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IoT malware doubled in 2016, says report from Kaspersky

The amount of malware targeting IoT devices more than doubled in 2016, according to a report by IT security company Kaspersky. Researchers there set up...

Herman Miller launches connected office furniture range

Just when you thought everything that could be connected to the internet had already been connected, along comes the connected desk. The Live furniture range...

Hazelcast aims for cleaner windows on IoT data

Open source in-memory data grid (IMDG) company Hazelcast has reached the 0.4 release of Hazelcast Jet. This developer and data architect-level technology works with fast-flowing continuous...

Entropy: a shot in the arm for IoT security?

The IoT has security issues, a history of weak encryption keys and inadequate provisioning and planning for data protection and lock-down. Okay, so you...

IoT on course to dominate connected landscape, says Cisco

The IoT will represent more than half of the 27 billion internet connected devices and connections expected globally by 2021, according to the latest Visual...

Qualcomm launches mesh networking platform for home IoT devices

A new reference design from semiconductor and telecoms equipment company Qualcomm aims to help smart device manufacturers bring new products to market. Qualcomm has unveiled its new...

Breed Reply CEO says UK remains best start-up market for IoT...

Breed Reply CEO and angel investor Emanuele Angelidis tells Internet of Business why IoT start-ups matter, what he looks for in investment opportunities and how...

Security researchers find backdoor in Chinese IoT devices

Security researchers at IT security company Trustwave have discovered Chinese Internet of Things (IoT) devices containing a hidden backdoor. According to a blog post, the...

IoT teddy bears leak more than 2 million recordings between parents...

Internet-connected teddy bears manufactured by toy maker Spiral Toys have leaked the email addresses and password details of more than 800,000 customers online. The leak,...

Amazon refuses to hand over Alexa data in murder investigation

Amazon is refusing access to data stored in the cloud from its Alexa AI assistant to police in Arkansas, citing that any information it...

What data does a ‘digital twin’ run on?

So-called 'digital twins' have been hailed as one of the top Internet of Things (IoT) technologies to track in 2017. They're software-based 'representations' of physical...

Oracle & Wind River: fixing pumps, performance bumps & diagnostic lumps

Database giant Oracle joined embedded software delivery specialist Wind River to present a session at Internet of Manufacturing 2017, held in Munich this February by Internet...