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Video intercom firm Doorbird wants $80 for device password resets

'On a $349 device this amounts to extortion' rages irate user

Aah, all is well in the world. So peaceful, so– wait, where's the 2FA on IoT apps? Oh my gawd

Nest adds two-factor auth – where's the rest of 'em?

A mooving tail of cows, calves and the Internet of Things

Small firm claims calf birth safety boost with M2M monitor

If we must have an IoT bog roll holder, can we at least make it secure?

MWC It's the internet of sh*tty things, says Intel Security's Raj Samani

Cisco Jasper IoT bod: Smart home? Nah. Farm pest control – that's a cool use case

Interview Connected device expert on post-Borg IoT

Hong Kong chip boffins wheel out another NB-IoT reference design

ARM bought a startup just like this one last week

Softbank gros fromage: ARM will knock out a trillion IoT chips by 2040

MWC Also foresees terrifying 10bn-strong robot army. Hey ho

Autonomous cars are about to do to transport what the internet did to information

Matter is going to move more freely and cheaply than ever before

More brilliant Internet of Things gadgetry: A £1,300 mousetrap

Rentokil man tells BBC it calls them automagically, so that clearly explains the price

Intel scales Atom to 16 cores, updates Xeon SoCs

The 5G internet of virtualized networked things is calling and Chipzilla wants to be ready

L'Internet des objets: French firm Sigfox inks deal with Telefonica

World + dog can buy licensed spectrum IoT connectivity

ARM embraces Brit and Swedish upstarts in Softbank NB-IoT push

And they've already got an integrated modem to show for it

Oracle's IoT play: Teach business apps and things to talk together

There's lots of things out there and Big Red wants to dig 'em out of silos and cloud 'em up

Sigfox leads with its chin on security for internet-connected things

Comment 'Imagineer's declaration' betrays industry-wide apathy

You know IoT security is bad when libertarians call for strict regulation

RSA USA 'When the internet crashes into the real world and people get killed' you'll be sorry

University DDoS'd by its own seafood-curious malware-infected vending machines

2017's security headlines are starting to read like MadLibs

Nokia wheels out a complete MVNO package. Makes a change from WinPho

Taking 'mobile operators are our customers' a bit too far?

That's cute. AI and IoT need 'ethics regulation', mumbles Lib Dem baron

Government kindly but firmly puts him back in his box

Don't let cloud slurp all your data. Chew it on the edge, says HPE

Imagine playing office football with a compute rack on castors

Mozilla axes IoT project, cuts staff, backs off from commercial stuff

Despite the layoffs, Mozilla insists it will be increasing its headcount

Free smart fridges! App stores in fountains! Plus more from Canonical man

This is an entirely sensible view of the near future. Cough

Bloke launches twinkly range of BBC Micro:bit accessory boards

Pics zbit:connect, as built by one-time Nexsan man

I've got a brand new combine harvester and I'll give you the API key

Yes, you can stick IoT sensors on tractors - and John Deere's been doing it for 20 years

Verizon waves its IoT credentials, boasts of adopting US-centric one

And they're potentially eyeing up the NHS as a wearables customer

'It will go wrong. There's no question of time... on safety or security side'

Cheerful chap writes off all mission-critical IoT software without realising it

Nuclear power station sensors are literally shouting their readings at each other

Brit audio networking bods Chirp go all green and glowy

Biz claims it's reverse-engineered encrypted drone commands

The internet of sh*t hits the rotor

Sigfox veep: Our gear will be less pricey than kit for NB-IoT customers

As for that fabled IPO? May happen 'when market is right'

AWS offers $20 bribe to derps who buy old IoT condom-o-matic dunce dobbers

Internet of Things: Make ordering johnnies great again

Linux is part of the IoT security problem, dev tells Linux conference

Does that 'thing' really need to run Linux, given alternatives have smaller attack surfaces?

You know how online shops love to keep tabs on you? Now it's coming to the offline world

Intel taps IoT tech to gather stats on shoppers

Ex-Nokia IoT bods Cumulocity join hands with Teleena

Partnership will plug LoRa and general IoTness

Everything wrong with IoT (and how to fix it) – according to Uncle Sam

US Dept of Commerce green paper reveals that, er, it's a bit of a mess

Qualcomm/NXP, Nvidia and Intel: The race to define the car platform

CES 2017 5G is such a drag

Reg man howls over HPE Moonshot IoT box

But... but... you're using it... as just another VDI box

Dotdot. Who's there? Yet another IoT app layer

ZCL, motherf****r, do you speak it?

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