IoT Technology

IoT Technology

Avira launches Safethings to guard smart home devices

IT security company Avira has unveiled its Safethings product, designed to protect smart homes and their IoT devices. The application is installed in routers to...

Wireless charging ‘Forever Battery’ offers innovative AA battery replacement

The world’s first wireless charging alternative to AA batteries, from Ossia, dubbed the Cota ‘Forever Battery’, has earned a CES Innovation Award in the...

IoT risk leads to executive anxiety, says Forescout report

A report from security firm Forescout suggests that business executives are increasingly anxious about IoT security. Forescout's survey, conducted on the company's behalf by analysts...

Mocana leads partnership aiming for more secure IIoT devices

Mocana takes lead on plans to develop kits for building more robust IIoT devices and services with Avnet, Microsoft, Infineon and Xilinx. Mocana, a start-up working...

IoT upgrade has Service Thread in a spin

With 24 different types of textile-spinning machines to keep track of, industrial thread and yarn manufacturer Service Thread has woven the IoT into its operations to...

Chilean winery PengWine adds IoT marketing to the blend

Premium wine boutique PengWine is looking to establish itself in Asia, using the IOT to deliver marketing innovation that grabs the attention of tipplers. The...

Protect IoT data, not IoT devices, says Verizon

Securing IoT implementations may involve concentrating on protecting data rather than devices, according to Verizon. In many cases, it makes more sense to prioritize IoT...

Vodafone launches V by Vodafone in bid for consumer IoT

Vodafone launches V by Vodafone, to bring all of your consumer connected devices into one place for management.  Telco Vodafone has decided it wants a...

Spark NZ takes two-pronged approach to IoT connectivity

Spark NZ has announced a 'dual-network' approach in a bid to offer customers more choice when it comes to IoT connectivity in New Zealand. Spark,...

Alcatel Lucent Enterprise: Airports need to get smarter, not just bigger

In a contributed article to Internet of Business, Kelly Allen, director of transportation for Europe North at Alcatel Lucent Enterprise, argues that intelligent airports...

PureLiFi imagines bright future, where every light’s an internet access point

PureLiFi may have the answer to the wireless spectrum overcrowding challenge with its plans to use light to transmit data. Towns and cities are not...

Gemalto survey: Governments should intervene on IoT security

Confidence in IoT security is seriously lacking among both consumers and businesses, Gemalto's study finds.  Some nine out of ten consumers lack confidence in the...