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Connected home will be operated by Apple and Google

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Research from Gartner has claimed 25% households in developed economies will utilise the services of digital assistants, such as Apple’s Siri or Google Assistant, on smartphones as the primary means to interact with the connected home.

Samsung acquires containers-cloud company Joyent

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Samsung has agreed to buy San Francisco based cloud provider Joyent in an effort to diversify its product offering in declining markets.

IBM takes Watson to Asia

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IBM has opened a new research centre in Singapore as it aims to expand its cognitive computing offering Watson into the Asian markets.

HPE give IoT portfolio an edgy feel

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HPE has unveiled new capabilities and partnerships to bring real-time data analytics and IoT insight to the network edge.

44% of consumers have issues with wearables functionality

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Findings from Ericsson ConsumerLab claim consumer enthusiasm for wearables technology is still growing but vendors are not meeting price or functionality expectations

IBM and Cisco combine to deliver IoT insight on the network edge

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IBM and Cisco have extended a long-standing partnership to enable real-time IoT analytics and insight at the point of data collection.

Intel continues IoT innovation through Itseez acquisition

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Intel has continued its strides into the IoT market through the acquisition of Itseez, a computer vision and machine learning company.

Capgemini and Siemens team up to make buildings smarter

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Capgemini and Siemens’ Building Technologies division have announced a new partnership to develop analytics-based services for the smart buildings space.

Cisco reports 3% growth for Q3 and sets targets on IoT market

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Cisco has reported 3% year-on-year growth for Q3, topping $12 billion for the quarter, with its security business leading the charge, though the team have reconfirmed IOT, software cloud and collaboration markets are priorities for the future.

IoT revenues grew 15% to $6.7bn in Q4 2015

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A new study from Technology Business Research (TBR) has found IoT’s revenues have grown to $6.7 billion over the course of Q4.

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