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Chipzilla takes axe to IoT and embedded compute lines
Hey, insurance firms! We've got smart car data to flog you!
Crappy software everywhere means we face a world of pain
Analysis NXP acquisition part of IoT push, say market-watchers
It's not cheap, but it is good
But Belkin's new bridge only reinforces the problem of a locked-down ecosystem
Also, here's why LTE-M gained ground over NB-IoT in Europe
Cities sick of being used as techies' sandboxes
But don't let poor proof of concept and insecurity put you off...
One down, at least seven more to go
Exclusive Internet of Things arrives at British telco
Web-connected sneakers? We imagine a lot of sole searching when/if these get hacked
Drone traffic management, or 'how to regulate the skies'
Build Open-source software to lure devs into Redmond's cloud
Disney Research reckons TV, phone, and FM can carry Internet of Things comms
So far, no silly Bluetooth toothbrushes
And, oh for $DEITY's sake, yet ANOTHER best-practices standards organization?
Azure Stream Analytics to connect your fridge to the cloud for chilled machinations
Claimants say features not included, updates were dangerous
Molybdenum disulfide could be potential alternative to silicon in sensors, clothes, etc
'Plug-and-play' connectivity tech sealed the deal, says firm
What's a squashed jogger or two in the name of progress?
Confesses retaliation after poor review was 'bad PR move'
Tech companies will struggle to take over the road
Something for the Weekend, Sir? Your bot looks cute but it's easy to crack
It's a connected land grab of things
Analysis First step, smart bulbs and sensors
Owning the smartphone-dashboard interface
Delay may indicate Internet of Things market is less frantic than thought
Got a good Internet of Things problem-solving idea? Try it out with us, says city
Radio frequency testing probes for foreign bodies
Don't just fling unsecured open source OSes at world+dog, father of the Internet begs
Internet of Little Things – same vulns, same mistakes as IoT brother
Federal Trade Commission says it won't step in... this time
'On a $349 device this amounts to extortion' rages irate user
Nest adds two-factor auth – where's the rest of 'em?