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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Forbes • Bernard Marr, Contributor
Coming Soon - Technical Webinar Series from the Editors of TBMG: Utilizing the Internet of Things
TechBriefs
3 Major Ways the Internet of Things Will Benefit Small Businesses
SAP Blogs • Andre Smith
Week ahead: Ex-Yahoo, Equifax CEOs to testify on data breaches | Tech, lawmakers eye compromise on sex trafficking bill | Focus on election security
The Hill • Ali Breland, Harper Neidig
Trick or Troll: NPE Litigation Trends, SEPs, FRAND and the Internet of Things [Podcast]
The National Law Review • Emery, Mcdermott Will
The Internet of Things: Interaction challenges to meaningful consent at scale
Association for Computing Machinery
The internet of things: Why it matters
CNBC • Anmar Frangoul
Software AG to launch Internet of Things division
The Economic Times of India
AGDATA Australia: from family farm to global partners
The Official Google Blog • Sunil Tewari
 
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The GuardianLucy Rock, Washington
It’s Saturday morning at a café near the museum in Winlock, Washington, and Michelle Conrow is eating brunch while surfing the internet on her laptop. What might seem a banal activity for many is a luxury for Michelle. The internet at her...
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Big Data, Internet of Things
The Incredible Ways Heineken Uses Big Data, The Internet of Things And Artificial Intelligence (AI)
ForbesBernard Marr, Contributor
Every industry can benefit from Big Data, IoT and AI, and that includes brewers. Dutch brewer Heineken has been a worldwide brewing leader for the last 150 years, but today, as the No. 1 brewer in Europe and No. 2 in the...
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Auto Industry, Internet of Things
Coming Soon - Technical Webinar Series from the Editors of TBMG: Utilizing the Internet of Things
TechBriefs
The Internet of Things (IoT) has advanced from a buzzword to a real-world system. By connecting inter-related computing devices, mechanical and digital machines, sensors, and people, the IoT enables massive amounts of autonomous data transfer and acquisition. A “thing” in the IoT...
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eCommerce, Internet of Things
3 Major Ways the Internet of Things Will Benefit Small Businesses
SAP BlogsAndre Smith
The internet of things (IoT) is the interconnection of different types of smart devices, products, smartphones, tablets, wearables, appliances, buildings and vehicles through sensors. These sensors will be connected with software and actuators to the internet. As a result, the objects will...
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Google Inc, Internet of Things
Week ahead: Ex-Yahoo, Equifax CEOs to testify on data breaches | Tech, lawmakers eye compromise on sex trafficking bill | Focus on election security
The HillAli Breland, Harper Neidig
Ex-Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is slated to take the hot seat on Wednesday at a hearing on the massive data breaches at her former company and at credit reporting firm Equifax. Mayer will testify before the Senate Commerce Committee, which is looking...
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Internet of Things, Legal Services
Trick or Troll: NPE Litigation Trends, SEPs, FRAND and the Internet of Things [Podcast]
The National Law ReviewEmery, Mcdermott Will
Patent trolls are not new. However, after many years in the spotlight, legislative and judicial action has pushed patent trolls toward the shadows. In this episode, McDermott IP partner Nathan S. Smith welcomes Chris Bright, an IP partner in McDermott’s Orange County...
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The Internet of Things: Interaction challenges to meaningful consent at scale
Association for Computing Machinery
Remember the scene in Minority Report where Tom Cruise’s character walks through a mall and is met with a barrage of ads? Somehow the stores have his data and can deliver customized ads that today’s social media campaigns can only dream of....
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Accenture, Credit Cards
The internet of things: Why it matters
CNBCAnmar Frangoul
The iPod, Facebook, "smart" televisions: the 21st century has seen a host of innovations that have transformed the way we live. The rise of the so called internet of things, or IoT, is another technological development that is starting to become an...
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Software AG to launch Internet of Things division
The Economic Times of India
Germany's No.2 business software maker, like market leader SAP, missed expectations with revenue growth of 2 percent across its digital, database and consulting businesses.
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AGDATA Australia: from family farm to global partners
The Official Google BlogSunil Tewari
Editor’s note: As part of our series of interviews with entrepreneurs across Asia Pacific who use the internet to grow, we chatted with Glenn Skerman, who, together with his brother Brendan, are directors of AGDATA Australia, a farming accounting software company. Founded...
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