Faster Wi-Fi Almost Ready For Prime Time Use

By Robert Vamosi | 1/14/13 10:05 PM

There was a company at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) last week displaying wireless products using 60GHz transmissions, making them faster than the traditional Wi-Fi in use today.

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Audi Device Makes Autonomous Cars Less Bulky

By Robert Vamosi | 1/9/13 2:16 AM

Always striving to be a bit different, Audi has announced at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas a device that replaces the bulky rooftop gear that typically accompanies driverless cars.

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Toyota Debuts Driverless Car At CES

By Robert Vamosi | 1/7/13 4:07 AM

It's not just Google that's thinking ahead. This week Toyota will give attendees at the annual Computer Electronics Show in Las Vegas a preview of its new driverless car technology.

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Protecting the Users: Security in Today's Smart Device Economy

By JDavis | 2/7/11 7:23 AM

For the years to come, security of the smart device economy will become a vital topic for consumers and the device manufacturers. While right now, security may not be on everyone's minds, the issue of data thieves and hackers is growing in the smart device marketplace.

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Amphion Forum at CES 2011 Highlights the Migration to a Cyber Society Enabled by Smart Devices and the Internet of Things—Risks and Opportunities Ahead

By Robert Vamosi | 1/13/11 6:24 AM

Adrian Turner
CEO, Mocana

Last week, we wrapped up our first Amphion Forum – a closed-door (no media allowed) event on the final weekday at CES 2011 where executives from Citrix, Google, IBM, Intel, Motorola, and Symantec as well as representatives from the Federal sector gathered to discuss the opportunities and threats posed by the emerging trillion-dollar “smart device” economy.

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LG Announces New Smart Grid-Connected Appliances

By JDavis | 1/10/11 3:14 AM

A new series of smart appliances just announced by LG will--in addition to having smart grid connectivity--communicate with each other over the network, as well as connect to owners' smartphones and tablet devices, giving them control over a wide range of energy-saving and diagnostic functions--bringing the kitchen to the forefront of the Internet of Things.

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Exclusive Roundtable Summit to Address The Internet of Things

By JDavis | 12/2/10 7:07 AM

It is almost January, when once again technology heavyweights will gather en masse in Las Vegas for the annual CES trade show. And this year, a select group of participants will gather for an invitation-only roundtable on the future of the connected device space: The Amphion Forum.

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