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  • Construction of new $900m ‘smart community’ underway in Canada

    The development of a new 'smart community' in Canada labelled one of the most ambitious projects ever undertaken in the country is underway. REZ Real Estate officially confirmed that the construction of District Union, a project worth $900m has begun and signaling the emergence of a 'new smart, organic community' in the home of the Maple Leaf.

  • Las Vegas enters partnership with Cisco as it accelerates its efforts to become a ‘smart city’

    Las Vegas, one of the world's most iconic and famous cities has accelerated its efforts to become a 'smart city' by entering into a partnership agreement with US technology firm Cisco Systems. Las Vegas, referred to by some as 'Sin City' - brokered an agreement with the US networking colossus as it looks to achieve its ambition which is to become a 'smart connected city'.

  • Microsoft’s virtual assistant Cortana is updated to help you remember!

    US tech giants Microsoft have revealed that its virtual assistant will help you remember and ensure you never forget to do anything you promised you would do!  Microsoft's virtual assistant Cortana can now hold people to their promises, well in an e-mail capacity that is!

  • Silicon Valley identifies Africa as new tech frontier

    A new technology hub that has been created in the heart of Lagos represents the burgeoning technology and innovation scene - that is attracting significant investment and interest from global giants - that recognize the opportunities presented by this emerging market of young, connected Africans.

  • The 5G connected car is here – already

    SK Telecom has demonstrated what is says is the world's first 5G-based connected car, named T5, using what it claims to be the world largest millimeter wave 5G trial network operating in the 28GHz band at BMW driving center on Yeongjong Island, Incheon.

  • US firms partner on 4G-5G LED ‘smart poles’ to accelerate cities digital transformation

    US wireless infrastructure provider American Tower Corporation and Philips Lighting have formally announced that they will collaborate and combine their expertise in an effort to co-develop a 'smart light pole' - that will improve wireless connectivity in dense urban areas.