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RChain’s partnership is key step for creating new standards in blockchain utilization and Internet of Things connectivity

As token offerings spur closer regulatory scrutiny, blockchain startups turn increasingly to the certainty of shares

Former Chief Futurist of Cisco, Stringify co-founder joins Augmate to help transform IoT using blockchain technologies

Ed Maguire and Momenta Partners to advise Augmate on best practices in IoT business development

Augmate and Salam Technologies Partner to Improve the Hajj and Umrah Experience with Blockchain Technology

Accenture estimates the IIoT could add $14.2T to the economy by 2020. The global market for Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is projected to grow at a 7.3% CAGR through 2020. Source: Pete Wassell (Augmate): AR Smart Glasses and the Industrial IoT

Apple is building a new operating system to power a new augmented reality headset that may be ready for consumers by 2020, Bloomberg reported on Wednesday.

Many I&O leaders struggle to build a complete platform to support wearable devices in the enterprise. This research highlights innovative tools that go beyond hardware and address issues key to a successful enterprise wearable device strategy: content, device management, integration and security.

The Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate has announced the selection of 10 start-up companies to be part of EMERGE 2016: Wearable Technology, an accelerator program designed to bring start-ups, accelerators, and other strategic partners together in a common research and development effort.

Augmate started out two years ago building applications for smart eyewear, but found that IT departments didn’t know how to manage the devices.

Google today announced a second set of five certified developer partners for Glass, the search company's $1,500 wearable computer.

For decades Lee Co., a Nashville-based building-maintenance business, has employed a steady stream of experienced mechanics, engineers, electricians, and plumbers…

Enterprises are starting to get interested in using Google Glass-type eyewear in the workplace to make their workers smarter, faster, and more agile.