Intel's processor vulnerabilities have driven a wedge between the two tech giants, forcing Microsoft to do much of the work to patch security holes and both disagreeing over the extent of the possible disruptions to customer operations.
Another year, another couple thousand new gadgets. Here are some of our favorites.
Taking a lesson from the consumer world, Kinetic is out to start a new industrial wearable movement that targets safety first.
IoT being built into product design… manufacturers adopting a more service-centric business model… and 3D printing reaching the tipping point of realizing business benefits on a large scale.
Last January, a Carnegie Mellon supercomputer beat some of the world's best poker players. This infographic breaks down how AI progressed to this point.
AI began as a tool designed to compete with human intelligence. But IBM’s latest approach is bringing the two sides together to build a brighter and more productive future in manufacturing. (IndustryWeek and IBM Content)
Rethink Robotics, a leader in collaborative robots, is now looking to expand on its platform by integrating Internet of Things data features into its robots.
IBM's Watson IoT sees all and might even know it all. In a new simulation, you can feel what it likes to have it working for you. (IndustryWeek and IBM Content)
The Lemos/Sena Tufftalk is the first fully Bluetooth integrated intercom device to both protect the user and to supply a clearer communication channel.
IVM, Inc.’s smart systems allow plants and businesses to bypass inefficient supply processes to provide workers the tools they need exactly when they need them.