IoT news of the week for Jan. 19, 2018 | Stacey on IoT

10 good industrial IoT predictions: This article not only offers 10 really good predictions but it also offers some accountability in the form of assessing last year’s predictions. Many of the...

The Internet of Things: What Could Go Wrong

Some of tech’s most influential companies may be engaged in internecine digital warfare, but they shared an eerily common vision at the Consumer Electronics Show.With lockstep precision, each company explained...

13 Videos That Show Off the Best Tech of CES 2018 – Automated Home

Here are a few interesting videos from last weeks CES in Las Vegas. Voice control and robots seemed to be all the rage again (and check out those Blade AR...

US consumers concerned about the lack of safety in driveless cars legislation

US consumers concerned about lack of standardisation in driverless car legislation ...

Cyborg Ring Blinks Tiny LEDs Across Your Finger – Hackster’s Blog

After initially calling it a “blink-ring,” Zach Fredin has come up with what he now calls a “cyborg ring,” copying the general shape of his wedding band, but placing an...

Two key capabilities in the advancement of IoT network security and cyber defense

Nowadays, cyber-attacks are automated but still under human direction and control, and therefore cyber defenses must also be automated to have any chance of protecting cyber and digital assets from...

The Path to the Enlightened City: Smart Streetlamps

For a glimpse of the future, look at the cities of today. The vast majority of economic activity, innovation, and energy consumption already happens in urban areas, leading 77 million people...

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Six ways to re-use mobile security practices in your next IoT project

Whether it is the remote hacking of cars or the rise of the IoT botnet we have all read the scary headlines: IoT security is a growing issue. But how...
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