Monthly Archives: August 2017

Apple provides guidelines to ARKit developers

Taking some of the limelight away from Google’s ARCore announcement, Apple has provided guidelines to developers building ARKit experiences. ARKit is Apple’s new augmented reality framework introduced as part of iOS 11. It combines device motion tracking, camera scene capture, advanced scene processing, and display conveniences to simplify the task of building an AR experience.…

China Unicom partners with Ayla Networks to deploy IoT products

Ayla Networks has announced it has signed an official strategic cooperation agreement with leading telecommunications services provider, China Unicom. The two companies will join forces to further their respective technological prowess and effectively channel their combined resource to deliver innovative IoT products and services. Ayla and China Unicom presented some of their ideas for future…

Almost half of motorists believe connected cars improve road safety – and new research backs it up

A study into the attitudes of motorists towards connected cars has revealed almost half now believe they improve road safety, and new research backs it up. Over 2,000 motorists were surveyed for insurance provider Aviva’s recent Connected Car Report. 49 percent gave “safer roads” as a reason for wanting a vehicle with autonomous features. However,…

WISeKey announces revenue surge with integration of VaultIC into platform

Switzerland-based cybersecurity and IoT firm WISeKey announced that it has completed the integration of IoT-integrated circuit solutions and semiconductor business VaultIC, into its platform. WISeKey acquired VaultIC from INSIDE Secure in September 2016. The integration covered the transfer of products, technology, customer agreements, and certain patents from INSIDE Secure to WISeKey including the development and…

Create Zip Files with JavaScript

While we’re doing amazing things with JavaScript on the server side, it’s important not to take our eyes off of some of the great stuff happening on the client side.  One such awesome project I recently discovered was JSZip:  a JavaScript library that allows you to easily generate ZIP files from the front-end.  And why […]

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