Everyday technology is gifting something new to the market and we don’t want our readers to miss out the things.
Here is the list of some of the top tech discoveries of last week:
1. Bosch IoT Suite, now available on IBM Bluemix and IBM Watson IoT platform
IBM and Bosch will be working together on IoT, now Bosch IoT Suite will be available on IBM Bluemix and IBM Watson IoT platforms where their clients can update millions of IoT devices efficiently. “Bosch IoT Rollout,” this service is available for leading device management and cloud-based software updates on Bluemix that is integrated with IBM Watson IoT Platform.
2. Cloud Native Computing Foundation adopted gRPC Framework from Google
On 1st March 2017, Google declared to donate its gRPC framework to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation.The gRPC is google’s high-performance remote procedure call framework. Projects that bring microservices and Software containers to the mainstream and Kubernetes container orchestration tool and are incubated by CNFC.
3. By 2019, 85% of Businesses plan for IoT implementations
According to a global study of 3,100 Business decision and IT makers, Internet of things (IoT) had great results in the first time investment itself but now by 2019, it is predicted that there will be a bloom in its technology. Specifically, in the retail sector around 81% of them have reported improved customer experience which earlier was reported to be around 49% respondents.
4. Seize thoughts using Google Keep and bring it to action in Google Docs
Great thoughts can rise at any point in time. So on 28th February 2017, Google has come up with the new smart tool - Google Keep to capture ideas and bringing them to use in Google Docs.It is an anywhere, anytime tool that will help you to organize your ideas, notes, and to-dos.
5. C3IoT platform adds new AI and machine learning tools
C3 IoT updates its platform by adding new AI and machine learning tools.New tools and capabilities are added to increase the productivity of the application developers and are available on version 7 of the C3 IoT platform. C3IoT are working actively on the implementation of healthcare, oil and gas, and financial services companies.
6. Sierra Wireless Plug-and-Play Technology will reduce complexities in IoT
Sierra Wireless has announced its world’s first ‘plug-and-play’ cellular modules, pre-integrated global connectivity with routers, security and IoT operations. The company is one of the well-known providers of fully integrated device-to-cloud solutions for IoT. This latest technology will consume less time in launching IoT solutions, streamlining operations and implement business model flexibility, advancing in the global IoT economy.
7. Apple rolled out the fourth beta of iOS 10.3
Here’s the good news for iPad and iPhone customers, Apple yesterday released the iOS 10.3 public beta 4 mobile operating system. Earlier this beta version was available to the developers later public beta tester could also try it out.This release comes a week after the Apple released it’s third iOS 10.3 public beta.The current version is made available for registered developers in beta and public beta testers.
8. AT&T and China Mobile collaborates to work on IoT
AT &T and China mobile have collaborated to work together and further enable IoT. This collaboration will help AT&T Global customers in connecting and deploying their assets and offer them in the Chinese market.AT&T is one of the global operators who has established its relationship with China Mobile.This carrier will be covering more than 1.6 million people with their 4G network.This makes it as one of the largest 4G networks around the world.
9. Nougat and Marshmallow handset updated with Google Assistant
On 26th February Google announced the release of their AI-based personal helper and conversational search, of Google Assistant. Despite the fact that Android OS is by far the universal smartphone platform in the world Google continues its forge ahead to expand in the mobile world. This release was a response to the Amazon’s Alexa and Apple’s Siri including Android -forward phones like new LG G6 and Nexus. All these phones are now currently of Android 7.0 (Nougat) and Android 6.0 (Marshmallow)
10. Oracle management cloud monitors the performance of the continuously delivered apps
Oracle has announced the Oracle Management Cloud built on an incorporated platform with big data techniques and machine learning against the large operational data set. Developers can achieve high performance by incorporating management telemetry early and continuously in delivery pipeline builds. Now production issues can be avoided by developers when they start using Oracle Management Cloud.
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