NETGEAR Unveils Fast Cable Gateway

There’s no doubt consumers are consuming more media than ever before thanks to Internet-connected devices such as smartphones, tablets, and smart TVs. This increase in demand coincides with consumers’ appetite for fast, reliable connection speeds. In fact, industry experts believe Wi-Fi in particular has become so mainstream that it’s no longer considered a luxury; it’s considered a necessity. ...

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Cyber Threats Up, Are You Prepared?

Security is foremost on the minds of anyone who is involved in the world of connected devices, M2M, or the IoT (Internet of things) these...

New Report Investigates Cybercrime

No matter the industry, security in today’s connected world is most likely a top-ranking concern. In fact, for consumers and businesses alike, the threat of data breaches and other cyber threats loom dangerously close. This is because, like the various technologies society uses on a daily basis, cybercrime seems to become more innovative with time....

Fanhub Creates Collaborative CRM

A new social media-inspired CRM (customer-relationship management) by Fanhub,, is set to hit the market today. The CRM uses follows, comments, @mentions, and notifications for sales, support, and case management for small businesses....

Advances in Baby Tech

Today’s connected consumers are coming to expect data in every aspect of their lives, including when it comes to raising their children. Technologies are now available to address many painpoints in the process of child-rearing, from monitoring solutions that help women during pregnancies, to connected devices and solutions that give parents peace of mind as their child grows from an infant, to a toddler, and beyond....

More Than Standard Wi-Fi

At least as far back as 2010, analyst firms and industry experts were anticipating the number of connected devices would pass 20 billion by the year 2020. As some types of connected devices become ubiquitous—and as more types of devices become connected—it remains clear: end users need fast, reliable networks and well-performing devices....

Patent Report: April 15, 2014

News coverage of unmanned aerial vehicles, also called drones, for use in non-military applications is increasing as the FAA moves closer to issuing rules for...

Prodea Systems Adds New Outlets

Prodea Systems,, recently launched its platform for the connected home—the ROS (residential operating system)—in the U.S. market. With the rollout, Prodea offers a managed service delivery platform, which allows a user to manage entertainment, education, health and wellness, home security, automation, energy management, and communication services through one managed platform....

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