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Hutchison Whampoa in talks to acquire O2 – Consolidation on the Horizon

by on January 23rd, 2015

News has emerged today that Hutchison Whampoa is in talks with Telefónica with regards to a potential acquisition of the latter’s subsidiary, UK operator O2. The deal, which is unlikely to be inked for some weeks owing to an exclusivity agreement, is reported to be worth up to $15.3 billion. Should the deal go ahead […]


Telefonica Signs up Plug-and-Play Expertise for Fleet Telematics

by on November 27th, 2014

If there is one thing that will help just about any technology’s case it is “plug and playability,” where devices, and management systems, whatever their purpose, just work without tinkering. It’s a little like getting a toy which has the batteries inside already on Christmas day, rather than having to scramble about to find ones […]


ARM latest to embrace IoT in most recent Reference Designs

by on September 24th, 2014

Chip designer and intellectual property rights owner in the semiconductor industry, ARM, has made a concerted effort to embrace the future Internet of Things (IoT) in the release of its latest chipset Cortex M7. Cortex M7 was released a couple of weeks ago. The chipset is designed to increase processing power for the large number […]


M2M specific networks concept gaining currency as prospects of IoT improve

by on September 3rd, 2014

As the IoT (Internet of Things) begins to become more than just a tech fantasy, the prospect of M2M-specific networks is also gaining currency. Despite the ubiquity of cellular networks, there are distinct advantages of low power networks installed specifically for M2M. Not least, they hold the promise of an extremely long battery life, are […]


The Future of Wearables Is to Be Re-Made in China

by on August 6th, 2014

Reports in January indicated that wearable tech gadgets, particularly smart watches, were of no interest to Chinese counterfeiters. Given a few months and it now appears that big-name Chinese manufacturers could be at the heart of wearables adoption. Mobile phone maker Xaiomi announced the Mi Band fitness wearable along with the Mi 4 smartphone unveiled […]


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