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Google confirms official launch of Android Things

As predicted by Internet of Business, Google is officially launching its Android Things platform for Internet of Things (IoT) devices, at its annual I/O...

NIST demands lightweight cryptography to protect IoT devices

New class of defence needed against cyberattacks, says US standards body. The US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has called on the IoT...

Facebook developing chips for AI and own-brand IoT devices

When Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg sat before Congress like a besuited rabbit in 100 senators’ headlights, he was famously asked by Orrin Hatch how...

IoT security: Half of IT departments don’t change default passwords

Almost half (47 percent) of CIOs and IT managers have allowed IoT devices onto their corporate network without changing the default passwords – even...

More organisations banning use of public Wi-Fi – report

More than half of CIOs (57 percent) believe that their mobile workers have either been hacked or have "caused a security incident" in the...

Serious IoT data breach likely by 2020, say risk professionals

Well over three-quarters (81 per cent) of professionals who work in corporate governance or risk oversight say that a serious data breach caused by...

Apple & IBM Watson team for enterprise mobile machine learning

New mobile machine learning capabilities are coming to Apple devices, thanks to IBM Watson and Apple Core ML. Under CEO Tim Cook’s leadership, Apple has...

Wearables: Sensor that reads hydration set to hit the market

An unusual consortium including drinks brand Gatorade, the US Air Force, and Northwestern University is collaborating to take the guesswork out of hydration. The...

Sensor City awarded £3.5m to explore 5G community Wi-Fi

Liverpool's Sensor City has been awarded £3.5 million in government funding to explore the potential applications of 5G community Wi-Fi in health and social care. The...

Health IoT: KardiaBand sensor could replace invasive blood tests

Research appears to show that AliveCor's KardiaBand technology is capable of detecting hyperkalemia – excess potassium in the blood – through a simple ECG, a feat...

Israeli hackers breach baby monitors, smart homes in 30 minutes

NEWSBYTE: Researchers at Ben Gurion University in Israel have found that a variety of off-the-shelf smart home devices, including security cameras, doorbells, and baby...

IIoT security: How to secure the ‘Internet of Threats’, by IBM

Security has been an afterthought for many IoT applications, but the Internet of Things cannot simply be left to become the “Internet of Threats”,...
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