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Security researchers warn of ‘airborne’ IoT malware, Blueborne

Billions of Bluetooth devices could be affected by Blueborne malware, say researchers.  Security researchers at Armis Labs have discovered a number of Bluetooth vulnerabilities that...

Wait for 5G? The IoT needn’t hold its breath

When it comes to the connection between 5G and the IoT, confusion reigns. Some uncertainty is, perhaps, to be expected. After all, 5G, the fifth...

Mesh networking comes to Bluetooth

The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) has announced the arrival of new mesh networking capabilities for the wireless connectivity standard, enabling many-to-many device communications.  Mesh...

TUMI and AT&T launch tracking device for travellers

Luggage company TUMI has teamed up with US telco AT&T to launch a wireless device – the TUMI Global Locator – to help travellers...

What is the Subsea Internet of Things (SIoT)?

The IoT relies upon a data pipe – the Internet – for the connection and transmission of information. While a degree of the IoT's connectivity may...

Ulster University rolls out Sigfox-based IoT network

Northern Ireland’s Ulster University has become the first British educational institution to sign up to and roll out IoT networking technology Sigfox. The university was looking...

New Zealand Air Force recruits Blip Systems for traffic management project

The Royal New Zealand Air Force has partnered with Danish IoT company Blip Systems to devise a traffic management system and ease congestion at...

Smart city of Aarhus uses Bluetooth sensors to improve traffic flows

Aarhus, Denmark's second largest city, is using Bluetooth sensors to gain better insights on congestion and to optimize traffic light signals. Aarhus is a city...

Future of IoT will be ‘smart dust’, says Cambridge Consultants

When it comes to deciding whether to add connectivity to a ‘thing’ – a device, a product, or even its packaging – cost is...

Tryst proposes solar energy as battery replacement for IoT devices

Dutch battery and energy storage start-up, Tryst Energy, has developed a product to power internet-connected devices through solar energy. The product is known as Light Energy....

Birmingham Airport uses IoT to monitor queues and keep passengers happy

The UK's Birmingham Airport has implemented a solution to accurately measure queues and predict waiting times, following its busiest year to date. The airport saw...

India brings IoT to shoppers in one of world’s largest slums

Mumbai's Dharavi - one of the largest slums in the world - has used Internet of Things (IoT) technology to connect shops and improve...