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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?

Internet of Sh*t has an early 2017 winner – a 'smart' Wi-Fi hairbrush

CES 2017 Bonkers IoT gizmo that's wired for sound wins tech bash's mane prize

Meet the Internet of big, lethal Things

Should you be free to tinker with a combine harvester?

Building IoT: Forget the vision, just show us how to build it

Nuts, bolts and more for devs, architects and engineers

'Twas Brillo but then Android Things, which watched as Google Weaved its Nest

Comment The Internet of Google Things

Why don't people secure their IoT gadgets? 'It's not my problem'

Daddy, I want an internet-connected pony ... that someone else can look after

New US rules on 'vehicle-to-vehicle' communications under consultation

Connected vehicles

Cambridge Wireless picked for's 'Help the IoT' drive

Public dosh given to... what? Actual techies?

Bluetooth: Remember us? Internet of Things before it was a Thing?

Analysis Bluetooth 5 unveiled, boosts range and coexistence, but no mesh yet

Cuckoo! Google settles into Nest, starts folding dev platform

And Brillo becomes Android Things

Samsung SmartCam: Yes, those eyes really are following you around the room

Review A great camera let down by buggy software

Solar-powered LoRa IoT node: Nice idea but it won't replace batteries

Welsh firm G24 Power preps sensor tech for trial

US think-tank wants IoT device design regulated, because security

If the world wants a bonk-detecting WiFi mattresses, it must be a malware-free bonk-detecting WiFi mattress

Bluetooth 5.0 emerges, ready to chew on the internet of things

Gentlemen, we can rebuild it. Better … stronger … faster. And meshier, before long

If your smart home gear hasn't updated recently, throw it in the trash

Paul Vixie on how to survive the impending IoT security nightmare

Sigfox IPO? Um, sure! 2017, 2018, whenever, we'll definitely do it

Funding target missed, potential IPO date slips right

How much does HPE's credible IoT bundle cost? Anyone? Hello?

Answers on a post card to El Reg please

We wanna give IoT folk kilobit data rates, beam NB-IoT telcos

MBBF2016 Um. Do they actually think that's what they need?

Demo may have frozen, but narrowband IoT stew is still piping hot

MBBF2016 NB-IoT looms as a network tech Godzilla

Huawei wheels out X Labs brainbox farm for wireless industry

GMBBF2016 Think of ways to make money from all these bright ideas

MP Kees Verhoeven wants EU to regulate the Internet of S**t

Vendors don't care, so government should step in

Dyn Dyn Dyn – we have a buyer: Oracle gobbles Internet of Things DDoS victim

Scoops up Twitter with A-list DNS customer list

IoT upstart Sigfox gulps down €150m funding but falls short of target

We might start making profit in two years, says French firm

Nest Cam: A compelling piece of hardware-software

Review The smart home Spotify has arrived

Telstra's answers El Reg's Smart Home security questions

It's not quite an Internet of S**t, but nor does it come up smelling of roses

Brit smart streetlight bods Telensa named 'global market leader'

That's another win for a proprietary IoT standard

Telstra launches Australian homes onto the Internet of S**t

Today's hot gadget, tomorrow's botnet, next year's brick

Samsung flings $8bn at buyout of connected car biz Harman

That's a helluva lot of dosh for headrest screens

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