Apple

Smart Buildings

Has Smart Home Technology Lost Its Way?

August 12th, 2021
Smart Buildings

A Year in The Life of a Building — The Turbulent Story of 2020

December 17th, 2020
Smart Cities

How COVID-19 & the Recession Will Impact the Tech Industry

The swift and massive shock of the coronavirus pandemic and shutdown measures to contain it have plunged the global economy into a severe contraction. According to World Bank forecasts, the global economy will shrink by 5.2% this year. That decline represents the deepest recession since the Second World War, the World Bank says in its […]

Smart Cities

Dialog Semiconductor Continues Shopping Spree with Another IoT Acquisition

Dialog Semiconductor has acquired Adesto for $500 million in a deal announced last week. This is the UK-based semiconductor manufacturer’s second Internet of Things (IoT) focused acquisition within four months. The deal signals the next stage in the company’s diversification away from its biggest customer, Apple, and into the smart building and smart cities space. […]

Smart Cities

Giving Every Building a Voice in the IoT Age

Relationships are built on communication and the relationship between humans and machines is no different. Each generation of technology is defined by the way it communicates with its human users; from the levers and cogs of yesteryear to the keyboards and mice of the 80s and 90s, and on to the touchscreens, trackpads, and gestures […]

Smart Buildings

IKEA “Just Getting Started” in Smart Home Market

For much of the world, one of the first brands that come to mind when discussing home improvement is IKEA. The Swedish company now maintains an incredible 422 of its one-stop-shop home and furniture stores across 50 countries. The 957 million store visits and 2.5 billion web site visits in 2018 have generated an impressive […]

Smart Cities

Industry is Poised to Install Microgrids Faster Than Any Other Sector

According to the Rocky Mountain Institute corporate survey, nearly two-thirds of Fortune 100 companies and nearly half of Fortune 500 companies have set ambitious green energy targets. Some, like tech giants Google and Apple, have gone green by investing directly in vast renewable energy generation plants for their power-hungry data centers, but for the majority […]

Subscribe to the Newsletter & get all our Articles & Research Delivered Straight to your Inbox.

    1. Please enter a valid email

    2. Please enter your name

      Please enter company name

    3. By signing up you agree to our privacy policy