Archive | March, 2016

Autonomous Driving Technology Cruises Into GM For More Than $1B




Fasten your seatbelts. After pouring $500M into Lyft, GM just signaled that the future of autonomous driving just careened faster towards the present with its acquisition of autonomous vehicle enabling technology company Cruise Automation for north of $1B (as reported by Dan Primack at Fortune). GM Buying Self-Driving Tech Startup for More Than $1 Billion




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IoT Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs: Bosch Attempts To Play The Software Game




Like the swallows returning to Capistrano, another massive global enterprise is entering the IoT cloud market. This week, its global manufacturing giant Robert Bosch GmbH. For those that aren’t connoisseurs of their top of the line home and industrial products, the Company makes high end dishwashers, ovens, cooking tops, ranges, microwaves, refrigerators, ventilation systems, washers […]




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Keep Your Eye On The Ball: The Fat Pitch That Many Remote Monitoring Wearables Companies Are Missing




IoT in healthcare is a hot topic. From strategic planning for the next generation of Smart Hospitals to offloading costs through remote monitoring, the impact of wearables in the healthcare context is immense. Yet, for all its promise, the market has very little to date to show, and for many reasons.  While so many companies are proclaiming to […]




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