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Craig Galbraith, Contributing Writer, 1/16/2017
Engineers and scientists in the U.S. have a new asset to help make advancements in the application of industrial IoT technology.
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Jeremy Coward, Senior Editor, IoT World News, 1/3/2017
Mimmis Cleeren, Global Director of marketing (IoT BU) at MediaTek, covers some of the special IoT projects that have emerged from MediaTek's developer laboratory.
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James Anderson, Associate Editor, Channel Partners, , 12/23/2016
Google has launched a new Android operating system for building IoT-connected devices.
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Jeremy Coward, Senior Editor, IoT World News, 12/5/2016
As a veteran specialist in the broadband and telecommunications space, it's no surprise that Verizon is emerging as a key player for the Internet of Things now that the industry is taking shape.
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Zach Butler, Analyst, IoT World News, 11/21/2016
DUBLIN -- Internet of Things World -- Internet of Things World 2016 kicked off today, opening its doors to 100+ exhibitors, 175+ visionary speakers and over 2,500 attendees. Ovum's IoT practice leader Alexandra Rehak was first on stage to deliver the chairperson's opening remarks. Ovum's research has found three main priorities for enterprises when it ...
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Roger Dewey, CEO & Founder, Able Device, , 11/11/2016
Connected devices of all kinds, bundled under the umbrella of the Internet of Things, are being positioned in the technology and business media as the next great area of growth in the global economy.
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Edward Gately, Contributing Editor, Channel Partners Online, 10/31/2016
New research led by "ethical hacker" Samy Kamkar highlights common enterprise IoT devices that are hackable within three minutes.
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Steve Bell, Senior Analyst, Heavy Reading, 10/19/2016
To be a specialist and admit that you can't keep abreast of the developments occurring in your specific area may seem an absurd statement. Yet with the Internet of Things (IoT) this is absolutely the case, and anybody that says otherwise is not being straight with you.
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Chris Wheal, Freelance Writer, 10/17/2016
Hacking the smart home is too easy. That's the stark warning from security experts on both sides of the Atlantic. And while there are some mistakes individual consumers have made, it seems most of the faults lie at the door of the smart home service providers.
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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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