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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

Even if IoT hits 20bn devices by 2020 mobile operators still won't care

LPWAN Forum Data-sipping chips worth tiny fraction of global subscription revenue

IoT is more than vapourware, insists GSMA

LPWAN Forum Nine NB-IoT deployments across the UK? Be still, our fluttering hearts

Insecure IoT networks for medical data? Easily fixed, shrugs Arqiva

LPWAN Forum Vodafone chips in: 'We'll soon do IoT networks too!'

Was IoT DDoS attack just a dry run for election day hijinks?

Comment Internet of things influencing important things

A successor to Mirai? Newly discovered malware aims to create fresh IoT botnet

Dubbed Linux/IRCTelnet, nasty's source code based on Aidra

Web devs want to make the Internet of S**t worse. Much worse

The W3C wants to hook your bluetooth s**t to websites, because shiny

Intel's new chip targets industrial IoT

The E3900 family doubles performance

Divide the internet into compartments to save us from the IoT fail whale

Intel's chief IoT security bloke puts forward one possible solution

Data ethics in IoT? Pff, you and your silly notions of privacy

IoT World Congress Children will die, companies will shout 'sue me then,' and you'll still be using Facebook

Beer, security by design and actual revenue: HPE shows off IoT offerings

IoT World Congress Modular Edge servers and augmented reality too

‘We have many IoT customers’ says Huawei CTO

IoT World Congress Czech 'em out

The IoT market will grow through cannibalisation, says Tech Mahindra

IoT World Congress Less blue-sky thinking, more 'is this profitable?' needed

Samsung ties Thread into two new IoT Artik chips

It's goodbye Artik 1 and hello Artik 7

ARM: Hold my beer, we'll install patches for your crappy IoT gear for you

ARM TechCon CPU designer touts cloud to push updates securely to all devices

Existing security standards are fine for IoT gizmos in electrical grids

IoT World Congress Why are you screaming and tearing your hair out?

Today the web was broken by countless hacked devices – your 60-second summary

Updated IoT gadgets flooded DNS biz Dyn to take down big name websites

Coming soon to smart home devices? Best Before labels – with patch cut-off dates

Upshot of US government meeting to tackle IoT security

IoT insecurity: US govt summons tech bosses, bashes heads together

Everyone agrees: Our group has the best solution for patching bugs

The Internet of Things is 'dangerous' but won't ride to the rescue

Suck it up, folks, you'll have to take responsibility for yourselves out there

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