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The need to know: IoT security

The need to know: IoT security

Welcome to the digital world, where cellphones hold your entire life in its database, tablets have become the new spiral notebooks, and contactless transactions make your day-to-day norms feel like futuristic experiences. The Internet of Things (IoT) has genuinely taken the cyberworld by storm, simplifying and connecting everything in its path.

Dogecoin: Everything you need to know about the cryptocurrency

Dogecoin: Everything you need to know about the cryptocurrency

We’re going to the moon.

The proponents of Dogecoin or DOGE, a cryptocurrency that started as a joke but is now one of the most popular coins around, would have you believe that the sentence above is all you need to know about Dogecoin.

Samsung's New Upcycling Program Allows You To Turn an Old Galaxy Phone Into a New IoT Device

Samsung’s New Upcycling Program Allows You To Turn an Old Galaxy Phone Into a New IoT Device

Usually, when a phone gets worn down, you recycle it or trade it in for a new one. But with its new upcycling program, Samsung is trying to help people convert old Galaxy phones into new IoT devices.

Home smart devices part of the 'Internet of things'

Home smart devices part of the ‘Internet of things’

“You will get to a point where you will never have to touch it,” said Rickey Jones, homeowner and and owner of MRJ Homes, about the smart thermostat he’s installed in his Keithville home. “Again, because it knows your routines schedules, all of that good stuff.”

The End Of The Internet Of Things Can’t Come Soon Enough

The End Of The Internet Of Things Can’t Come Soon Enough

“Today, I booted up, jacked in and went surfing on the information superhighway” is a phrase you probably haven’t heard for at least the last two decades in an unironic manner. The information superhighway — once the term to describe our digital, large-scale communications networks — feels so antiquated I can hear the haunting screech of an ancient 33.6k modem wailing as I write this. 

Nine Benefits of the IoT in the Logistics and Transportation Industry

Nine Benefits of the IoT in the Logistics and Transportation Industry

With breakthrough developments in information and connection technologies, a growing number of vehicles are now becoming a part of a shared and connected vehicular network. The biggest contribution in creating this vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) connection, however, has been made by the disruptive technologies of the Internet of Things (IoT). Such technologies not only create a connection between vehicles but also facilitate the development of a vehicle-to-everything (V2X) network that connects vehicles with infrastructures, pedestrians and vehicle-management systems.

Cybersecurity Threats: The Daunting Challenge Of Securing The Internet Of Things

Cybersecurity Threats: The Daunting Challenge Of Securing The Internet Of Things

The Internet of Things (IoT) broadly refers to devices and equipment that are readable, recognizable, locatable, addressable and/or controllable via the internet. This incorporates physical objects communicating with each other including machine to machine, and machine to people. It encompasses everything from edge computing devices to home appliances, from wearable technology to cars. IoT represents the melding of the physical world and the digital world.

Five Emerging Internet Of Things Trends For 2021

Five Emerging Internet Of Things Trends For 2021

2020 has proven to be a tumultuous year for everyone, and the technology industry is no different. Tech companies have scrambled to provide innovations that help us continue to function as a society given all the adjustments we’ve been forced to make.

Getting Past Cybersecurity In IoT Devices And Exploring Their Performance

Getting Past Cybersecurity In IoT Devices And Exploring Their Performance

Cybersecurity – A plethora of newspaper and digital articles and blogs continue to underscore one key aspect of cybersecurity: Criminals are invading our home IoT devices and spying on us, demanding ransom and destroying our privacy.

Battery-Free IoT: These Tiny Printable Computers Harvest Energy From Radio Waves

Battery-Free IoT: These Tiny Printable Computers Harvest Energy From Radio Waves

IoT – Imagine a printable computer the size of a postage stamp with RAM, ROM, onboard sensors, certified Bluetooth, an ARM CPU, flash memory, and secure communications that does not need a battery and harvests all required energy from ambient radio waves