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Heather McKensie, Contributor, IoT World News, , 1/18/2017
Having initially viewed virtual currencies with deep suspicion, the financial industry is now seriously investigating the potential of the underlying blockchain, or distributed ledger technologies.
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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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Cees Links, General Manager - Wireless Connectivity Business Unit, Qorvo, , 1/6/2017
There is a lot of talk and publicity around the smart home regarding how cool it is, how it will change our lives for the better, how nothing will ever be the same again.
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Edward Gately, Contributing Editor, Channel Partners Online, 12/13/2016
The rapid adoption of Internet-connected devices supports a new digital foundation for the energy industry, and the emerging Internet of Things touches nearly all aspects of energy generation, transmission and distribution.
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James Anderson, Associate Editor, Channel Partners, , 11/22/2016
General Electric (GE) is investing heavily in industrial IoT, evidenced by a series of acquisitions and partnerships.
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Sotiris Bantas, President & CEO, Centaur Analytics, , 11/19/2016
It is no secret that our society is pretty wasteful. According to UN FAO data, an approximate $1 trillion in produced crops is annually lost at the post-harvest level. This includes the various stages from farm, to shelf, to fork. With the world's population expected to reach 10.5 billion by 2050, food supplies would need to increase by 60% in order to ...
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Dan Jones, Mobile Editor, 11/2/2016
The Internet of Things (IoT) has the opportunity to improve the quality of life for many people around the world -- by helping to save energy, automating simple tasks and much more -- but, as with any major advance in the digital world, there will be winners and losers.
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Mark Burkley, CTO & co-founder, Emutex, , 10/31/2016
Intelligence at the edge Individual homes and businesses can now viably produce as well as consume energy. The "Internet of Energy" or "Energy IoT" is an emerging vertical use case for Internet of Things (IoT) technology. A secure, intelligent IoT gateway at the network edge will make each site capable of distilling valuable information from large ...
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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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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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