Childrens’ toys can be hacked
Published in News

Beware the internet of fangs

A report from a UK consumer group, Which? said it has studied so-called “intelligent” toys and said quite a few of them are hackable.

Qualcomm shows Windows 10 on Snapdragon 835
Published in News


Qualcomm set to disrupt the current Mobile PC market

Today Qualcomm announced OEM partners for Snapdragon Mobile PCs and we have a few more details about the Snapdragon 835 powered WIndows 10 powered platform. 

Sex toy blabs your secrets to manufacturer
Published in Wearables


Internet of thingees

Security geeks conference Defcon in Las Vegas was much amused when two researchers showed how a sex toy was blabbing its owners sex secrets on the world wide wibble.

Microsoft Xbox One S playable at E3 2016
Published in Games


Refreshed console and controller available in August


At E3 2016 this week in Los Angeles, Microsoft made its new Xbox One S console playable on the show floor for attendees to try out the revised Bluetooth controller before the console officially hits store shelves in August.

Bluetooth 5 out in two days
Published in News


Faster and better range

Bluetooth 5.0, the latest version of the ubiquitous wireless standard will be announced on June 16 and offer double the range and quadruple the speed of Bluetooth 4.2.

Bluetooth gets better
Published in Mobiles
13 November 2015

Bluetooth gets better


Longer ranges

The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) has announced a roadmap for the future of the low-level intra-device protocol.

Internet of Things growing
Published in Wearables


IoT reached 10.3 million devices

Beancounters at Berg Insight have counted out all the installed base of wireless IoT devices in industrial automation and claim it reached 10.3 million in 2014.

ARM buys two IoT outfits
Published in Wearables


Because you can never have too many

British chip designer ARM has been writing cheques to buy two outfits to give it an edge on the Internet of Things market.


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