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Smart Cities

Wildly ambitious, potential IoT hubs are a popular banner for tech companies. But they’re often short on details—and their progress is difficult to quantify The concept of the “smart city” has already gone through a number of iterations in a short lifespan. Many of them are wildly ambitious, and others seem practical but are short […]

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Danfoss Acquires Axco

Addition of Finnish company broadens mobile electric portfolio Danfoss has acquired AXCO-Motors, a Finnish producer of large electric motors and generators. The move adds to its mobile electrification portfolio, as well as broadening its presence in the off-highway and marine markets. Danfoss noted that it is pursuing “solutions that reduce emissions and provide efficiency and […]

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Lightbulb Moments

Edison’s items sold at auction The legacy of Thomas Edison is still a beacon of inspiration. Or somebody just had the bright idea that they could make some more money. Edison artifacts, including a set of his lightbulbs and the keys to his Menlo Park, N.J. laboratory, were recently sold at a Dallas auction December 3 […]

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