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O2 will be carrying out UK IoT connectivity trials later this year

Exclusive Internet of Things arrives at British telco

You'll get a kick out of this: Qualcomm patents the 'Internet of Shoes'

Web-connected sneakers? We imagine a lot of sole searching when/if these get hacked

Flying robots are great... until they meet flying humans, anyway

Drone traffic management, or 'how to regulate the skies'

Microsoft emits code for DIY Linux IoT hubs. Repeat, Linux IoT hubs (that talk to Azure, duh)

Build Open-source software to lure devs into Redmond's cloud

The radio environment is noisy – so use the noise as a carrier for signals

Disney Research reckons TV, phone, and FM can carry Internet of Things comms

A sensible Internet of Things investment house? Breed Reply looks like it

So far, no silly Bluetooth toothbrushes

Cloudflare's incredible solution for IoT security: Use our services

And, oh for $DEITY's sake, yet ANOTHER best-practices standards organization?

Microsoft offers preview to eye AI IoT analytics for edgelords of new net

Azure Stream Analytics to connect your fridge to the cloud for chilled machinations

Tesla hit by class action sueball over autopilot software updates

Claimants say features not included, updates were dangerous

Boffins fabricate the 'most complex bendy microprocessor yet'

Molybdenum disulfide could be potential alternative to silicon in sensors, clothes, etc

Utility company picks NB-IoT, actively spurns rival techs' USPs

'Plug-and-play' connectivity tech sealed the deal, says firm

Londoners will be trialling driverless cars in pedestrianised area

What's a squashed jogger or two in the name of progress?

Startup remotely 'bricks' grumpy bloke's IoT car garage door – then hits reverse gear

Confesses retaliation after poor review was 'bad PR move'

BMW chief: Big auto will stay in the driving seat with autonomous cars

Tech companies will struggle to take over the road

Forget robot overlords, humankind will get finished off by IoT

Something for the Weekend, Sir? Your bot looks cute but it's easy to crack

Mobile network Three inks Cisco Jasper deal, eyes the IoT market

It's a connected land grab of things

Cheap, flimsy, breakable and replaceable – yup, Ikea, you'll be right at home in the IoT world

Analysis First step, smart bulbs and sensors

How Ford has slammed the door on Silicon Valley's autonomous vehicles drive

Owning the smartphone-dashboard interface

Vodafone's NB-IoT launch dates for Ireland and Netherlands slip

Delay may indicate Internet of Things market is less frantic than thought

Cambridge wheels out latest smart city platform, ready for devs

Got a good Internet of Things problem-solving idea? Try it out with us, says city

Metasploit upgraded to sniff out IoT weakspots in corporate networks

Radio frequency testing probes for foreign bodies

Fix crap Internet of Things security, booms Internet daddy Cerf

Don't just fling unsecured open source OSes at world+dog, father of the Internet begs

Zombie webcams? Pah! It's the really BIG 'Things' that scare me

Internet of Little Things – same vulns, same mistakes as IoT brother

US regulator looks at Internet of Things regulation, looks away

Federal Trade Commission says it won't step in... this time

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

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