users in consumer electronics and smart devices.

  5. New Antenna In Alaska Expands Spacecraft Communications Capabilities
    10/4/2017

    NASA’s newest communications antenna became operational today following a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Alaska Satellite Facility in Fairbanks. The antenna will increase the agency’s communications support to Earth-observing missions.

  6. CMU Leads Google Expedition To Create Technology For ‘Internet Of Things’
    7/9/2015

    Carnegie Mellon University will turn its campus into a living laboratory for a Google-funded, multi-university expedition to create a robust platform that will enable Internet-connected sensors, gadgets and buildings to communicate with each other. By Byron Spice