Posts tagged “Internet of Things”

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Premium Lock RIoT: New accelerator will meet 'need' for startups focusing on IoT

RIoT, the Internet of Things group that now has more than 5,000 members, is continuing to evolve to a "content and hands-on organization" helping to develop startups and technology. Not just events. With a $500,000 federal grant, RIoT will open its own IoT-focused accelerator to drive an ecosystem development, says the group's founder.

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Updated 3:51 p.m. yesterday

1.9 billion reasons to attend TechWire's cybersecurity event

A new study finds 1.9 billion reasons to attend WRAL TechWire's "Hackers, Malware, Ransomware & You" event. That's how many data records have been exposed by hackers in the first six months of this year.

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3:49 p.m. yesterday

Premium Lock Report: Smart health device usage surges to 41%

Smart devices for use in tracking healthcare at home are surging in use according to a new report.

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2:26 p.m. yesterday

Premium Lock RTP tech links: Sensus, Lenovo, IBM, Bill Gates, John Chambers, AT&T, NetApp, BlackBerry

Tech briefs Tech news involving RTP tech firms: Sensus CEO; Cisco-Netapp rumor; Lenovo 25th ThinkPad; IBM air mail data; Lenovo's India focus; BlackBerry-Delphi deal; Gates regrets control+alt+delete; AT&T Gen G update; Cisco data management via cloud; John Chambers' new board seat. Read our roundup.

Updated 11:54 a.m. yesterday

Premium Lock IoT startup ProAxion lands $500K, new investors

ProAxion, an NC IDEA startup grant winner in 2016, is continuing its rapid growth in the Internet of Things industrial sensor space. Its latest big news: Raising money and landing high-profile investors.

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Updated 7:46 a.m. yesterday

Premium Lock Internet of Things group RIoT to launch accelerator with $500K federal grant

RIoT RIoT, the Triangle-based Internet of Things group pushing IoT development, plans to launch an accelerator program targeting" disruptive technologies" after landing a $500,000 federal grant. RIoT estimates it can create more than 90 startups, generate 200 jobs and secure $10 million in private investment.

1:30 p.m. Thursday

Experts to explore how to beat cyberattack onslaught

What can you and your company do to keep from becoming a victim? WRAL TechWire's cybersecurity event will offer you access to executives who can offer answers. Two panel discussions will explore the pertinent issues in depth.

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Updated 12:38 p.m. Thursday

Premium Lock Review: Apple Watch goes solo, but early troubles show you shouldn't dump your phone yet (+ video)

A chief gripe with Apple Watch is that it requires you to keep an iPhone with you for most tasks. The inclusion of GPS last year helped on runs and bike rides, but you're still missing calls and messages without the phone nearby.

Updated 11:44 a.m. Thursday

Premium Lock Raleigh app software developer lands $5.3M in oversubscribed round, is hiring

Dropsource, an emerging entrepreneurial software company in Raleigh, is hiring, having closed on $5.3 million in new capital.

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6:39 a.m. Thursday

Hacking news keeps getting worse, so fight back: Attend TechWire event

"The number of devastating cyberattacks is surging -- and it's likely to get much worse." so reports CNBC. The SEC says it's been hacked. News about the Equifax hacking is getting even worse. What can you and your company do to keep from becoming a victim? WRAL TechWire's cybersecurity event will offer you access to executives who can offer answers.

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Updated 6:30 a.m. Thursday

Startup profile: Sense Photonics, developing sensors for autonomous vehicles

Sense Photonics brings a high-profile to the CED Tech Venture Conference, having already raised more than $3 million from investors to back its sensor technology that is crucial for autonomous vehicles.

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2:23 p.m. Tuesday

Startup profile: Tago, a platform to manage data through app, one system

Tago, a Raleigh startup, is offering a cloud-based platform through which it says users can manage devices, store data, run analytics and integrate services.

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Updated 7:33 a.m. Tuesday

Premium Lock Chambers retiring as chair at Cisco; CEO Robbins to take over

John Chambers, longtime chair at tech giant Cisco, is retiring when his current terms ends in December. Replacing him will be Chuck Robbins, who replaced Chambers as CEO in July 2015.

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2:09 p.m. Monday

Startup profile: Xpertana, blending customer service and IoT

How can companies provide quality customer service in the ever-evolving Internet of Things world? Xpertana says it has the answer.

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Updated 1:10 p.m. Monday

Startup profile: TiO Home, aiming to make smart home tech easy to install, use (+ video)

Having already shown muscle as a startup by raising more than $6 million, TiO Home aims to make smart home technology "easy to understand and easy to use." Plus: Video overview.

Updated 12:03 p.m. Monday

Startup profile: CAARMO, providing on-demand maintenance for business fleets through IoT

A startup in Apex is capitalizing on the emerging Internet of Things to launch a business focusing on maintenance of small business vehicle fleets. True to that goal, its name is CAARMO.

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5:15 a.m. Monday

WTW's week in review: 72 headlines not to be missed, part three

Week in review Here's a look back at technology, life science and other related news as reported in WRAL TechWire over this past week, part three.

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WTW's week in review: 72 headlines not to be missed, part one

Week in review Here's a look back at technology, life science and other related news as reported in WRAL TechWire for this past week, part one.

Updated September 14

Startup profile: Infinity Gates, an NCSU-backed bringing chaos theory to hardware for AI, IoT

The three employees at Infinity Gates are developing hardware to support artificial intelligence and Internet of Things through utilization of nonlinear dynamics and chaos theory. While AI and IoT are seen as "the future," this startup says hardware is needed to support new applications. And they believe their tech is the answer.

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