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Jeremy Coward, Senior Editor, IoT World News, 1/17/2017
To say plenty happened at CES 2017 that's likely to impact the future of IoT would be an understatement, with early January's headlines dominated by autonomous vehicles, analytical beds and robots of all shapes and sizes.
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Edward Gately, Contributing Editor, Channel Partners Online, 1/12/2017
Cybersecurity company BeyondTrust has introduced its new Retina Internet of Things (RIoT) Scanner aimed at identifying devices that are susceptible to a compromise and could lead to an attack.
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Jeremy Coward, Senior Editor, IoT World News, 1/10/2017
For years now, Internet of Things capability has been a prominent theme at CES -- arguably the world's most significant technology tradeshow.
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Jeremy Coward, Senior Editor, IoT World News, 1/4/2017
Richard Corbridge, CIO at Health Service Executive, explains how IoT is already impacting digital healthcare in Ireland and where he sees the industry heading.
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Nate Vickery, Guest Contributor, IoT World News, , 1/4/2017
Have you entered the world of Internet of Things? If you perhaps have a Fitbit, or any other activity tracker that connects to your phone -- yes, you have. Even if you don't have anything like it, you probably will within the next three to five years. The IoT revolution has already started, and as BI Intelligence predicts, we will have more than 24 ...
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Lynn Haber, Senior Editor, Channel Partners, 12/30/2016
The Internet of Things is gaining mindshare among enterprises with 71% of them reporting that they're gating data for IoT initiatives today. That's according to the latest Voice of the Enterprise: Internet of Things (IoT) Organizational Dynamics survey by 451 Research.
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Edward Gately, Contributing Editor, Channel Partners Online, 12/28/2016
Japanese electronics manufacturer TDK plans to strengthen its position as a global player for sensor technologies in Internet of Things (IoT), automotive, and information and communications technology (ICT) through acquiring U.S. chip maker IvenSense for $1.3 billion.
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Edward Gately, Contributing Editor, Channel Partners Online, 12/21/2016
Telecom operators had a busy year in the Internet of Things market and 2017 promises an even bigger flurry of activity.
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Craig Galbraith, Contributing Writer, 12/15/2016
The latest Internet of Things forecast predicts a staggering 200% increase of connected devices between now and 2021.
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Posted by Michelle G |  In reply to: How Can IoT Actually Help Consumers? 3 Highly Valuable Smart Home Applications
@Joe We're in for quite a show in the future... We can finally live like the folks in Demolition Man or Wall E!

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