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Microsoft announced several new services for its Azure cloud platform today, including new capabilities for AI, machine learning, IoT, blockchain and edge computing. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter Nominate today for the Which-50 Digital Experience Awards. Simple. Fast. Easy. Most of the new services will be available to

Organisational interest in enterprise blockchain is tightly correlated with the rise and fall in bitcoin prices. No surprise, this finding is supported by Gartner’s correlation analysis of social media conversations on enterprise blockchain with the price of bitcoin (See Figure 1). Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter Nominate today

Amazon announced that it is discontinuing Amazon Dash after four years. Reading a few articles on this today that seem to imply this is some kind of failure. But what was the purpose of Amazon Dash? When Amazon Dash launched, the intent was clear to me. In a blog from

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The proliferation of IoT sensors and artificial intelligence, as well as the emergence of 5G networks will drive edge computing growth, according to BS Teh, SVP global sales and sales operation at Seagate. During Seagate’s 40th anniversary event in Singapore yesterday, Teh said the first driver, AI, is already in

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The Northern Territory is using a Microsoft AI solution to help the Department of Primary Industry and Resources (DPIR) monitor and manage marine health around Darwin Harbour. This is being done by rapidly analysing underwater video captured around the harbour. According to Microsoft, the AI platform automates the laborious process

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The global market for Internet of Things (IoT) technology, which consists of software, services, connectivity, and devices, reached $130 billion in 2018, and is projected to reach $318 billion by 2023, at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 20 per cent, according to GlobalData. GlobalData forecasts show that solutions

A pilot of a smart bathroom solution in a commercial building has confirmed what women have long suspected: despite being roughly the same size, the ladies’ toilets are being used twice as much as men’s. The insight is just one finding from a 20-month trial of Caroma’s IoT bathroom solution,

Smart terminal company Poynt has been given a $100 million Series C investment from NAB Ventures and payment processor Elavon. The company said with this invest it will expand into new markets across Asia, Europe and South America, grow its talent base, and invest in product and partner development as

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A new study from Juniper Research found that annual operator billed revenues from 5G connections will approach $300 billion by 2025, rising from $894 million in 2019, its anticipated first year of commercial service. This is an average annual growth of 163 per cent in its first six years. The report,

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Banks may be able to leverage IoT to identify new services and revenue streams as traditional business models come under threat. However, the financial services industry (FSI) hasn’t recognising the significance of IoT, which is reflected in the amount it is investing in the emerging technology, according to Gartner. Speaking