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Analysis: Researchers reveal KRACK in the IoT

The seriousness of KRACK and the threat posed by Wi-Fi vulnerabilities to IoT-enabled devices should not be underestimated, say experts.  This week, the headlines have...

Adax: Telcos need effective packet core for IoT

In a contributed article for Internet of Business, Robin Kent, director of European operations at telco software company Adax, discusses how mobile network operators...

Lone workers: Protected by the IoT, thanks to senior citizens

In a contributed article for Internet of Business, Peter Marsden, managing director of Doro UK & Ireland, explains how technology originally developed for elderly...

Tooshlights to bring new convenience to ‘comfort breaks’

Tooshlights from Modus Systems aims to put an end to the embarrassment of not knowing if a public toilet cubicle is occupied or not. At...

Orange launches Live Booster for smart device makers

Orange launches new Live Booster programme so that smart device makers can buy electronics with connectivity and data packages already included. The new programme from...

Aon: Insurtech start-ups will help, not disrupt, insurance stalwarts

Expertise in IoT, robotics, artificial intelligence and advanced analytics will be the defining feature of the most successful insurance companies of the future –...

Marathon Des Sables extends use of GPS satellite tracking devices

In some of the toughest sporting events in the world, SPOT Gen3 satellite tracking devices from Globalstar are key to keeping participants safe.  Over the...

Agrifac and Bilberry team up to beat weeds on Aussie farms

By the end of this year, crop sprayers sold in Australia by agricultural equipment manufacturer Agrifac will incorporate smart weed detection technology from French...

TNS: In the IOT, an ATM does far more than dispense...

ATMs: There's more of them around these days, they're smarter than ever, and they're not just machines, but smart connected devices in the IOT,...

Vulnerabilities in syringe infusion pumps could harm patients

More medical devices – this time, syringe infusion pumps – have been found to contain vulnerabilities that hackers could use to compromise the safe treatment...

AT&T delivers progress report on LTE-M rollout in Mexico

AT&T has confirmed it is on track to deploy LTE-M technology across its network in Mexico by the end of this year. The telco...

Digital Catapult expands LPWAN program for councils and enterprises

Digital Catapult is to expand its Things Connected low-power wide area network (LPWAN) program to councils and enterprises in the UK. The organization, a not-for-profit...