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Vodafone's IoT boss packs bag, Sprints off to America

Ivo Rook heads to US telco, picks up Softbank advisory role

Smart cities? Tell it like it is, they're surveillance cities

Opinion Lots of lovely data, less of lovely privacy

Nest cracks out cheaper spin of its thermostat

Now just $169 if you're willing to lose the hi-tech look

How the CIA, Comcast can snoop on your sleep patterns, sex toy usage

The smart home may need to get a whole lot smarter, researchers warn

Mazda and Toyota join forces on Linux-based connected car platform

No button to silence squabbling kids in the back as yet

'Driverless' lorry platoons will soon be on a motorway near you

UK.gov pours £8.1m into fresh series of trials

Sonos will deny updates to those who snub rewritten privacy terms

Your data, or we cut you off

Taken a while but finally here's the first proper smart-home gizmo

Comment And it's a light bulb from Ikea

Toyota, Intel, Ericsson team to get cars talking to the cloud

Plan new networking and compute architectures, plus 'topology-aware storage'

Firmware update blunder bricks hundreds of home 'smart' locks

Automatic over-the-air upgrade will knacker front-door gear for at least five days

Apple pulls massive HomeKit chip U-turn to keep up with Amazon Echo and Google Home

Analysis Blink and you'd have missed surprise news

Grab a fork! Unravelling the Internet of Things' standards spaghetti

'Just switch it on and watch it connect.' Yeah, right

No vulns. No hardwired passwords. Patchable. Congress dreams of IoT: Impossible Online Tech

We all want totally secure gear. And flying cars. And $1m. And...

Intel loves the maker community so much it just axed its Arduino, Curie hardware. Ouch

Translation: It's all yours, ARM. Take it away

IBM's X-Force to slip digits into IoT networks and connected cars

Pen-testing service delivered alongside Watson IoT platform

'Millions of IoT gizmos' wide open to hijackers after devs drop gSOAP

Likelihood of patching for every affected system is zero

Segway hoverboard hijack hack could make hipsters eat pavement

Wheel-diculous Bluetooth security revealed

We'll hit THAT 95% Sigfox coverage target using telly aerials, says WND-UK

Well, rooftop yagis hooked up to 12v Intel PCs

2017: The FBI alerts parents to dangers of Internet of Sh*t toys

Families urged to brush up on opsec, check for privacy leaks, patch security flaws, if possible

Juicero does to its staff what your hands can do to its overpriced juice sacks

Pulp-squeezing juicebags to drop a quarter of its workers

YASA* looks at turning commercial buildings into Internet things

'Fairhair' is *Yet Another Standards Alliance, but at least it cares about security

Better mobe coverage needed for connected cars, says firm flogging networking gear

Nokia's well aboard the zeitgeist bandwagon

Zero accidents, all of your data – what The Reg learnt at Bosch's autonomous car bash

Pictures Roving reporter returns from test track in deepest Baden-Württemberg

IoT coverage for 95% of UK by 2019? We can't even do 4G, Sigfox

French firm and new pals WND announce, err, ambitious plans

F-Secure's Mikko Hypponen on IoT: If it uses electricity, it will go online

Want a more secure PC? Try Windows 10 S, says CRO

The Internet of Flying Thing: Reg man returns with explicit shots

Pics A flight to nowhere, complete with streaming Netflix

Intel: Joule's burned, Edison switched off, and Galileo – Galileo is no more

Chipzilla takes axe to IoT and embedded compute lines

BMW climbs into IBM Watson's cloudy connected charabanc

Hey, insurance firms! We've got smart car data to flog you!

Infosec guru Schneier: Govts will intervene to regulate Internet of Sh!t

Crappy software everywhere means we face a world of pain

EU, China may demand concessions for Qualcomm's $39bn Dutch chip plant slurp

Analysis NXP acquisition part of IoT push, say market-watchers

Nest leaves competition in the dust with new smart camera

It's not cheap, but it is good

Apple has finally found someone to support HomeKit

But Belkin's new bridge only reinforces the problem of a locked-down ecosystem

Are telcos' customers expecting too much of IoT connectivity techs?

Also, here's why LTE-M gained ground over NB-IoT in Europe

IoT standards? We've got 'em. And if you don't like those, we got more

Cities sick of being used as techies' sandboxes

Three-quarters of IoT projects are failing, says Cisco

But don't let poor proof of concept and insecurity put you off...

New York Attorney General settles with Bluetooth lock maker over insecurity claims

One down, at least seven more to go

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