IoT Asia News Weekly Wrap Up

IoT Asia News Weekly Wrap Up

by September 14, 2017

Every week, we bring you the best IOT news from Asia and around the world. This week, it’s been hard to avoid the new announcement from Apple about the iPhone X – the facial recognition technology has everyone talking.

The iPhone X overshadowed everything else at the Apple launch event –

Should you be worried about the iPhone X’s facial recognition? –

Apple: Face ID didn’t fail at iPhone X launch, our staff did –

Can police unlock your iPhone X using Face ID? –

iPhone 8 and X: Twitter’s best memes and jokes –

In general:

These 20 Influencers will Lead the Internet of Things –

[Podcast] Integrating the Internet of Things into Agriculture –

How IoT is impacting mobile app development –

State of the Market: Internet of Things 2017 –

The Internet of Things will kill privacy for good unless we act now –


2017 AI Overveiw –

When artificial intelligence meets human stupidity –

Waymo created its own driver’s ed course for AI –

AI is revolutionising the sales process – here’s how –

Hackers Have Already Started to Weaponize Artificial Intelligence –

IBM is installing a Watson AI lab at MIT –

Microsoft just officially listed AI as one of its top priorities, replacing mobile –

Chatbot startup founder sees Southeast Asia potential despite slow start worldwide –


Machine Learning Techniques Applied to Cyber Security –

5 reasons why device makers cannot secure the IoT platform –

Six ways CEOs can promote cybersecurity in the IoT age – McKinsey.comdims


Inside the store that only accepts personal data as currency –

Smart Cities Will Need The IoT and Open Data –


Get ready for smartwatches everywhere by 2021 –

Thermo-sensitive sweaters change color in the cold –

These new smartwatches prove that fashion and tech need to work together –

The 5 strangest things we’ve seen related to self-driving cars –

Drone-based communication network is the rapidly growing communication network –