Internet of Things

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A lack of government allocated spectrum resources and cross industry collaboration are some of the biggest challenges facing the development of 5G technologies within the...

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Rising incomes and changing diets are reportedly causing sleep apnea in China, among other problems. Loud snoring is one symptom of sleep apnea - a disorder in which...

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As China looks to enter a new era of innovation-led tech, it hopes to leave behind its reputation for copying the world's hardware. It's...

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Early intervention is the key to promoting a more diverse field of entrepreneurs, according to a panel of female VCs at TechCrunch Shanghai on...

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The tiny island nation of Singapore continues to make headlines with its ambitions to become the world's first smart nation.  It hosted the Smart Nations Innovation...

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We've previously written about smart hardware platforms in China, most of which come from the big Chinese internet companies. They all want the newly...

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Invited by NetEase, I was on stage with Chris Anderson, the long-time chief editor of Wired, the author of the popular book Long Tail...

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Like nerve endings which translate senses such as touch, smell, heat, etc. into electrical impulses in your nervous system, sensors can translate the physical world into the digital; and help humans become more aware of ourselves in the process. “Quantified Self” is to use algorithms to correlate all these sensor data, and provide valuable information for better living.