Internet of Things News

The Internet of Things is a technology concept that has started to take shape, and that many predict will change the way that people live and work, much in the same way that the internet did. In terms of technology, it is a fast-moving and interesting topic, while at the same time presents a number of questions for society. To keep up with all the Internet of Things news, register for the Wiser daily email. At the moment, most things that are connected to the internet are computer devices - desktop computers, laptops, servers, tablets, smartphones etc. When the Internet of Things becomes a reality, everything will be connected and will have a unique identifier. This could be a car, a light switch, an oven, a road sign, or anything else. And unlike the original internet which was built by humans typing in code, machines will be able to act together. This presents opportunities but there are also concerns, including questions about privacy and security. The free daily Internet of Things news email from Wiser is the best way to stay up-to-date with news about the technology, as well as the views and opinions of the leading players in the field.

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What is the Internet of Things? WIRED explains
Wired • Matt Burgess
Dow Drops as Too Much Inflation Rocks Stocks
Barron's • Ben Levisohn
MIT’s low power encryption chip could make IoT devices more secure
Tuaw.com • Rob Lefebvre
Google hires former Samsung CTO to lead its Internet of Things business
Venture Beat • Reuters
What Should I Know Before Developing An App For The Internet Of Things?
Business 2 Community • Mitesh Patel
Google hires former Samsung executive to coordinate Internet of Things projects
Reuters
ISSCC Keynotes Call for Creativity
EE Times • Rick Merritt
New Method For Waking Up Devices
Electronic Component News • Jdelaosa
10 ways the web and internet have transformed our lives
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Will self-driving cars be able to diagnose and repair themselves? Yes. No. Sort of
The Next Web • Giles Kirkland
 
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What is the Internet of Things? WIRED explains
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Smart toasters, connected rectal thermometers and fitness collars for dogs are just some of the everyday "dumb items" being connected to the web as part of the Internet of Things (IoT). Connected machines and objects in factories offer the potential for a...
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Federal Reserve, Finance
Dow Drops as Too Much Inflation Rocks Stocks
Barron'sBen Levisohn
The Consumer Price Index rose 1.8% year-over-year in January, topping predictions for 1.7%. And that was enough to get inflation fears ramped up again. Not everyone is in sell-now mode, however. Rhino Trading's Michael Block argues that that the inflation reading is...
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Internet of Things
MIT’s low power encryption chip could make IoT devices more secure
Tuaw.comRob Lefebvre
The Internet of Things hasn't ever been super secure. Hacked smart devices have been blamed for web blackouts, broken internet, spam and phishing attempts and, of course, the coming smart-thing apocalypse. One of the reasons that we haven't seen the same sort...
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Amazon.com Inc, Cloud Computing Services
Google hires former Samsung CTO to lead its Internet of Things business
Venture BeatReuters
(Reuters) – Alphabet’s Google this month hired Injong Rhee, who recently resigned as Samsung Electronics Co’s chief technology officer, to lead its Internet of Things business, he said in a LinkedIn post Monday. Google spokeswoman Jane Hynes confirmed to Reuters Rhee’s hiring...
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Digital Media, Internet of Things
What Should I Know Before Developing An App For The Internet Of Things?
Business 2 CommunityMitesh Patel
Billions of connected devices streaming volumes of real-time data are what the IoT potential we were all convinced so far. As a step ahead, enterprises have steered their focus from just connected DevOps to hugely dependable DevOps and that 80% of IoT...
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Amazon.com Inc, Cloud Computing Services
Google hires former Samsung executive to coordinate Internet of Things projects
Reuters
SAN FRANCISCO () - Alphabet Inc’s Google this month hired Injong Rhee, who recently resigned as Samsung Electronics Co’s chief technology officer, to lead its Internet of Things business, he said in a LinkedIn post Monday. Google spokeswoman Jane Hynes confirmed to...
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Internet of Things
ISSCC Keynotes Call for Creativity
EE TimesRick Merritt
Engineers are entering a renaissance in new ideas to drive semiconductors beyond the slowing pace of CMOS scaling, said keynoters at ISSCC here.
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Electronic Components, Internet of Things
New Method For Waking Up Devices
Electronic Component NewsJdelaosa
As smartphone users know all too well, a sleeping device can still suck the life out of a battery. One solution for extending the battery life of wireless devices under development by researchers at Stanford University is to add a wake-up receiver...
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10 ways the web and internet have transformed our lives
CNBC
Our lives are more connected than ever before. Here's 10 ways that the web and internet have transformed them.
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Auto Industry, Emerging Technologies
Will self-driving cars be able to diagnose and repair themselves? Yes. No. Sort of
The Next WebGiles Kirkland
In a world where some transportation technology seems to be going backwards — no more moon landings, the scrapping of Concorde, and public transport failures — the fully autonomous vehicle is a wonder of the modern age. Perhaps the dumbest thing about...
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