Rise in IoT Data Exchanges Recognizes Most Companies Unsure of What to Do with IoT Data

As the Internet of Things (IoT) gains momentum, enterprises will be collecting huge amounts of data. Those who find the best way to share that data will gain an advantage, according to a new report from ABI Research, which sees IoT data exchanges as an important enabler. Continue reading

Robocall Research: Calls Rising, Texas Worst Hit

The summer heat isn’t the only thing with which Texans must deal. Data released today found that resident of the Lone Star State received 307.9 million robocalls in July. The total equates to 11 robocalls per person and was the most a state has received since recordkeeping began in June of 2015, according to YouMail — a company that offers to stop robocalls — which conducted the robocall research. Continue reading

Wisconsin Company First in U.S. to Offer Employees Human Chip Implants with Payment Processing Implications

Three Square Market (32M) is taking a big step beyond network-connected wearables and augmented reality, offering implanted chip technology to all its employees. Reportedly the first company in the U.S. to offer chip implants to its employees, the initiative invokes visions of a ‘cyborgs’ or the integration of technology and humans. Continue reading

Nearly Six in Ten Broadband Households Subscribe to Netflix, Amazon or Hulu OTT Video

The latest over-the-top (OTT) video services market research from Parks Associates reveals the extent to which just three providers dominate the U.S. market. Just shy of six in ten (59%) U.S. broadband households subscribe to Netflix, Amazon or Hulu, according to Parks’ latest Video Market Tracker. Just six percent subscribe to another over-the-top (OTT) video service without also subscribing to one of the top three. Continue reading