According to the consumer electronics retailer, a lack of innovation is crippling the market. More specifically, he believes that manufacturers almost cursed themselves with too good a start.
£10 million worth of funding has been put aside by the government to facilitate the trials, with interested cities needing to apply by October.
The Japanese firm has posted a larger second-quarter loss than expected, with the company confirming a £57 million deficit as its Wii U console continues to struggle.
The kit, which includes an orb that monitors the bedroom, a clip that attaches to the pillow and a smartphone app, has smashed its original target of $100,000 in 30 days.
70% of Brits spend more time with phones and tablets than family and friends: Hang your heads in shame
Juniper Networks has also discovered that 40 per cent of UK consumers believe that laptops are still the most useful electronic devices in existence, despite stories claiming the opposite is true.
The government is expected to make a formal announcement today, and the Highway Code is set for an update to include provision for autonomous vehicles.
South Korean may be the only customers to benefit from the Tab Book 11 that borrows many of the features unveiled in the Windows 8.1 version.
The 13in models have seen their processors stepped up, and the entry-level version has had its RAM doubled, among other tweaks to the range, with a little movement on the price front too.
Microsoft and Intel have teamed up to create Sharks Cove, a developer board with a higher retail price than some of its competitors and a focus on mobile software for the Windows platform.
When your smartphone battery is nearly dead just minutes before an important conference call, what do you do? Ultrapak is a portable battery that has the answer.
Logitech wants to muffle annoyingly loud office coworkers with the H570e USB headset, designed for business and with a very affordable price tag.