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What Google's acquisition of Nest means for the Internet of Things

04 Apr 2014  by Wayne Scott
What Google's acquisition of Nest means for the Internet of Things
Gilad Meiri, CEO of Neura speaks about his whitepaper entitled “The Internet of Things – Where is the inflection point?” and what conclusions to draw from the acquisition of Nest by Google.

Greenpeace slams AWS and Twitter for lacklustre green energy policies

03 Apr 2014  by Jamie Hinks
Greenpeace slams AWS and Twitter for lacklustre green energy policies
A report by Greenpeace revealed that Amazon Web Services is among the dirtiest companies when it comes to energy usage in its data centres across the globe.

Xerox looks back over 75 years of office innovation and considers the future of IT.

24 Feb 2014  by Wayne Scott
Xerox looks back over 75 years of office innovation and considers the future of IT.
Xerox discuss IT; it’s development and what it means to organizations in the current times of change. In particular how Xerox are helping business to manage paper out of their processes.

Rackspace breaks ground on UK green data centre

19 Feb 2014  by Jamie Hinks
Rackspace breaks ground on UK green data centre
The 130,000 sq ft data centre, built in conjunction with Digital Realty, will be built in Crawley, West Sussex and have 10MW of capacity across four different data suites.

Google and partners unveil world's largest solar power plant

17 Feb 2014  by Paul Cooper
Google and partners unveil world's largest solar power plant
Google is one of the most energy hungry businesses in the world, which makes its enormous investment in green energy worthwhile. The Ivanpah solar power plant in California is set to go live.

UK startup to crowdfund handheld device that can diagnose malaria and drug resistance in 15 mins

14 Jan 2014  by Paul Cooper
UK startup to crowdfund handheld device that can diagnose malaria and drug resistance in 15 mins
A UK-based biotechnology startup has turned to crowdfunding site IndieGoGo in order to fund a handheld device that can detect malaria and resistance to drugs at the same time, all in only 15 minutes.

£10,000 prize for grabs as npower launches developer competition for energy-saving app

14 Jan 2014  by Aatif Sulleyman
£10,000 prize for grabs as npower launches developer competition for energy-saving app
Energy giant npower is challenging developers to produce an energy-monitoring app for mobile, tablet or desktop that will enable consumers to track and manage their everyday consumption.

CES 2014: As it happened

06 Jan 2014  by Team ITPP
CES 2014: As it happened
ITProPortal is on the ground in Las Vegas to bring you all the action from the biggest tech show in the world. Look no further for news, photos and analysis as the week unfolds.

Archos to debut smart home ecosystem complete with £50 smartwatch at CES

02 Jan 2014  by Paul Cooper
Archos to debut smart home ecosystem complete with £50 smartwatch at CES
Archos has unveiled a sneak peek at a whole range of smart home and wearable tech products it plans to unveil at CES 2014, including a tablet, smart watch, weather sensor and even smart scales.

UK government announces funding for "smart cities" pothole app

02 Jan 2014  by Paul Cooper
UK government announces funding for "smart cities" pothole app
The UK government has thrown its weight (and its cash) behind an app that allows road users to report potholes. Are smart cities becoming a reality?

IBM reveals 5 tech predictions for the next 5 years

17 Dec 2013  by Paul Cooper
IBM reveals 5 tech predictions for the next 5 years
IBM has released its annual “5 in 5” report – the 5 big predictions we can expect to see over the next 5 years. Imagine a world where your computer knows everything about you...