Episode 39-- Weekly IoT News Update
This week, we take a look at an interesting moral dilemma – who should be killed in a “driverless” car crush? The driver, the passengers or the pedestrians? Also we will look at a few smart phone and telecommunication related articles.
If forced to choose, who should a self-driving car kill in an unavoidable crash?
LoRa Alliance™ Enhances LoRaWAN™ Protocol with New Specifications to Support Firmware Updates Over the Air
The LoRa Alliance™, the global association of companies backing the open LoRaWAN™ protocol for the Internet of Things (IoT) low-power wide-area networks (LPWANs), today announced public availability of three new specifications.
When Red revealed plans to produce a "holographic" smartphone 15 months ago it caught the industry by surprise.
Tado, the smart thermostat and AC control maker, has raised a further $50 million in funding from an array of noteworthy and strategic investors. Backing the Munich-headquartered company this time around is Amazon, E.ON, Total Energy Ventures, Energy Innovation Capital, Inven Capital, and the European Investment Bank.
Huawei has decided not to use the wearable-tech version of Android in its latest smartwatch, opting instead for an in-house operating system.
The US Copyright Office has ruled that consumers have a right to break the digital rights management on their connected cars, phones, tractors, etc. iso they can repair them.
Designer Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino, has published a new book about designing the smart home
In the last few weeks, several companies have announced plans to build IoT networks using satellites and a variety of networking technologies. For example, Amazon is working with Iridium to launch a …
FreeRTOS TCP/IP Stack Vulnerabilities Put A Wide Range of Devices at Risk of Compromise: From Smart Homes to Critical Infrastructure Systems
Researchers have found 13 vulnerabilities in popular embedded operating system FreeRTOS, including a few that affect the TCP/IP stack. The bugs could let an attacker access the device and grab data from memory...
Iridium Communications announced a partnership with Amazon Web Services this week, to develop a satellite-based network called CloudConnect for Internet of Things (IoT) applications.