Episode 44-- Weekly IoT News Update
IoT news for this week…
With the industrial IoT market expected to reach $14.2 trillion by 2030, CRN looked at the 10 hottest, channel-friendly IIoT startups that stand to benefit from the sector's growth.
Right now, the idea of voice computing is powerful, but still difficult to implement. Computers are good at understanding the words that we say, but not always great about ascribing meaning to them.
The House has passed the H.R. 6032, the SMART (State of Modern Application, Research, and Trends) IoT Act. The House passed by a voice vote, meaning there was not head count.
Japanese cybersecurity firm Trend Micro today published a report on the state of IoT security. The company found that two of the leading machine-to-machine (M2M) protocols have inherent design issues, and are frequently deployed in an insecure manner.
Cypress, the chip firm that purchased Broadcom’s Wi-Fi business back in 2016, has now purchased a startup that makes connecting devices to a home Wi-Fi network easier. Cypress said it has purchased Cirrent for an undisclosed sum. Cirrent’s, CEO Rob Conant told me the deal was all-cash, but declined to disclose how much Cypress paid.
Nearly three months after the Apple Watch 4 hardware launched, the software to support the wearable’s integrated electrocardiogram (ECG) feature is now available thanks to Apple’s watchOS 5.1.2 update.
For the past century, radio has been a one-size-fits-all medium. Turn on the radio and you’re dropped into a show at a moment in time—regardless of what you already know, where you are, or what you’re interested in.
Amazon’s cashierless checkout technology is now being tested for use in larger stores, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal on Sunday. The system, which involves an array of cameras to track shoppers’ purchases alongside weight sensors on shelves, has been rolling out this year to smaller convenience stores across the U.S. in markets including Seattle, Chicago, San Francisco and soon New York.
When it comes to how humans communicate with each other or with machines, voice is a major interface, with growth in the latter fuelled by the rise of artificial intelligence…
The rise in remote medicine will require more connected devices and raise questions about how patient data is shared.